Years then hours

Spring really grasped suburbian Denmark today. Well… it really has had a firm grip this easter. Cold nights, but warm and cosy spring days. Classic feeling of silent sunny luminance on my face.  -then silence was broken. Tearing down 30+ years of natures growth. But it needed doing. On this sunny spring day. X-T1 XF35mm…

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…

I/O

Input/Output. Simple relation. Yet complex. Feed one, harvest the other. Or in reverse. Do things that makes you happy. Then harvest that happiness. When you invest you will reap. Input – XT-1 14mm and 35mm Output – X-T1 – 14mm

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17 varying colors of monochromatic origin. No order nor cifre. Grey certainly is the word. X100T and X-T1

Rikenon 55mm f/1.2 review

Vintage lens review time! Some weeks ago I was browsing the classifieds as I regularly do, in search of good ol’ photography gold. My search never really broadens enough to include the word “Ricoh” but on this particular day I wanted to see what the going rate for the Ricoh GR was. What popped up…

13 x 1 x 2

Today I had my first day of 60 days of paternity leave. Being fortunate enough to have 3 children grace my life is something that I can never put into words how much I love. Its simply my raison d’etre. This third time around I decided to take paternity leave for a couple of months. I actually…

THX2701

But friendship is precious, not only in the shade, but in the sunshine of life, and thanks to a benevolent arrangement the greater part of life is sunshine. – Thomas Jefferson X-T1 – 23mm f/1.4

Mo-men

November is almost to a halt. With it goes this years “mens-health awareness” campaign. The Mo-vember movement is about to end. I decided to place some photographic focus on men with beards this month. As silly as it might seem, the effect of such an awareness campaign is not to be disputed. All of the…

That Classic Feeling – Classic Chrome

One of the features that I looked forward to trying in the new batch of Fujifilm cameras was indeed the new film simulation “Classic Chrome”. It offers a very natural color palette. It has that feeling comparable to a very elegant lady in the room at a party. Her makeup is subtle, stringent, yet noticeable….

Graphite Silver: My X-T1 review part 2b

(Click for Part 1 & Part 2 of the extensive X-T1 review) Sorry for dragging my review of the X-T1 in the long. The reasons herefore are multiple. When Fujifilm annouched the Graphite Silver version of this magnificent camera, I was smitten! The thing just looked amazing. As a sucker for pretty thing I decided to put my “old”…

Who Killed Bambi

Tracking the killer through the streets. Escaping the crime scene without a trace. Suspects and Subjects galore. X100s and X-T1 w/35mm f/1.4

Traditional Import

Halloween. Apparently this tradition has spread to the danish communities. Especially the schools and kindergardens are having a blast. For obvious reasons, everything happens after dark. Hi-ISO, Low-shutter fun. X-Pro1 and X-T1