I started getting into vintage lenses when studying graphic design. As a poor student there was not much extra cash for fancy new photography equipment. This made me buy my first vintage lens for my old Canon 600D, it was a Pentacon 50mm f/1.8 M42 mount and I was thrilled for what I could get for only some bucks. And as many other vintage lens users I got immediately hooked. Looking everywhere, local flea markets, charity shops, all in hopes of finding the next bargain. As I upgraded my camera to a Sony A7 this really could see the full potential of vintage lenses, as manual focusing with a modern DSLR was not easy.

Today I mainly work in graphic design, motion design and photography. I also have experience in front-end web development. This blog was created in order to find inspiration to improve my writing abilities in English and of course inspire me to take more photos.

I am currently living and working in the western part of Norway, where I use nature as a photography studio. Thus mixing my two main passions, photography and nature hiking.

Contact info

If you have any questions or feedback, don’t hesitate to contact me. I love learning new things about photography and vintage lenses. I am currently not active on Facebook, Instagram or Flickr. Only posting some shots here and there on vintage lenses Facebook groups.

Espen Susort
984 29 810