Leica Summicron 50/2 Collapsible
Voigtländer 50/2.5 Color Skopar
Leica M Typ 262 – Long term review
Leica M3 – An indisputable classic
iPhone X and the state of smartphone cameras
Olympus mju:II – The perfect pocket camera?
Leica M9 in 2018 – Still my favorite digital camera
Olympus XA – The pocket marvel
Leica M4-P - Rolling evaluation
Fuji X100T – Current peak of continous improvements
My scanning workflow & Negative Lab Pro
Scan comparison – Lab vs flatbed vs film scanner
Plustek 8200i - Rolling evaluation
A go with digital after 3 years of film
Exploring the Leica family tree
Leica M 262 in the family tree
What’s in my bag – Summer 2022
What’s in my bag – Summer 2021
What’s in my bag – Summer 2020
What’s in my bag – Summer 2019
What’s in my bag – Summer 2018
What’s in my bag – Summer 2017
What’s in my bag – Summer 2016
My boring Benro tripod – Praising the adequate
Olympus mju II – First roll impressions
Summicron 35 ASPH at Gamla Uppsala
Zeiss ZM 50/1.5 on the Sony A7
The Stockholm Observatory & Leica M4-P
Tyresta Natural Reserve & Leica M4-P
Bergius Botanic Garden with a Hasselblad & a Leica
Shooting the Summicron 28 on the Leica CL
The Brooklyn Botanic Garden with the X100T
I'm KJ Vogelius – a digital designer living in Stockholm Sweden. While I've done a few stints working part time as photographer, now I'm just in it for fun.
I find photography fascinating. One part of this fascination stems from the interplay between art and technology. While my heart is with the first, my mind is captivated by the second. People more interested in one aspect usually frown on the other. Unfortunate, since neither can exist alone. Just as the architect becomes better by understanding the difference between wood and stone, the designer between RGB & CMYK, there's no disadvantage in interest in both aspects of photography.
This little site is devoted to the technical side, a place where I can geek out a bit. I'll focus on writing about gear I've used that I've had a hard time finding much written about elsewhere. With a little luck, others too might benefit from this. If you want to explore more of where my heart is at, you can follow my photography below.
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