I must admit it has been a while since I last posted anything here. However there are too many reasons to go into at this time.The main thing is I will try and post at least one shot a week for you to see. Like this one taken at an art gallery not too far from where I live. The camera was very new at the time and this is the one shot that convinced me that my decision was the right one,
The work is called Silent Studio the artist is Mark Manders
Nikkor Z 24-70 F/4.0
…is Norway’s national day. For one day the whole of Norway is in party mood. Parades, National dress, ice cream,hotdogs, marching bands, and waving royalty, the whole works. It’s always fun to watch with everyone in their finery.
So maybe raise a glass to celebrate with us.
Nikon 24-70 f/2.8G ED-IF AF-S
I little while ago I attend a lecture given by fellow member of society I happen to also be a member of here in Norway. The subject was Scottish Basket hilted swords. I think this shot captures his passion for his subject and,collection .
Nikon 24-70 f/2.8
ISO 3200 no flash used.
Another “Try Again Tuesday” This from a trip to an abandoned Sanatorium here in Norway.
One of the tractors on my Brother-in-Laws farm is a Massey Ferguson. A real classic. I used among other things, Silver Efex Analog Pro wet plate filters and a little PS in post.
Taken whilst waiting for my tram to the station . Taken Handheld at ISO1600 (ASA in old money) Tinted slightly to add to the atmosphere.:0)
It’s tradition in Norway that the students (Russ) have joke business cards printed up. Kids know this and every time they see a Russ they pester them for a card or two and see how many they can collect. These kids didn’t get one . The students they asked were in a bad mood.
A pure hipshot which I rather liked so haven’t deleted it . I think it has something. What do you think?
Thursday last week was the launch day of the Leica T here in Oslo. Maybe that’s what’s in his bag? ;0)
You know the rest. I hope there was no one in here at the time of the collapse.