Yesterday I threw myself into a challenge. This time I borrowed Tina’s Fujifilm X100V – a small neat camera, that handled the low light so well
I am so positive about that experience on Wednesday with Tina Sørensen. I’m not the museum-visitor type. But wauw how Moesgaard is big and inviting. With many beautiful exhibitions. I could have spent several hours there.
I think it was inspiring to try Tina’s Fujifilm X100V. It’s small and neat, and the cool thing about the mirrorless camera is that you see how your image will be before you press the shutter button. I also tried it the other day, Theis’ Fujifilm X-T3. It is completely new to me and definitely something I could easily get used to.
I got this series out of it – and thought, yes, why not make it black and white to challenge myself even more.
You can’t be at Moesgaard without visiting Grauballemanden. I had to have my iPhone up because it was really dark and I did not have a tripod with me. But imagine, I’m 40 years old and have never been there. I promise there will not be 40 years before I go again.
One of the fun experiences of photographing with others is subsequently seeing what we have each gained from it with each of our equipment but also how we edit differently.
Tina has photographed her series with her Fujifilm X-T3 + 50mm f1. Totally nice lens.
I’m so crazy about her look and the delicious bokehs she’s got.
You will hear more from Tina soon. She is such an inspiring person and I’m always so filled with joy inside, after being with her. That’s why I decided to write a blog post about her for my series ‘I’ve met a person‘. a series I started on when I was in Spain. That series I will breathe life into again.
Finally I want to show some ‘Behind the scenes’ pictures she took of me. And note that I do not have outdoor clothes on ????
Oh before I close the blogpost, I must also just show the pictures Tina took of me when we came home to her in the evening. We had eaten and at was 22.30 and suddenly I was placed with a beautydish shining on me and Tina was working on her 50mm f1 – it is a wild and nice lens. She is insatiable for play and I love it. So we made this series before we thanked for a wonderful day and slipped into bed ????
Now I want to move on, waiting for it to be weekend where I have to sit in hiding for 2 days and hopefully see experience more wildlife. You can say that I experience very differently things.
If you take pictures yourself, what type of pictures do you take? Do you challenge yourself in other areas? If so, what would be a challenge for you?
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