Tag: CV 15/4.5 V3

  • The Leica CL works perfectly fine as a pro tool

    The Leica CL works perfectly fine as a pro tool

    This summer I visited my parents in Sweden and decided to bring my gravel bike (a road bike with disc brakes and a slightly different geometry that allows for bigger tyres). After my first day  I realized the riding over there was that much fun that I wanted to pitch a story for a cycling […]

  • Almost home again

    Almost home again

    There has been less articles and reviews in the last few months than you are used to. In two weeks, we’ll be home again and I’ll start working on new Leica oriented content. While you wait for this, please enjoy this 16 second exposure of my tent in the middle of Rogen, one of the […]

  • Among ferns

    Among ferns

    We have seen a lot of fjell area in both Sweden and Norway: harsh, barren country where vegetation is limited to slow growing small plants. But here, on the Padjelantaleden we suddenly came across some kind of outburst of ferns. Lovely. Oh, and the Leica M9… the way the sensor renders colour and details. It […]

  • Why saving weight isn’t always a good idea

    Why saving weight isn’t always a good idea

    Last week we made a trip through Rondane, a beautiful national park in Norway. While in our canoe, weight is not the most important thing, on a hike it is. In order to save some weight we decided to bring one camera for filming and photography, so we took the Sony A7S and a few […]

  • Why the Voigtländer 15/4.5 V3 is such a great lens

    Why the Voigtländer 15/4.5 V3 is such a great lens

    It took me a long time to figure out which gear I’d bring on my six months adventure through Scandinavia. Most of the time we’d be paddling. And shooting from a canoe is a hard thing to do. Not because it’s a technical challenge, but moreover because the position you can take as a photographer […]

  • Time for a change

    Time for a change

    I’ve worked a lot the last few years. I’ve covered many weddings and other events. And I’m happy to see an increase in the number of workshops that I give. I love my work, absolutely, but one year ago I started planning for something else… The next sixt months my wife Anita and I will […]