Swiss Wallpapers

I have recently been on a trip to Luzern, Switzerland to do recordings for the upcoming FUJILOVE 99 video course. – Much more about this in a later post.  The last time I visited Switzerland was around 30 years ago, so it was about time! The place was beyond what my words are capable of…

Icelandic inclusion – The Fujinon GF 23mm f/4 Review

In the year 2017 four Danish friends set out to revisit the cradle of the nordics. The land of the Norse mythology. The Epic land of Thor, land of Odin…. land of extremely complicated names like Eyjafjallajökull! They had been on the trip before. They had already experienced what Iceland had to offer. What majestic landscapes that…

The Separator – The Fujinon GF 110mm f/2 review

For many Fujifilm GFX owners and future buyers, the Fujinon GF110mm f/2 must be one of those lenses that you must own at some point. Just like the Takumar 105mm f/2.4 for the Pentax 6×7 or the Hasselblad HC100mm f/2.2 for the Hasselblad H-system, the GF110mmf/2 seems to be one of those lenses that is…

Deliberate downscale

I just returned from a great trip to Iceland. Some of you might remember that I had a trip last year as well. I posted my black and white impressions from the country in this post. Back then I also did epic color shots. The ones that you need to take when you’re out travelling….

A.B.S.T.

It doesn’t always have to be purposeful. Sometimes it just needs to be. Need to exist. This is my way back to my core creative.  X-pro1 – XF50mm f/2R WR

Fujifilm X100F Review – Fantastic Fourth

It seems like only yesterday that I was sitting in front of the laptop writing the draft of what would eventually be my first look at the X-Pro2. Prior to that had been two hectic months filled with photographic inspiration. There was no doubt in my mind back then, that Fujifilm had created a masterpiece of a…

The Fujifilm GFX 50S Review – Portable Beast

There had been speculations for many months. Heck, even years prior to the reveal back at Photokina in 2016, there had been ramblings about a mirrorless medium format system from Fujifilm. Hasselblad took the early bird and introduced their iteration of a mirrorless medium format during summer of 2016. During the past 5 months I…

Horisontal Solitude

Is this thing on? I’m very sorry for the lack of updates to the site this last month and a half. It’s not that I havn’t picked up the laptop, opened up a fresh tab and punched in the URL of the site. Cause I have. More than once. But I am a bit indecisive…

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,…

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,…

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…

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…