I just blew my mind: The evermacro device.

Over the past couple of days, I saw several videos on YouTube claiming that you can turn every lens into a macro lens with one simple piece of metal. And since I’m naturally curious and don’t believe everything I see or hear without a pinch of salt, I had to try that out my self.

The adapter arrived today.

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Why I went mirrorless last year.

Last year, I got gifted a new camera for no particular reason. My only task was to choose between DSLR and Mirrorless. And off course also in which system to invest.

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I love new toys…

and I just got one delivered yesterday. I ordered it mostly because a broke my bendy pentapod thingy (that means it was a five-legged thing), but mostly because I broke my iPhone mount. And even more, because I got G.A.S.*.

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I love my new mobile lens. 

A few months ago, I decided that I wanted to try out some clip on lenses for my phone. Those were very cheap, around 12€, but had two mayor drawbacks.
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I just got myself a 35mm SLR. 

I really just was bored as I looked up 35mm SLR cameras on EBay Kleinanzeigen (> Classifieds). 

I never thought I’d actually buy one. But I did. I bought my first ‘full frame’ SLR.
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Finally active on EyeEm. 

I had a profile on EyeEm since a while. 

I even had the app on my iPhone. And today I had 7 unread notifications on my photography related app folder. 
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I love my new backpack. 

A few months ago, I found myself wanting (and needing) a new backpack.

After some consideration, and some research, I chose Haglöfs Corker Large in Hurricane Blue, as it is made entirely from recycled materials, and it looks great.


> The backpack on haglofs.com

I found what seemed to be a great offer on a website that I’m not going to disclose, and ordered it off there. It was on October 8th, 2016.

I paid for it and got an email that shipping could take up to a week due to high demand. I wrote an email requesting a speedier processing of my order.

That was when my ordeal started.

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