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  • What photography gives and takes

    I very often find myself going back and forth between photography and “the real world” as I call it. For me, photography is often an escape from reality. It’s something that’s more meaningful than regular everyday things. It’s history in the making. It’s history being made. It’s the act of creating something meaningful. Not for the…

  • Re-visiting the Fujifilm X100T

    The initial X100T review I did can be found here: http://indergaard.net/2015/01/05/fujifilm-x100t-review/ It’s almost been a year since I initially purchased a new black Fujifilm X100T and the two conversion lenses (WCL-X100 and TCL-X100). I only had that camera for about two months. I purchased it to test it out, and I was quite surprised how much…

  • Selfie on HP5+ taken with a Leica MP and 35 Summilux FLE

    New website

    Selfie on Ilford HP5+ 400 film. In the past months I’ve been working on moving my blog from a WordPress.com (hosted) to a WordPress.org (self-hosted) platform. As of today, that switch has been done. This also means that I’ve changed the layout and design somewhat. I’ve still tried to keep the design clean and simple,…

  • A life without social media

    So, the time has come. In the last year I’ve been growing more and more tired of social media, and recently I deleted or deactivated the two remaining major social media networks. In total, over the last year, I have deleted or deactivated the following services: 500px EyeEm Klout Pinterest Google+ DeviantArt Facebook Instagram Foursquare Reddit Snapchat Tumblr…

  • The very late Leica M Typ 240 review

    I purchased a Leica M Typ 240 new on the 18th of October, 2013. This review, or rather – user experience of this camera will be based on almost two years of owning two M240’s. I wasn’t lucky with my example of this camera, as it required several recalibration at Leica’s service center in Germany…

  • Fujifilm X100T review

    This review will be focusing more on real-world usage of the camera than the technical specifications and pixel-peeping of images. I will mostly focus on the upgrades over the previous X100S model. All the images in this article were made with a X100T production model with the 1.00 firmware. Some of the images are out…