My Experiences With the Leica M System

A while back I was curios about how it's like to operate a true rangefinder camera. I am shooting a lot with my Fujifilm X100T and I love this camera. It has the ideal form factor and focal length for me. But there's a lot on this camera which don't care about and I always… Continue reading My Experiences With the Leica M System

My Gear History (Illustrated With Examples of Cat Images)

My photographic journey started in 2004 with my first digital camera, an Olympus C725UZ, the UZ stands for Ultra Zoom, and yes, with its eight times optical zoom it zoomed ultraly (if that's a real word). Until 2010 this was my go-to camera, and my only camera. It took quiet a lot of travel photos,… Continue reading My Gear History (Illustrated With Examples of Cat Images)

Pictorialism—Or is Photography Art?

This question came up with pictorialism around the early 20th century, when Alfred Stieglitz established a group called the Photo-Secession. In this group Stieglitz was advancing and promoting pictorial photographers like Gertrude Käsebier, Eva Watson-Schütze, Alvin Langdon Coburn, Edward Steichen, and Joseph Keiley. The idea of the pictorialists, as they called them, was to create… Continue reading Pictorialism—Or is Photography Art?

Honorable Mention for Johannisberg

My image "Johannisberg" got an Honorable Mention in the Monochrome Photography Awards 2017. There were 8,942 submissions from 87 countries, so I'm a little proud that this image was selected for an Honorable Mention. Sure it's not under the first three, but it's a motivation. And if you look at the images of the other… Continue reading Honorable Mention for Johannisberg