Sigfrid
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2012

Sigfrid Lundberg's Stuff

Biogon T* 2,8/25 ZM: Portrait of a lens
This is one of the very sharpest lenses made by mankind.
Images, Lenses, Photography, 2012

Creative Commons and Dutch Elm Disease
A story about some dead trees, a walk with friends in Skåne and a natural reserve outside Bristol, UK.
Flickr, Creative Commons, Photography, 2012

On colour
When a subject contains vidid colours, I invariably transform the photo to black and white. If there are few I usually preserve colour. Unless there is special conditions that make me feel that colour is important. For instance, when the image contain vivid colours.
Flickr, Photography, Images, 2012

Shooting M mount
I have been shooting M mount since November last year.
Images, Photography, Hardware, 2012

Sigfrid intervjuad av Kristina
Kristina Alexandersson är en aktiv person i allt som handlar om Internet, lärande och öppet innehåll. I dag publicerade hon en intervju med mig på CreativeCommons svenska sajt.
Photography, Open Content, 2012

Voigtländer 15mm f/4.5 Super Wide Heliar: A portrait of a lens
Super-wide Heliar was the first M Mount lens I bought. I have used it extensively, in particular on my Olympus E-P2. But I still use it over and over again.
Images, Lenses, Photography, 2012

Zeiss ZM 50mm f1.5 C-Sonnar: Portrait of a lens
The 50mm Sonnar f1.5 is a transplant from the Contax rangefinder world. A real classic there. Also, it is indeed a personality with a focus shift.
Images, Lenses, Photography, 2012

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My name is Sigfrid Lundberg. The stuff I publish here may, or may not, be of interest for anyone else.

On this site there is material on photography, music, literature and other stuff I enjoy in life. However, most of it is related to my profession as an Internet programmer and software developer within the area of digital libraries at the Royal Library, Copenhagen (Denmark) and, before that, Lund university (Sweden).

The content here does not reflect the views of my past or present employers