Archive for the 'Equipment' Category

Since I did my first F-Stop Satori review a few years back I have received a couple of questions concerning travelling with it. Does it really fit as carry on luggage on an airplane? Today I recorded a little video where I show how I pack it, so I don’t get trouble when storing it[…]

As an interlude from my New Zealand articles I want to get a little more technical in this post and show you how I use Polarizers and Lee Filters together. I’m using Lee Filters for more than four years now and I also rely on Polarizers in many situations. This consequently means that often I[…]

Surface Pro 3 Review

December 14th, 2014

Back when I bought the Surface Pro 3* a few months ago I wasn’t totally sure, if it would live up to the expectations I had. I wanted a lightweight travel companion for my photo trips, on which I could also process photos. A good screen plus pen input as I’m used to from my[…]

Photo Backup

October 12th, 2014

Backing up photos is a very important topic. I take thousands of photos and the last thing I want to happen is to loose them to a hardware failure. It took me some time to find the right backup solution for me. There are so many ways to backup photos. There’s an abundance of software[…]

Equipment – F-Stop Satori

September 25th, 2014

For about two years now I use the F-Stop Satori as my main camera backpack. After I first got it I directly recorded a review video, which I want to reshare in this post. I’ll also try to answer some questions, which I get from time to time concerning this backpack. One reason I bought[…]

Equipment – RRS mini Tripod

September 21st, 2014

This year I visited London for the third time. What I had learned during my previous trips to London was that tripods are not allowed in many areas. And even where they are allowed they can sometimes be a bit of a burden, especially if you’re in a busy place with many people walking by.[…]

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