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  • 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…

  • Leica M Monochrom and color filters

    The pictures were taken in Fosen at various places during daylight a while ago. Since we had daylight this was a perfect chance to try the yellow, orange and red filters that I received about a month ago. I have no experience with color filters previously, so this was the first time I tried them…

  • Staying inspired

    My inspiration and creativity for photography has lately been almost non-existent. The reasons are pretty simple: It is the darkest period of the year where I live and it is pitch dark in the mornings when I start working and also when I am done at work. It’s also very cold, and going out to…

  • Leica M Monochrom – performing recovery on my exposure mistakes

    A few nights ago I was doing some long-exposure work with my camera, and I had manually set the ISO setting to its lowest setting (a fairly high value of 320 compared to other cameras). I usually use Auto-ISO on my camera, or manually set my ISO pretty high (800-6400). Yesterday I decided to go…