Upgrade from Canon 550D to 6D

Hi, I made the move to full format which means in my case that I upgraded from the Canon 550D to 6D. What a step. I had some concerns regarding if the price would make it worth it.

It did.

It’s awesome in low light and together with a f/1.4 prime 50mm lens it makes magic. The thing is that taking photos is more fun than ever – thanks Canon 🙂

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Travel gives inspiration

I have been to Gran Canaria (Spain) with my family. The weather was both splendid and not so good. Armed with my camera and Sigma 1.4/50mm together with VSCO film, it was big joy. I found back to my photographic interest. All by a sudden I was walking around, shooting as back in the good old days.

Travel is great for inspiration!





VSCO film and landscape

I just updated to the VSCO film package 01 to get the custom camera profiles for my camera. I have wondered about it for a while but finally I took the decision to buy it. Was it worth it – yes..

I have discovered that a lot of you ends up on my site by searching for either vscocam or vscofilm, once in a while it also is together with the search word landscape.

So to celebrate the new update, I added three landscape shoots I took another day, three shoots that would love to be processed in vscofilm.



Tourist in your own town

Have you ever tried to be a tourist in your own town? I tried it yesterday and it made me think different and something I must do again – very inspiring!

The problem I had was that instead of finding what is universally beautiful, I had to find what is characteristic for this place and time. So, I started to think about my hometown (Strömstad by the way) and it was spring which means almost no boats (no tourists as well), cloudy day and there is about 5000 people living there. Ah, yes – it is by the sea.

I hope when you look at the photos you get the same feeling of the town (very little people, yes) that I had that day.








Processed with Lightroom 4 and VSCOfilm Fuji 160C