Fujifilm X-T3 Review – Next generation X

In the midst of more camera companies stepping up and entering the mirrorless camera market with full frame cameras galore, Fujifilm is launching its next generation APS-C. And make no mistake, the X-T3 is indeed next generation APS-C mirrorless.   The debacle will be inevitable. Should I go “full-frame” or stick with APS-C or even…

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The Fujifilm X-H1 review – Technicalitus Maximus

Here we go again. With what has apparently become “my thing” in Fujifilm circles. Today I get to write about the new Fujifilm X-H1 APS-C camera. What I think is great about it, and what is not so great about it. This camera is all about the technicalities, so if you’re not into that sort…

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Iceland – Monochromatic

This post has been stirring with me for a while. Reasons are multiple, but mainly it has been because of the timing of things. It’s no longer a secret that I have been testing the new Fujifilm X-T2 since mid april. As part of my testing I took the camera with me to Iceland on a…

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Parading Bull – The Fujifilm X-T2 Review

On January 15th 2016, Fujifilm launched the X-Pro2 as the long awaited successor to the X-Pro1. It was everything I had been waiting for, and so much more. As I wrote in my review back then, the X-Pro2 feels like a huge upgrade from the X-Pro1, but merely an evolution from the X-T1. Until the…

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Acros – Again!

It seems like everyone who has been fortunate enough to be using the X-Pro2 during the last months all sing along to the same tune. The ACROS tune! As I wrote in my review of the X-Pro2 back in January I am also a member of the ACROS sing-a-long choir of believers. I instantly fell in…

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The Fujifilm X-Pro2 review

Never in my time as a photographer have I encountered the amount of anticipation and general hype surrounding a camera release as is the case with the Fujifilm X-Pro2. We, the Fujifilm users, have been waiting, and waiting, and waiting. But as of today. No more. It’s finally here. So almost 4 years on from the original…

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July 365

the365.squarespace.com That special month every year. That special month where we as a family join forces to be just that: A family. Vacation time is family time. Geography and location is reduced to mere diminished factors. Not important! As long as we’re together. July ’14 was spent at home, in our new house, but this…

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Paris Outre

Sorry for being so absent on the blog. I have been insanely busy since returning from holidays, so things just sort of stacked up. From the month of July and August I have a combined lot of 2000+ images. This just goes to testify that we LIVED this summer. We went, we saw, we lived!…

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Parc Disney

A magical place. Home of fairytales. – But also home of grande tourism! I was a tourist, a father, a visitor. A participant in this big circus. Yet more, an observer. These are mixed observations. X100T + X-T1/XF56

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Annemarie & Jens

Last weekend I had the distinct pleasure of capturing the wedding of Jens & Annemarie. It was a fantastic day, and the couple shined. We had some rain during the afternoon, but nothing major. Yet again my setup was all Fujifilm cameras. XF16mm, XF35mm, XF56mm. And an X100T for the reception/party. I made some quick-prints…

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Lifestyle photographer

I often get asked the question “What is your primary photographic disciplin?” – Always a bit hesitant to answer, I mostly end up saying something like this “Well, I don’t have any specific favourite disciplin. I just like to take and make pictures. But if I had to choose I would say Street-photography” – The problem…

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May 365

I know. I’m quite a bit late for the May monthly sum-up of my 365 project. http://the365.squarespace.com Reasons for this are multiple, but I can boil it down to one thing. I’m simply too busy with too many things. I have tried sorting out things that I felt could wait, the monthly 365 sum-up being…

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