We’re expecting a girl in late June and are super excited about it!
Beautiful sunset seen as we were driving home from our cabin. Had to pull over to take a few photos. Straight out of the amazing Fuji X100.
Went out today to shoot some more car photos. Because it was raining I decided to find somewhere indoors. In Nydalen I found an empty parking garage with these bright green columns, where I could mess around without being disturbed.
8 exposure composite shot with my D90 and lit by a single SB-900.
After cleaning and changing tires on the car yesterday I decided to venture into the world of flash car photography. Pretty pleased with the result.
Working with a single SB-900, I had to composite several photos in order to light the entire car. I used a high shutter speed to cut out ambient light, leaving only the reflections of the flash. The hardest part was placement of the flash. You want to highlight the lines of the car, without getting the reflection of the umbrella. But after trying for a while I got the hang of it. As the law of reflection states: ”the angle of incidence equals the angle of reflection”
I can state with confidence that this is my favorite camera I have ever owned. Period. End of story. Done. Best. Camera. EVAR. OMG. Etc.
I recently replaced my Leica M8.2 (which I sold in January) with the Fuji X100. I’ll post some thought about it and photos I’ve taken when I get the time to do a writeup, but in the meantime read Zack Arias’s review.
At the Nighthawk Diner with friends. Probably the most authentic diner outside the US. Good food and decent selection of beers. Today I’m having Fyr og Flamme from Haandbryggeriet, a very good IPA based on De Molen Brouwerij Vuur & Vlam as far as I know.
Looking through my photo library I realized there are so many photos I like, but have never shared with people. So from now on I will post some of them on my blog.
First one is from from the annual Hubba Bubba Gubba party last summer. It’s always one of the best parties of the year and usually we keep it going till the sun comes up.
A triptych from a visit to Copenhagen with my girlfriend this spring. The restaurant was called Umami and the food was great!