My photography interest...
My interest for photography started in 2001 when I bought my very first digital camera. I didn't own a camera and I
therefore used one-time-use cameras. As many other people I had a need for capturing my experiences, especially my
trekking holidays and I needed a better camera. At that point time the digital camera really increased in resolution
and by owing a digital camera you have great fun with a fantastic technical gadget. I bought my first one
in 2001 - a point-and-shoot Canon PowerShot S20.
My interest have increased ever since and even though I don't consider it a hobby yet I do spend a lot of time with
it - many pages on this site will confirm that. After I bought my very first digital SLR camera in the beginning of 2003
the quality of my photos have increased substantially - at least accordingly to myself. I have still a lot to learn and I'm
considering myself a happy amateur.
Feel free to discover my photo galleries or
browse through my blog for occasional photo entries. For two years
(2004-2005) I published a weekly photo on my blog running as a photo
project for enhancing my abilities in photography.
In 2005 I spent 1½ day as movie still photographer (my first real photo
job). Many people have expressed positive feelings on my photographs - and
I have sold a few for use in exhibitions posters and press material.
- Canon 17-40mm f/4L USM » info
- Canon 28-135mm f/3.5-5.6 IS USM » info
- Canon 70-300mm f/4.5-5.6 DO IS USM » info
- Canon 100mm f/2.8L IS USM Makro »
- Canon 100mm f/2.8 USM Macro » info
- Canon Speedlite 550EX » info
- Lowepro Camera Bag (Stealth Reporter D200 AQ) » info
- Lowepro Chest Harness » info
- Lowepro CompuTrekker AW » info
- Gitzo Monopod GM3551 » info
- Really Right Stuff (RRS) MH-01 LR Monopod Head +
Really Right Stuff (RRS) B2 AS II Clamp » info
- Really Right Stuff (RRS) B5D2-L L-plate (bracket)
for Canon 5D Mark II » info
- Hama profil 72 tripod.
- STOFEN Omnibounder
- 4 GB Sandisk Extreme IV (CF Type I)
- 4 GB Hitachi Microdrive (CF Type II)
- 4 GB Lexar Professional 133x Speed (SDHC)
- 16 GB Sandisk Extreme IV (CF Type I, 45MB/s, UDMA) »
Several people has asked about some details of my SLR camera. I'm not always able to answer on the spot since the details are
not something that I find particular interesting. I'm more interested in taking some good photographs. However here are
some of the details (these applies to the Canon 10D):
- How many pixels do you have?
- The picture resolution is 3072x2048 pixels, i.e. 6291456 bytes or 6 MegaPixel.
- How much zoom do you have?
- The zoom factor depends on the lens and the ratio between the maximum and minimum
zoom angle. My 3 current zoom lenses have a zoom factor of: approx. 2 times for my 17-40mm wide zoom lens, approx. 5
times zoom for the 28-135mm and approx. 4 times zoom for the 70-300mm telephoto zoom lens. With the 3
zoom lenses together I
have about 18 times zoom.
- How many pictures can you take?
- That depends on the amount of memory available (and the battery time) and the
chosen resolution of the picture. I have a 4GB card and uses mostly the RAW format that uses about 8 MB pr.
photograph, meaning that I can take about 512 pictures with that resolution.
- How many extra batteries do you have?
- I have all in all 3 batteries and is usually on a grand photo day
find myself using 1-2 batteries. The third is for backup. On trekking
holidays I have up to now been lucky enough to find a power plug (in
cabins etc) to charge the batteries - you'll need to bring your charger
though. If you're way out in the field, 3 batteries will not be enough.