This is the first of a series of posts in which I’ll introduce some of the best parts of town for street photography. Sort of a travel guide for street photographers. And I’ll be starting with the most iconic and perhaps also the most shot district of them all -- ShinjukuRead More
One of the most common questions I get from people when they learn that I’m a photographer is one of a few variants of the “What camera should I buy”-question. My constant answer to that question somehow often seem to come as a surprise.Read More
This camera was released in the spring of 2014. I picked one up for several reasons – I needed a small and pocketable camera that could deliver photos with a quality that made them usable for work (Newspaper print & web) in a pinch. At the time when it was announced I was also planning to start a small video project. The high video quality of the mk3 that DPreview called "a game-changer" even when compared to full-frame cameras, was also a strong selling point. On top of that the bright lens and the pop up EVF was also two factors that made me buy it, despite the somewhat hefty price tag.Read More
The Sony DSC-RX1 became the worlds smallest full-frame camera when it was released in 2012. Does its 24 megapixel sensor and fixed 35mm F2.0 zeiss-lens still hold up, five years later? To find out, I packed this camera and set off on a trip to the Italian Riviera.Read More
Hi and welcome to my new blog.
The focus will be on the two things I'm the most passionate about – photography and travel, and the combination of the two. Don't be surprised if a large portion of the posts will be quite focused on Japan, as that's where I spend a large portion of my time.
I hope you will find some of the things I write to be useful. If you have some feedback, idea or suggestion, I would appreciate if you leave a comment down below.
Thanks for stopping by!