Bjorn Petersen

Bjorn Petersen

Bjorn Petersen is a photographer based in Brooklyn, New York. He has exhibited his work in the USA and internationally, and has also self-published several books of his photographs.

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For some time, Capture One has built its reputation on its efficiency and quality. Much like Phase One’s cameras and other hardware, Capture One has the aura of a truly professional tool, with few unnecessary features, but a whole lot of functionality available for nearly all aspects of image editing. Best known for its tethered-shooting feature set, Capture One has also gradually shifted into...
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Offering a versatile range of accessories for conveniently and securely mounting rectangular filters to your lens, Wine Country Camera has developed a system of adapter rings, Filter Vaults, and filter holder kits for both 100 x 100mm and 100 x 150mm sizes. In addition to the mounting tools, the manufacturer has also designed a dedicated...
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Blending a sleek design with versatile shooting capabilities, Pentax has released the KP DSLR, which is poised to be both the compact APS-C model in their DSLR lineup, as well as an apt performer for low-light shooting. Additionally, in typical Pentax fashion, the exterior of the body can be...
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Breathing life into an historic brand, Meyer-Optik Gorlitz has reëmerged with a series of new lenses based on classic optical designs, but updated for modern use. Most reminiscent of the company’s legacy lenses is a pair of Trioplans: the 100mm f/2.8 and the...
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With Apple’s latest release to its ever-popular line of MacBook Pro notebooks, the tech giant has brought a new physical update to the 13.3" and 15.4" models, with the Touch Bar....
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Pleasing film photographers everywhere, Kodak Alaris has announced its re-entrance into the color-reversal film market with the re-introduction of Ektachrome (E100). After exiting the transparency film market in 2012, Kodak focused its attention solely on color negative films, leaving color slide film lovers with no choice other than to switch brands or transition to working with negative film....
2 months ago
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Among photographers who already have filled out their wish lists, Canons, Nikons, and the flagship models from Sony and Pentax currently represent the top 10 most-wished-for DSLR camera bodies. While they range in price and feature sets, they demonstrate that many shooters are hoping to get, either from someone else or for themselves, a gift that offers tons of great capabilities and creative...
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Becoming increasingly more important, photo editing or post-production is now an integral part of photo hobbyists’ and pros’ workflows, and is often the second most critical step to producing a photograph after taking the shot itself. With such importance, it is crucial for photographers to find editing software that can fulfill and support all of their needs, ranging from basic editing control...
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Just as full-frame DSLRs and mirrorless cameras have become the norm, and APS-C sensors are now considered a more compact option for enthusiasts, medium format is finally coming into view as a potential option for even the non-professional photographer. Medium format options are shrinking in size, becoming easier and less intimidating to use, and are more affordable than ever, compared to...
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After 2015’s veritable onslaught of high-quality lens releases, Nikon had a slower–paced 2016. However, even with fewer releases, Nikon did not disappoint with its marquee announcement of the 105mm f/1.4 lens, a new ultra-wide tilt-shift, an updated 70-200mm f/2.8, and a refresh of the common DX kit zoom pair. AF-S NIKKOR 105mm f/1.4E ED Lens Easily one of the most exciting lens announcements of...
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Although visually understood as “the type of camera the pros use,” DSLRs comprise a wide-ranging genre of cameras with numerous options available for all skill levels. Offering significantly more control while photographing than nearly any compact point-and-shoot camera available, DSLRs are a tried-and-true technology that blends intuitiveness and familiarity with the most current and up-to-date...
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Sometimes you can’t beat a classic, even in the fast-paced, ever-changing world we live in today. Despite rapid and continuous evolution in the digital camera world, or constant improvements to optical design, new high-tech fabrics in bags, lightweight carbon fiber tripods, and so on, there are some photographic items out there that defy the need to evolve. They were simply perfected years ago,...
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2016 was a unique year for SLR shooters, with manufacturers covering a broad variety of different lens types for different systems. Some manufacturers sought to update their classic optics with more up-to-date designs and contemporary materials, while other brands chose to delve into some less-tested territories in the well-worn landscape of SLR lenses. Here’s a look at some of our favorite...
4 months ago
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Positioned as a fun, friendly entrance into its spherical camera lineup, Ricoh has announced the Theta SC. Borrowing much of the feature set of the Theta S, this new colorful and...
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Refining and updating its popular robotic camera mount, GigaPan has released the new EPIC Pro V, which adds continuous-motion settings to the familiar feature set that previously revolved...

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