I’m an enthusiastic amateur photographer, living in Trondheim, Norway. I got my first SLR in 1982, which was replaced by a digital camera i 1997. This was in the early days of digital photography, and the camera “boosted” 0.3 megapixel 🙂 Since then I’ve moved up to more and more megapixels.
I’ve been member of Trondhjems Kameraklubb since 2003, where I also teach basic photography and Adobe Lightroom. If you’re not using Adobe Lightroom, you don’t really know what you are missing. Give it a try…
I do different types of photography ranging from landscape to underwater to model. I’ve also shot some concerts, and take a lot of pictures when I travel. Check out my portfolio at www.jesph.net.
I’ve also been working with movies, where I started with Super 8, and “manual” film editing, using a splitter and physically gluing the film strips together, before gluing on a tiny magnetic soundtrack, and adding sound. I moved to digital video editing, and invested in Adobe Premiere 5.0 and a Pinnacle DV500 card in the early 90’s. These days I use Adobe Creative Cloud Premiere and After Effects.