Lidt hyggelige billeder fra i dag… hvor vi bryggede Alaskan Amber og spiste hotdogs 🙂
For a while i’ve been struggling to implement a pattern on PowerBI on a SSAS Cube. I wanted to allow my users to dynamically make range sliders on a value. Continue reading Dynamic filters in PowerBI/SSAS
Now 3 weeks into my ownership of the Meyer Görlitz Orestor. Possibilities seems endless with this piece of glass, there is more than portraits and bobbles in it. Already now it stands clear to me that this lens is possibly the one in my collection that is closest to my heart. Continue reading Das Objektiv, Meyer-Optik Görlitz Orestor 2.8 135mm (4)
aI think its a fair claim to say, that anyone fallen in love with vintage lenses, is also fallen in love with the bobles these lenses can produce. These bobles also called Circle of Confusion, or CoC can produce an artistic and dramatic effect to the picture. Continue reading Dreams are made in Circles of Confusion
I’ve been a Amount shooter for years, and because of that I got a great number of quality Amount lenses which I treasure greatly and wouldn’t part with for the world.
Now I am in the situation where I am about to change my old faithful A99V to either A99II or a new E mount platform.
Choosing to adapt from A->E mount has implications, which I quite late became aware of. Continue reading A-Mount to E-Mount Adapters, LAEA2, 3 or 4
I am 3 days into my ownership of the Meyer Görlitz Orestor. Already now is it clear to me that this is perhaps the most intriguing lens I ever owned. Continue reading Das Objektiv, Meyer-Optik Görlitz Orestor 2.8 135mm (3)