Fujinon 10-24mm

Day 1 and 2 with the Fujinon 10-24mm on the X-T10.
The pictures are cropped, but I didn’t correct any perspective distortion.

Wildt'sches Haus

Wildt’sches Haus


Museum der Kulturen

Museum der Kulturen


Very pleased by the amazing quality – which David Hobby had vouched for.
Basically a lens for people who are too lazy to make panorama shots ;P

What I wasn’t expecting at all is how well it handles close ups:
Münster choir

Designmuseum Danmark

Surprised by the beautiful exhibition Mindcraft15, curated by the design duo GamFratesi. Open until 31 January 2016.
Details on all the exhibits (in Milano, April 2015).

Umspiral by Henrik Vibskov


The Castaway by benandsebastian

Terroir by Edvard-Steenfatt

Both rooms with lots of mirrors and very well lit, which made for great shadow play.

In the same museum: Learning from Japan, open until 24 September 2017.
Lamps by Esben Klint, Kaare Klint, Mogens Koch, Tove & Edwald Kindt-Larsen


Exhibitions at Arken:

Undine, Det Ny Teater, 1980: Replication of sketch for drop curtain, guache on paper

The nutcracker, the Royal Danish Theater, 1971: Flower Girls, textile

Left: Eva, faience
Right: Tivoli Night, 1981: Sketch for poster, gouache on paper

Affinity Photo: dodge tool

I was a huge Affinity Photo fan already, mainly because of the inpainting brush tool; today I learned about the dodge tool.

Creator and speaker of the nicely succint tutorial videos is James Ritson.

Dodge tool used on the highlights, at 50% opacity (photo Knibbelsbro Copenhagen):

More subtle, at 25% opacity (photo UB Basel):