Mitakon 65mm f/1.4 for GFX review

So here we are yet again. It doesn’t seem like a long time ago that I reviewed the Mitakon 35mm f0.95 mk2. But then again it is. It is also a long time ago that we first saw the initial prototype presented of the 65...

Croatia

We spent our summer vacation in sunny Croatia. I had heard from friends and acquaintances that it was a gorgeous place to visit. So we decided that this year we would head that way this summer. So we did. We drove 2000 km from Århus,...

Fujinon XF8-16mm f/2.8 mini review – A wider shade of Fujifilm

Just when I thought I’d get around to posting more personal work stuff in between reviews, the time flew by, and Fujifilm decided to release not just one, but two amazing new lenses into the wild. So yet again, I’m bound by this desire to...

Fujinon XF200mm f/2 mini review – The Crown jewel of X

Fujifilm made sure to announce lenses at both ends of focal length spectrum today. (You can find my mini-review of the XF8-16mm f/2.8 R LM WR here) – And boy have I been blown away by both of these lenses. I’ve had very limited time...

Pic(k) of the week 25: DARK CLOUDS OVER VAL D’ORCIA, TUSCANY

As stated in my last Pic(k), I had a great time touring around Tuscany on photography tour end of May. While I did a fair bit of classic Travel and Street photography (with the Fujifilm X-T100, review here), the main purpose of the trip was shooting...

Minimalism in Photography

Sometimes I think about how to implement the minimalism philosophy in my photography style, following the "less is more" principle. But I don't want to follow this path, just because I have read about it, or it might be a fashion in almost everything we...

Fujifilm X-Pro2 Color Profile Camera Settings

In the era of the digital cameras, where things are so much easier (and sometimes more complicated, too), we have the chance to configure the digital camera, in my case, a Fujifilm X-Pro2, so the settings we make can offer us consistency, speed and comfort...

Here comes the sun – a guide to photographing sunbeams

By Chris Upton Photography is all about the light and, as landscape photographers, we are constantly searching for the most interesting and evocative lighting conditions. Without it our pictures can be dull and lacklustre but when Mother Nature performs her magic, the landscape is transformed enabling...