Photo train trip part 4, Skagen

Last stop of the day, and the conclusion of our Photo Train trip, from Hjørring to Skagen :). We arrived to Skagen late afternoon, with daylight quickly fading,as it does here in Scandinavia in the wintertime. And even though the weather was grey, it was windy like h…., its still a nice experiece rolling into Skagen, through a beautiful landscape, where you know the sea is right behind the dunes. And you are greeted by the beautiful old train station in Skagen, which welcomes you to the city First pictures here, all shot with Fujifilm X-100F I don’t have many … Continue reading Photo train trip part 4, Skagen

Photo train trip part 2, Kvissel

This is part 2 of the photo train trip. For part one see here It is sadly still Corona days, so when you take the train in Denmark, or any other kind of public transportation, mask is mandatory. This is my good Photo buddy Jim demonstrating how to look awesome for a corona times portrait (Leica M5, with 50mm Summicron + Kodak Ultramax 400). I really like the look of this! Kvissel Train station, was the second stop of the trip. The light was not great, as usually in late autumn in Denmark, gray and flat. But we still had … Continue reading Photo train trip part 2, Kvissel

Troubleshooting a light leak in LeicaFlex SL

Not so long ago, a good old childhood friend, gifted me his fathers Leicaflex SL, with which i have shot quite a few rolls, it has always been plagued by intermittent light leaks, not consistent. So i have many great photos with out any light leakage. You can see the error in the picture, its pretty consistent, but varies a lot in how much it affects the picture. I posted the above pictures in several different Facebook groups, and got some good advice on howto approach it with logic. As you can see on the negative below, the light leakage … Continue reading Troubleshooting a light leak in LeicaFlex SL