#55 Updated camera gear for sports

Football with the X-T2 and 55-200 zoom My kids are notourious sports freaks – I have written about this before. I find my self watching at least one game of football or floorball every weekend and of course I always bring my camera. It can be a challenge to be creative when you shoot sports. It…

#43 The Western Archipelago

Sweden is a country with a lot of coast and beautiful archipelagos. The pictures in this post are from the west coast, just outside Gothenburg – actually only 20 minutes by car and another 20 with a small ferry. The western archipelago is very different from the eastern. Here [in the west] it is a…

#40 Me, my camera and my bike Part 1

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…

#39 Shooting sports again

Last week I visited the largest youth soccer tournament in the world; Gothia Cup in Gothenburg, Sweden. This year a total of 1686 teams from 75 countries took part in the games and played more than 4000 matches. The participants are between 11 and 18 years old. My son played in the class ”Boys 15”…

#26 Sport with Fuji X

I have become a part time sport photographer. The winter is spent watching my daughters floor ball games and in the summer it is time for my sons football. For this task I use my Fujifilm X-T2 with various lenses. I started shooting my kids sports with my Nikon cameras about ten years ago. In…

#24 Fujifilm Project

My small Fujifilm Project is simple; shoot with the 10-24/f4 an evening in Stockholm later this week. I am going to Stockholm for work, and will spend the night. I had almost forgotten what a nice lens this is and felt I had to do something. This is a shot I took with my X-T2…

#8 The X100 family

The one camera that started my present Fuji – and later also Leica –  passion was the Fujifilm X100. The original X100 back in 2011, that is… The original X100 – which I still own – was beautiful in it’s simplicity. It was a totally new concept, gave great pictures and  was an incredible joy…