Preikestolen, Norway - April 2014

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The man on the edge: digernes

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Somewhere in Norway, April 2014

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Side track on Flickr.

Side track on Flickr.

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Sense of scale on Flickr.
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On the edge @ Preikestolen on Flickr.
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Preikestolen (“Pulpit Rock”) on Flickr.
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Hello Atle, I am completely inspired by your work. I have finally decided to buy a camera of my own, and I am looking into the X100s. I am looking to using it as an all purpose camera but mostly landscape and street. Would you recommend it? Thank you kindly.

Hi! First of all thank you for kind feedback. Really means a lot! I highly recommend the X100s as a all purpose camera. It´s small enough to be brought along and performs great! Good luck choosing your new camera :)

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mortenfrool, March 2014

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Norwegian championship in cheerleading 2014

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Member Profile: Atle Rønningen.

Would like to thank Marc Lafrenière for this interview.



Atle Rønningen | Norway | Fuji X100S & X-T1.


myfujix: Where are you from, and where do you currently live?

AR: I’m from a little village, about a one hour drive from Oslo, in Norway. I eventually moved to Oslo about 15 years ago.

myfujix: Tell us a bit about yourself.

AR: I have a beautiful wife and a daughter, and I work as a manager for an IT-consultancy business. I enjoy to travel, but I really love to spend my free time within Norway’s nature.

myfujix: Why are you into photography?

AR: Photography has always been close to my heart. That interest has really grown over the last couple of years. I feel fortunate for living in Norway, where nature has a lot to offer. I try to take advantage of it as much as possible, by hiking the local trails. I really enjoy breathing that fresh mountain air! Exploring, along with photography, is perfect. My goal, as a photographer, is to highlight the isolated beauty of the Norwegian wilderness.

myfujix: Who is your favourite photographer, and why?

AR: There are many landscape photographers that I find inspiring. At this point in time, I’m really trying to challenge myself to take better portraits. I would say, that Jakob, embodies wonderful work. He captures perfect moments and his expressions, within his portrait work, is phenomenal. I’m also a big fan of his clean processing style.

myfujix: What X-Series camera do you use, and why?

AR: I got into Fujifilm through numerous connections with landscape photographers on Twitter. I noticed that a lot of them were using Fuji’s X-Series lineup. I bought the X100S as soon as it came out, and I don’t regret it! I find the X100S is perfect for hiking, and has great built quality. I can easily conceal it under my jacket. I’m happy to say that I also recently picked up the Fuji X-T1, and all I can say: it’s outstanding! The EVF (electronic viewfinder) and the quick AF (auto focus) is really amazing. The built in WiFi and “Camera Remote App” on the phone also come in handy.

myfujix: Tell us a little bit about the photo you chose for this profile.


AR: This photo was taken with the X100S. It was during one of my hikes to Øvre Ardal in Norway. It’s a 4.5 hour drive from Oslo, and a 2 hour walk to this specific location. I always look forward to return to this very spot!

Atle Rønningen’s work can be found on his website, Twitter, Flickr, & Tumblr.

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