Number 17

It was just brought to my attention that feedspot rated my blog at number 17 of 75 of the top 75 blogs and sites for Streetphotographers. Apparently they used google ratings, social media interactions etc etc. I have no idea how they calculated this result, but I like it 😀 When all this is said…

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The Wallow

I read an article the other day. It was by someone, who once again, tried to force his own definition of “good street photography” over the gullible masses. Or, thats really not what he did. He didn’t construct his vision of good street photography, he basically just wrote what he thought was shitty street photography.…

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Tourists and Residents

This easter we wanted to show the kids our countrys capitol. While both my wife and I have been there many times over the years, I cannot say the same for the children. So we decided to take a mini-break and play national tourists. Copenhagen is marvellous. A 3 hour drive from Aarhus makes it…

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X-Pro2 – Vintage’d

Since joining the Fujifilm mirrorless eco-system, one of the things I’ve enjoyed most is using vintage manual focus lenses on the system. The amount of affordable, yet good performing, lenses out there is staggering. Not only are most of these old lenses cheap, but they also add a ton of character to the images that…

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The Canon 50mm f/1.4 LTM review

Ever since investing some of my hard earned money in some Leica gear, I of course started researching good lenses for the system. Knowing that native Leica lenses are sublime, they are also wickedly expensive, so I tried to widen my horizon and look beyond the german wonders. One name kept popping up when researching fast…

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3 Days Graced

Work started again, and I’m thrilled about it. I love what I do. Being able to practice medicine is such a privilege that I treasure every day. A big part of being a practitioner, is needing to keep up with the latest knowledge of medical- as well as health administrative tasks. – Conferences and courses.…

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March 365

Another month came and went, and with it my last period of paternity leave. I was fortunate to have 2 full months of quality time with my son. This has of course made the process of  taking pictures everyday a whole lot easier than if I was to cater to my nine-to-five everyday. We went…

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Ze Razor – A Leica Summicron-M 90mm f/2 review

Them Germans! They sure know how to craft some decent quality glass. And by decent I mean “holy sh** this glass is nice!” As I’m sure most of you know this german quality of craft from the hands of Leica doesn’t exactly come cheap, but every once in a while you luck out, and something presents…

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