Olympus MJU II — an honest review

It’s been a year since I bought my Olympus MJU II. Even to this date, it’s still a highly desirable point-and-shoot camera. Someone could say even overrated. The real (and only) reason I bought one, is because I happened to stumble upon one at a thrift store for only 5€.…

Olympus OM-1 vs. Olympus OM-2

Here’s a very short comparison of the Olympus OM-1 and OM-2 cameras. I currently own both models. OM-1 has been one of my favourite cameras for over a year now and last autumn I purchased the OM-2 as too after becoming a total vintage Olympus fanboy. Both are amazing, well…

Light meters versus manual exposures

I have the quintessential love/hate relationship with light meters. I usually get the best results when exposing manually, but on the other hand, I really like the idea of just taking it easy and to go with what ever the light meter tells me, thus I tend to do both…

Leica M4-2 vs Leica M6 classic

Now that I’ve owned both of these wonderful cameras, I thought I could share my thoughts by comparing them a bit. They are seemingly both very similar looking cameras, but what kind of differences that lay under? It is actually very surprising how different experience they provide. I’m sure you’ve…

Cinematic portrait shoot

Late last year, I decided to get into portrait photography as well. I had a vision of portraits, that would draw inspiration from street photography and have a similar look and feel. I also love the idea of cinematic street photography, which is always a hard concept to execute. In…