Olympus M.Zuiko 45 mm f/1.8 for Music Concert Photography

To begin with, I have to say that I wasn’t even going to buy Olympus 45 mm 1.8 lens, which is the cheapest wide aperture lens Olympus has to offer. Not because it would be a bad lens, but because the focal length is hard for me. You can’t really use it indoors to shoot photos of your friends, because you can’t fit them into the picture unless you go very far away. Additionally, it’s not suitable for vlogs either, even if someone else is doing the talking, since at the time you get far enough from the talker, there too is too much reverb included. […] Read more!

Testing Lenspen Camera Lens Cleaning System


There are some photographers that are really strict about the condition of their lenses. I’d bet they are ready to kill if someone accidentally leaves a fingerprint on their lens. Well, I’m not one of those.

All of my lenses are always full of fingerprints and all kind of dust. So I decided to try out the Lenspen, a camera lens cleaning system.

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Black Eye Combo – Fisheye Lens + Macro / Wide-Angle Lens





I just bought the combo pack made by Black Eye. It includes a fisheye lens and a macro/wide-angle lens made for mobile phone cameras. The lenses are attached to the camera with a magnet which is glued on the phone. This makes it easy to use since there is no need for additional phone covers. I believe these same lenses are sold under different brands, and Tom and Jesse have already bought their own.

Fisheye Lens


The fisheye lens is the main reason I bought this set. […] Read more!

Camera For Music Photography And Videography



When I got interested in photography for real, I needed a new camera that could handle all the different situations. I was into shooting live shows and some backstage material.

So the camera had to perform well in low light situations and have video capabilities. Since pocket sized cameras are not designed for extreme low light performance, it had to be a DSLR. And I wanted go with one from a major brand.

Every photographer knows about the war between Canon and Nikon users. […] Read more!

What Camera Do You Use?

MadCraft Bus


As you may have seen, we do almost everything ourselves and we definitely appreciate the DIY aspect of our band. We produce and record our own music, and in addition to that we shoot our photos and videos ourselves (except all the live gig photos…). We started out with just some simple compact cameras and handycams, but after a while we felt that we had to find something better.

Canon DSLR

For all the more serious work we use Canon DSLRs, such as Canon 60D and Canon 600D. […] Read more!