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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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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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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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Fotodiox Rhinocam Review

Do you wan’t to get higher resolution than medium format with your normal aps-c or full frame camera? Fotodiox Rhinocam let’s you do just that for small money.¬†With the Rhinocam you can adapt medium format lenses on your camera, you move your camera around on the adapter taking up to 8 photos, later you stitch […]

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Fringer’s Canon EF to Fujifilm X smart adapter

This is a short review of the Fringer Canon EF to Fujifilm X lens adapter, a so called smart adapter meaning it let’s you use auto focus with Canon lenses on your Fujifilm X camera. Smart adapter’s for Canon lenses have been available some time now for Sony cameras but this is the first for the […]

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Autumn in Christianshavn, Copenhagen, with the XF 56mm f1.2

Fujifilm XF 56mm f1.2 vs. Fujifilm XF 50mm f2.0

There are a lot of comparisons out there of these two lenses and for a good reasons. They both have pros and cons and both are awesome lenses in each their way. I’ve had them both for quite some time and have written this comparison. Size and stealth factor, XF 50mm f2 wins: It’s small […]

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