Tokyo – five

This is the last of my five posts in my little Japan-memoirs-series.  Part 1: Tokyo-one Part 2: Tokyo-two Part 3: Tokyo-three-Kyoto Part 4: Tokyo-four After Friday nights extravaganza at the karaoke bar and on the dancefloor, saturday morning was not an easy one to get through. It was also the day where I had to…

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Tokyo – four

This is the fourth of five posts in my little Japan-memoirs-series.  Part 1: Tokyo-one Part 2: Tokyo-two Part 3: Tokyo-three-Kyoto Part 5: Tokyo-five Waking up in Tokyo that friday morning, I realised that today I was going to be literally lost in translation. The swedish delegation had gone home earlier that morning, the amazing tourguide…

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Tokyo – three – Kyoto

This is the third of five posts in my little Japan-memoirs-series.  Part 1: Tokyo-one Part 2: Tokyo-two Part 4: Tokyo-four Part 5: Tokyo-five Part three of this series isn’t really so much about Tokyo as it is about its anagram city Kyoto. For day three we had an arranged trip to the city of Kyoto.…

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Tokyo – two

This is the second of five posts in my little Japan-memoirs-series.  Part 1: Tokyo-one Part 3: Tokyo-three-Kyoto Part 4: Tokyo-four Part 5: Tokyo-five You know that feeling when you wake up, and you briefly think that you’re at home in your own bed needing to get up and get ready for work, but then you…

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Tokyo – one

This is the first of five posts in my little Japan-memoirs-series.  Part 2: Tokyo-two Part 3: Tokyo-three-Kyoto Part 4: Tokyo-four Part 5: Tokyo-five It’s been 10 days. 10 days since I returned home from what has been a big mark on my bucket list for quite some years now. Ever since I started getting involved…

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Fujifilm GFX 50R Review – Digital Medium Format Heritage

“A lot of times, people don’t know what they want until you show it to them.” I’ve always admired this quote by the late Apple founder Steve Jobs. He was a true visionary, and left a huge mark on the world and how we live in it today. The camera that Fujifilm announced today is…

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Wide Wednesday

I had an hour to kill this afternoon. I brought my Hasselblad XPan equipped with the 45mm f/4 loaded it with a roll of Fujifilm Superia 400. What I found so utterly fascination with this camera and more important, its format, is how well you can tell stories, just by framing. I might never go back.…

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Different Results – A look at/through the X-Pan

From my last post, it’s no secret that I bought a Hasselblad X-Pan camera. They’re as expensive as they are unique, but I got a great deal from oneofmanycameras.com. I have been shooting n increasing amount of analogue content in 2017, and I’m still debating with myself whether or not I should do a dedicated…

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Fujifilm GF 45mm f/2.8 review – Medium format reportage

Announced almost a year ago at Photokina 2016 the Fujinon GF 45mm f/2.8 R WR completes the “second wave” triplet of GF lenses (together with the GF110mm and GF23mm) for the medium format GFX system. In total there’s now 6 lenses available for the system. The GF45mm f/2.8 is equivalent to the 35mm FOV in…

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Minolta X Fujifilm

It was almost like a revelation. Like something that I really didn’t think could ever be possible. I first got a whiff of what was coming on a facebook forum committed to all things Fujifilm GFX. There were a lot of first movers from Hong Kong that had access to fast luxury glass, and prototype…

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Delibrate candour

I seem to be on a blogging spree these past couple of weeks. I really don’t know why, but mainly I think it’s because I’m in a good place. A happy place. It has been brought to my attention quite often that people like to read these blogposts that include a little bit of personal…

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