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  • A study in Black and White: one year with a Leica M Monochrom

    This is the last part of my “review” of the M Monochrom. These are my previous articles on this camera (with many example images): Leica M Monochrom – a real life review, part one. Leica M Monochrom – a real life review, part two. Leica M Monochrom – performing recovery on my exposure mistakes. Leica…

  • This is your life

    Inspiration and the meaning of life can be found anywhere. Even on brick walls in alleys. This is your life and it’s ending one minute at the time… Unless you enjoy every minute until the end. Kudos to whoever put it up on the wall. © Børge Indergaard 2013. All rights reserved. Captured during April…

  • Including or excluding people in your pictures

    I assume that many people who view this picture will say something like “If only those people weren’t in the picture!”. Am I right? I would say the same a few years ago. People were disturbing. They were always in the way of my perfect shots. I found many great locations but people was always…

  • My journey with a color camera

    I had the opportunity to loan a Leica M9-P color camera for a few weeks recently and I was excited to be able to capture some color again. My own camera that I have been using for about eight months only captures luminance and tones and it is not capable of recording any color information…

  • The social media trap

    Facebook Google Plus Twitter Flickr 500px Pinterest DeviantArt Pixoto Linkedin StumbleUpon Digg Reddit Tumblr WordPress del.icio.us Scoop.it + some forgotten one’s. If you’re like me you probably get fed up by only looking at that list. Being a passionate photographer and blogger / person that likes the idea of social media is a lot of…

  • Organizing a photo library: a source of inspiration

    I usually sort and organize my Adobe Lightroom catalog a few times a year since it tends to get messy after a while. There’s always lots of photographs to delete (test shots, out-of-focus shots, jpeg files, etc). But starting this process is always a pain that’s delayed until it starts to become a big job. I…