Entries from March 2015

Square landscapes with the X-T1

Where my love for the square image format comes from, and how it is achieved in the Fujifilm X-T1 digital camera.

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Stormscapes

A timelapse film of giant storms over the American Mid-West.

Provocational advertising by Mediamarkt

There was a lot of fuss when Mediamarkt took over the much-loved Markthalle in Bern, meaning the closure of several specialist restaurants. Their latest advert in the city, announcing the new opening? “Does love enter through the stomach, or by way of a huge selection and great deals?” I don’t expect these posters to remain… (Read More)

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The Grey League

Filmed in the beautiful South East regions of the Swiss alps, this film features many classic landscapes of the majestic country of Switzerland. We were based in one the oldest towns in Graubünden, Chur, with a trip into the clouds in Filisur and revealing one of the world heritage sites in the breathtaking Landwasser viaduct.… (Read More)

Île d’Ogoz

The island of Ogoz, at the northern end of the Lac de Gruyère in Switzerland, is somewhat unusual in that you can walk to it.

An Audi at last

In which I take delivery of my shiny new A4 Avant.

High ISO performance with the X-T1

I haven’t really been “into” photography for a while, so I haven’t put my new Fujifilm X-T1 through its paces properly. But I have fiddled with it, taken a few photos to see how it deals with certain situations, and begun trials with using the built-in JPG conversion and film simulation modes. One of the great… (Read More)

Farewell to the Four-Wheeled Tripod

Over 150,00km after buying it, we say goodbye to our “four-wheeled tripod”.

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The Quest for Inspiration

This is the trailer for “La Quête d’Inspiration”, a documentary film by Mathieu Le Lay about the experiences in the wilderness of French landscape photographer Alexandre Deschaumes. You can purchase the full-length film at Reelhouse.