Words about images
In the beginning there was light
Magnus L Andersson
This is our blog where we will cover everything from travel tips for photography to image processing and gear reviews.
We’re amateurs when it comes to photography as well as blogs and social media, hence don’t expect to much.
This is a place where you will find the posts we want to read, hence it’s just our place to share our personal views without any connections to any company etc mentioned.
We write what we want to read
If you like our work, you are more than welcome to follow us at Instagram or have a look at Fotosidan (Swedish site for photographers) or LFI (international site for mainly images captured by Leica equipment). You are also welcome to contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org for questions about our work, and to share links to this post.
Brief introduction to film emulations, profiles and how to make them available in Lightroom.
Leica Summaron-M 28 mm f/5.6 is an interesting lens, and hopefully a new favorite in my setup that I will cover in my blog posts.
There is far too much nudity at the Internet called art, but never believed I would be target as one of those getting a message from Instagram that an image had been removed due to nudity.
This is a brief introduction to how Look-Up Tables (LUTs) may be used establish a fast and consistent process from a raw file to an image based on traditional film emulations. The example is based on a raw file originating from a Lecia M Monochrom, but holds in principle for any raw file.
This is the first post at our new site to present some images, words, technology and processing. It is not intended to be anything else than our naive effort as amateurs with an interest in images and technology.