Author: Thomas

Just a guy who likes to take photos and dreams about publishing books.

Summer mountain pastures

Last weekend we went to my family’s cabin in the mountains, in a place called Øyfjell. I had great expectations for this trip because I was finally going…

Falkenuten

On the second day of our trip to the cabin, we took a trip to Falkenuten, a nice walk with a great view on the top. The trail…

On the road / Waterfalls – Bergen to Skien

After a slow stay, mostly inside, in Bergen, we decided to drive straight from Bergen to Skien. It’s about 6-8 hours drive, depending on traffic, ferries, etc. But…

Bergen – We hardly knew ‘ya.

Ok, what can I say; Bergen did everything in its power to make us feel crappy. Even though the weather had been varied so far, to say the…

Åkrehamn at Karmøy – one of the finest beaches in Norway

After Stavanger, we left for Karmøy, Åkrehamn to be specific. Åkrehamn was named The Most Beautiful Beach of Norway, back in 2014. We stayed in a small house…

Stavanger – Norwegian street photo.

Our holiday in 2020 took us to the west coast of Norway, called Vest-landet to us Norwegians. After we went to Lindesnes Fyr, we drove to a city…

Lindesnes Lighthouse – Armed with a superzoom and difficult 24mm

Lindesnes fyr (fyr being Norwegian for lighthouse) is the southernmost point of Norway and a very popular tourist attraction. PS! You can click on each photo to view…

In case of emergency and how to avoid it – the story of a suddenly blank memory card

The cover photo was taken with the X-T3 and the Fujinon 56mm f/1.2. Last weekend we went to my parents’ RV. I brought my gear but didn’t take…

Fujinon 18-135mm : The holiday lens.

This is a review, or perhaps more of a practical, first impression, non-technical summary using the Fujinon 18-135mm f/3.5-5.6 R LM OIS lens on holiday. Reviews and further…

Birthday celebration & triggering creativity

My beautiful wife wanted to go to a tourist attraction called Mølen for her birthday. She loves the ocean and finds this place very soothing. We brought the…

I want to ride my bicycle, I want to ride my bike

As a long time Queen fan and a huge fan of my electric bike, I think the title of the post is fitting for one of my more…

Flyfishing & a zoom lens

My father has recently been very into flyfishing. It’s been a lifelong dream of his and the Covid-19 quarantine gave him the chance to really dive into it….

Capture One – a review of sorts & comparison to Lightroom

Introduction I use Capture One 20 to edit all my photos, both my old ones taken with Nikon D70, Nikon D90, Panasonic G7/GH5 and Sony A7II and glorious…

Fuji Film Simulations – Why shoot Jpegs & RAW

Introduction One of the things that some Fuji shooters love is the Fuji film simulations included in the Fuji cameras. Remember that Fuji was originally a company producing…

Disclaimer

I just need to say this: I’m not a professional – I’ve got a day job and photography, writing and cooking are just my hobbies. I’m doing this…

Portrait session using the Godox TT350F speedlight

When I sold off all my video gear and focused on photography I didn’t decide on a special style or type of photos I wanted to create from…

Gdansk, the fall of 2019.

A few weeks back we decided to take a quick trip to Gdansk, Poland. I had high hopes of getting some great street photos, still inspired by our…

Malaga – The Summer of 2019

Some photos from our time in Malaga this year. The beginning of my Fujifilm Experience This was my first vacation with my newly acquired Fuji cameras. We brought…

Re-opening of Kjølnes Skatepark

I took some photos at the re-opening of our local outdoor skatepark at Kjølnes, Porsgrunn. The mayor of Porsgrunn was present to cut the ribbon and officially open…

Opening of “Hall of Fame” – a legal grafitti wall in Skien

Some photos from the opening of the legal grafitti wall in Skien, including the writers, their pieces and some of the music performers. We also got some performances…

My photographic journey and why Fujifilm?

My photographic journey, up til 2019.