Croatia

We spent our summer vacation in sunny Croatia. I had heard from friends and acquaintances that it was a gorgeous place to visit. So we decided that this year we would head that way this summer. So we did. We drove 2000 km from Århus, Denmark to Biograd, Croatia near Zadar and Split. The kids…

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Fujifilm X-T100 Review – Quality on a budget

Here we go again. These Fujifilm camera first look reviews has become quite the theme for me, apparently. I do wish that I would get more time to update the blog with other stuff than Fujifilm releasing a new camera, but it’s just the way my life is at the moment. I’m shooting more and…

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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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Life and the lens

It’s the same thing every year. Around this time I take a look at the blog and go – “Why have I not written any posts lately!?” – And the answer is just about the same as always. I. Have. Been. Insanely. Busy. With. Life. As is getting customary on this plain little writing-field of…

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The conundrum of my photographic identity

It’s very upbeat and in-time to write about your personal issues correlated to your art form. I’ve read so many of these posts from various artists that I get quite suspicious as to the reasoning behind said posts. I always suspected alterior, sales-oriented motifs. That is until I started writing them myself. I could suddenly…

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Solace

Many things happen around us. At all times, life happens. I have had some extremely busy weeks lately. Months even. Buying into my own clinic and finally settling as a G.P. has been one of those life-changing events in line with getting married or having children. On top of that, the Fujifilm phenomenon has entered…

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Rhodes

The week leading up to Photokina back in september I had a family vacation to Rhodes, Greece. A typical family hangout with plenty of food, drinks and cosy times by the pool. It was a much needed break from everything I had going on. At the time I had yet to experience the Photokina spectacle,…

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Tidbits of 23 – and a countdown

Still not a review. I’m gearing up. Getting ready for Photokina 2016 where I will be speaking at the Fujifilm Live Stage. I will be speaking about my photography. How I see the world. Not really street, not really lifestyle. Just in between. The importance of wearing your camera. That sort of thing. I’m nervous,…

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Prc Dsny

A reprise. A visit back in time. Exactly one year ago. Here we are again. Nothing changed. It’s all still caricature. Still, it’s perfect. In all its being. Again. Disneyland Paris – X-T2 and X-Pro2

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Weekend state of mind

This past week has been crazy. On so many levels. Last friday Fujifilm finally had the embargo lifted on the X-Pro2 and X70 among other things. This meant that I could finally scream out to the world how amazing these two cameras really are. And I got a chance to scream it out to A…

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Winter in thirds

Winter in Denmark is hard for a photographer. Light is absent, and the sparse rays of sun seems instantly relieved by early onset dark hours. Dark skies prevail, while not really delivering the snow that would put smiles on the faces of young as well as old beings. Mostly a mash of grey and rain.…

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Anight

I just feel so thankful of what I have been given. I sit here in the harsh shadow cast from the znightlamps and observe my little family. My daughters, my son, my wife. I feel so utterly blessed and lucky. Trying to capture these fleeing moments aren’t easy when you also want to live them.…

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