#40 Me, my camera and my bike Part 1

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The most uncool bike rider shot, Fujifilm X-T2 and 18-55/2.8-4

Today I went for a cup of coffe in a nearby café with my bike and camera. The summer is back, after a couple of days of gray weather. Not that the rain is not needed – it really is. But the sun makes riding a bike much more enjoyable. With me on the trip today was my Fuji X-T2. I haven’t shot pictures of my self riding my bike since the nineties (!), but I thought this was the day to do it again. Saw a cool picture of a guy riding a bike on fujilove.com the other day. My picture and I have about 5% of the coolness…

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A static bike picture, Fujifilm X-T2 and 18-55/2.8-4

It is so much easier to take static pictures of the bike in different places – but how fun is that? Really boring. This summer I will try and find a way to take cool pictures of me riding my bike in nice places. I have some ideas that I will try out. For example I must use a proper tripod – not the mini tripod I used today. I think that the interval-timer can be a good way of taking the picture. The important thing is to have a fast shutter speed – otherwise it will be unsharp. It is so much easier to take cool pictures when you get to hold the camera yourself.

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Väderstad Café, Fujifilm X-T2 and 18-55/2.8-4

Well – the coffee was good, as always at Väderstad Café. I had a nice danish too. Now, as the sun is warming up the air, it is getting to hot to make more photo sessions. I will make a new try another day…

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