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Canson Arches

First and foremost the manufacturer of the great paper I use:

Christian Houge

One of the most exciting Norwegian photographers that are becoming internationally recognized.

Joseph Holmes

Holmes create his own color space that provides exciting opportunities. His pictures are worth a study.

Cambridge in Colour

This is a general page about photography I found are serious and informative.

Imatch Management

This is the image database I use a lot, it‘s great for “image nerds

Wilhelm Imaging Research

 Wilhelm Imaging Research has become one of the most authoritative sites for research on duration of prints. All honor to Henry Wilhelm.


I have followed and discussed with Ed Hamrick about his development of scanner software VueScan for many years and love it. It comes with support for almost all known scanners, and instals quickly and easily from the web. I think this is the best aid to digitalisiering using scanners.


Norwegian photography enthusiasts can not get around FOTO.NO, a strong resource page for photograph in Norway.


Bruce Lindbloom

Bruce Lind Bloom is a colorful scientist in imaging. There is a lot of knowledge, tools and calculators on his website.

Stephen Johnson

I love landscape and nature photography, here’s a guy who was the first to shoot high resolution with digital backs to large format in nature, and he impresses still, check Stephen Johnson galleries.

Hutch Color

HutchColor, LLC, : Color management solutions for high-end professionals:


Never buy camera or lens without checking the facts.

Imaging resources

Mere tests and product info for us nerds 🙂


FotoWare is a Norwegian system for keeping track of all your digital assets, primarily if you have very many pictures. Used by small and large companies worldwide, including some of the world’s largest image users.


On Pinterest you can share pictures, get feedback and see much valueable and interesting information.
Pixel Peeper

Pixel Peeper

Pixel Peeper allows you to search images taken with specific camera or lens, very useful when evaluating what equipment you should wish for. You can see pretty quickly how well a lens performs, especially if you search on images taken with high resolution camera.

Jo Bentdal

 Jo is an exciting photographer with several series that are suitable both in the home and workplace. Contact him for a philosophical or scientific discussion, then you get an experience :).


On Flickr, you can upload photos, set keywords so they can be found by anyone looking for pictures, and then you can place them on the map, so people who are interested in just where you’ve been will be able to find them. You will find an incredible number of photos there, one can search pictures from places, persons, specific types of cameras and various other ways to search.


Instagram is the place where you upload images from your phone, but you can copy them from PC to smartphone and then upload too. Very fun, very popular, if you use hashtags like #stensethphoto, everybody will be able to search for them using that keyword, making it easy to reach millions of users.