My passion for vintage lenses was born during my days as a graphic design student, when my limited budget forced me to seek out affordable photography equipment. That’s when I stumbled upon a Pentacon 50mm f/1.8 M42 mount lens for my Canon 600D, and I was amazed by what I could capture for just a few bucks. Like many vintage lens enthusiasts, I became hooked and scoured local flea markets and charity shops in search of my next great find. When I upgraded to a Sony A7 camera, I fully realized the potential of these lenses, as manual focusing on a modern DSLR presented a unique challenge.

Today, my work centers around graphic and motion design, as well as photography. I also have experience in front-end web development. I created this blog to improve my English writing skills and to inspire myself to capture more photos.

Currently based in western Norway, I frequently use nature as my photography studio, combining my two passions of photography and hiking.

Contact info

If you have any questions or feedback, I welcome the opportunity to learn more about vintage lenses and photography. While I’m not active on social media platforms such as Facebook, Instagram, or Flickr, I occasionally post my shots on vintage lenses Facebook groups. Don’t hesitate to reach out to me.

Espen Susort
984 29 810