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Tag Archives: linn
I confess! I have an addiction to sketch apps.. I’ve used too many and had real fun with most of them. They all have their qualities and often I miss one or two features that I know another app has.. … finish reading A little something about the new Adobe Sketch for iPad..
Download SD1 RAW Pack nr 4 255MB You need Sigma Photo Pro 5 (or any other SD1 compatible aw converter). The above shots all have a huge dynamic range (perhaps not the water shot) for you to play with – … finish reading SD1 Shangeri-la RAW Pack 4
Original I love ev-bikes! I had one many years ago when I lived in Kunming and the other day we tried a few to see if perhaps it would be time to get another one.. They’re really awesome!! This one … finish reading Electric trip
Myself and Linn would like to wish you all a Merry Christmas!! (And yes, she wanted Manga eyes..)
Open full size version (not extremely big, but bigger and very detailed). About the desk. I always wanted something bigger that we could use, both of us at the same time. The solution that I now settled with, as you see on the picture … finish reading My desk, DP1x shot(s)
The knife maker. Shot on Marstrand using SD14 + Sigma 50mm 1.4 and using sun as main light and Sigma 530 DG and back shape light. ISO50. Now, ISO50 is such a compressed format that you really need to expose … finish reading A day at Marstrand. Strobist.
A couple of days ago Linn wanted to get her nails done as it’s extremely cheap in Kunming compared to Sweden (about 1/20th of the price) and while waiting I walked around a bit and saw these two young girls coming in … finish reading Two young girls in Kunming.
Another 50-500 OS shot.. :) Golden reflector reflected too much yellow – skin tone was gone so I made it black and white. Still nice I think. :)
I really do enjoy the Stabilizer, I feel like I could take those impossible shots such as this one. :) Camera used: SD14, at ISO200. Lens set at f7.1 and a shutter speed of 1/60s. Pretty amazing really. No extra sharpness … finish reading 50-500 OS @ 300mm – hand held 1/60s