I do all my culling and post-processing in Capture One Pro 21. Or, at least, I want to, but a few missing features in Capture One makes me look into other software solutions to speed up my culling process. The idea is that if I can cull fast, reduce the…


This is a short story about our vacation in Tromsø, Norway — in the summer of 2021.

Why Tromsø

Just like last year, we spent our holiday in Norway. With COVID still plaguing the planet, me being fully vaxxed, my wife and daughter halfway there, it still felt like the…


I switched completely to Capture One from Lightroom about a year ago, after using Adobe software for many years. How has the change affected my photography and what do I think of the software?

Note that if you haven’t read my initial review or first impressions, you’d better do that…


Helios-44 is a series of standard lenses for SLR cameras, produced in the Soviet Union by KMZ, MMZ, Jupiter from 1958 until 1999; it is considered to be one of the most mass-produced lenses in the world.

https://camerapedia.fandom.com/wiki/Helios-44

Introduction

I’ve had the Helios 44M 58mm f/2 lens for a few…


Introduction

I use Capture One 20 to edit all my photos, both my old ones taken with Nikon D70, Nikon D90, Panasonic G7/GH5, and Sony A7II and glorious new photos taken with my Fuji cameras.

Capture One has a special Fuji version, which is cheaper and only works with Fuji…


After Stavanger, we left for Karmøy, Åkrehamn to be specific. Åkrehamn was named The Most Beautiful Beach of Norway, back in 2014. We stayed in a small house we rented on airbnb. It was very cozy & had everything we needed.

A few minutes walking takes you down to the…


Lindesnes fyr (fyr being Norwegian for lighthouse) is the southernmost point of Norway and a very popular tourist attraction.


This is a review, or perhaps more of a practical, first impression, non-technical summary using the Fujinon 18–135mm f/3.5–5.6 R LM OIS lens on holiday. Reviews and further reading are listed at the end.

I’ve been warned several times, by different people, mostly people who earn money as photographers, that…


In this post, I briefly touch on the problems using the XF 56mm f/1.2 in low light scenarios. The cover photo was taken using this lens at 1/125s, 2500 ISO — wide open.

Before I even got deep into the Fujiverse I was intrigued by the Fujinon XF 56mm f/1.2


One of the things that some Fuji shooters love is the Fuji film simulations included in the Fuji cameras. Remember that Fuji was originally a company producing old school film for analog cameras, hence the name Fujifilm. Some of these film stocks are available as film simulations, such as Acros…

Thomas Weholt

A vegan Fujifan photographer. Follow me at Instagram at https://www.instagram.com/thomaspresentererno/ or read my articles over at weholt.org.

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