Tag: Equipment

  • Paper


    When it comes to printing, paper is essential. It helps the print to come alive. The selection of paper and it’s contribution to the print has significantly changed in the digital workflows. If I remember the darkroom era, it was pretty much limited to finish characteristics (glossy, pearl, mat), a little bit tonality (warm/cold), graduation,…

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  • Some Thoughts on Generative AI

    Some Thoughts on Generative AI

    Artificial Intelligence has been and will continue to be a great topic for this decade and the decades to come. Machines learn how to create content that we perceive being of high – or lets say – adequate quality, much faster than any human being could create this content. The consequences are both frightening and…

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  • Mind Shift Rotation 180

    Mind Shift Rotation 180

    I have been using the Mind Shift Rotation Backpack for two years now and I have to say that I am very impressed. This backpack allows me to have significantly better access to my camera without making compromises in terms of comfort and long distance hiking. Being out with the kids very often, I can…

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  • What Cameras are About

    What Cameras are About

    I have used several cameras in the past decades. My first one was a Pentax Spotmatic, which I got passed on from my father, followed by a Yashika. I then bought the EOS 100 as first camera by my own money, got into digital with the EOS 30D, followed by the 50D and then the…

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  • Fujinon XF16 F1.4

    Fujinon XF16 F1.4

    I have been using this lens now for approximately three weeks during our last holiday in Dorset. My primary use is landscape and seascape photography on a Fuji X-T1. It is mostly used with small apertures (f16) to achieve highest depth of field. In a nutshell: This lens is amazing. The lens was used in…

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