I've continued using my Canon lenses with the Viltrox fullframe speed booster on a cheap $100 Fujifilm body as I love the dreamy look so much. It's surprisingly light and complements the 7Artisans well when you want autofocus
I took these during a March morning walk. I never thought I'd own a Leica but if they're old (2006) and broken enough they can be affordable! The colors are something extra and it's the perfect match to the 7Artisans 50mm
I take a lot of runs in the neighbourhood and sometimes bring something pocketable. Some of these were taken with a Sigma DP2, a wierd old digicam that I got for cheap. It's neat but white balance is often off and hard to correct.
The strange winter turned into an even stranger spring. I've kept busy visiting the less busy places. Spending time alone with a camera, in the forests around here in particular, has really kept my spirits up! Stay tuned for more.
Another \#throwbackthursday, another lake. The last swim of the summer, at Rådasjön with an old quarry and a fake 19th century ruin! A bit different look to these as I had a different process at the time. What do you think?
The darkest day of the year is near so here's a \#throwback to August and the second-to-last swim of the summer. Also an excuse to use more of that lovely Kodak Gold \#filmemulation from Jamie Windsor! \#throwbackthursday