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Fujifilm Classic Neg film simulation

Last year I watched a video from Big Head Taco aka. Take Kayo where he used the last covid-19 lockdown to shoot night photography from this car. He shot a lot with Classic Neg film simulation and it really inspired me to do the same this winter where we also had a lockdown in Denmark. […]

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Tiffen Black Pro-Mist filter for Photographers

Diffusion filters have become very common in video production, it gives you a less digital look and is almost considered a must own. I owned a Tiffen Black Pro-Mist filter for video recording for some time, but only recently started using it for photography. Winters are very grey and cold in Denmark, and this winter […]

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Why beauty matters (in photography)

I recently sold of some of my old camera gear, a guy came to picked it up and we had a long talk about photography. After talking with me for some time and showing each other our photos he said: Him: “Your photos are too nice.”Me: “I think we have different preferences, I enjoy the […]

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Fujifilm Sample Raw Files

This is a collection of raw file samples for all Fujifilm cameras I have owned. All photos are shot by me and are free to download and use (Creative Commons). I recommend using Capture One to get the most out of Fujifilm raw files. I will try to keep this updated when I test out […]

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Dji Mavic Pro 2 for photography

I have now owned the Dji Mavic 2 Pro drone for one year now and it’s time to make a review from a photographers point of view. I upgraded to it from the Dji Mavic Air and before that the Dji Phantom 3. Both of those drone where fun to try but lacked image quality. […]

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Sony A7R III

I decided to try out Sony’s full frame cameras after being a little disappointed with Fujifilm X-T3’s sensor that almost felt like a step back from the X-T2. I started doing more cityscape and landscape photos, and for that kind of subjects dynamic range, sharpness and image noise matters. Note: later I figured out how […]

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Fujifilm tips & tricks

Always use base iso for critical dynamic range situations: This might be obvious for most people but a lot of Fujifilm photographers (including myself) have been in doubt about this because of the “Dynamic Range feature (100%, 200%, 400%) on Fujifilm cameras. This feature claims better dynamic range when increasing iso to 400 or 800, […]

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Mini reviews of all Fujifilm X camera gear used

I’ve been using Fujifilm X cameras for the last 5 years and it’s time to sum up what’s the best gear I’ve used. This is a list of all the cameras, lenses and accessories based on my own unscientific experiences, so don’t kill me if you disagree. It’s highly based on personal preferences (smaller is […]

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