In photography Bokeh (from Japanese boke), is the aesthetic quality of the back- or foreground blur. Photographers love all kinds of tests where lens performance is measured by resolution, contrast or edge light falloff, but the bokeh can’t really be measured. You either like it or not, or maybe you don’t even think about it at… Read more »
Monthly Archives: March 2012
Tapani is working hard at the moment. Jazz & Fly Fishing´s Season One is soon up for release on DVD, and Tapani has gotten the important but dirty job of color correcting and color grading the whole 9 episodes. This is a massive job, since it involves adjusting the esthetics of the picture in every… Read more »
This video works anywhere in the world, but Norwegians, Swedes and Danes will probably enjoy it the most. Check it:
The Italian jazz site JazzConvention (J.C.) has just published an interview with a couple of the Jazz & Fly Fishing guys. Read it, and you’ll find answers to questions such as “If each of you were a fish, which fish would it be?” or “Who, among you, has the best score in fishing?” There’s also… Read more »
After a long, dark winter things are finally starting to look better. Today it’s vernal equinox, and the lighter 6 months are ahead of us! Two weeks ago I saw the first flying insects this year, me and Fredrik have filled our fly boxes for the seatrout season, and the lakes are inevitably losing their… Read more »
This is what I´ve been working on the last couple of days. I have nightmares about eyes now… The music is a piece called “Göteborg”, written and performed by Jazz & Fly Fishing. I remixed it a bit. Hope you like it!
Spring is here (well, sort of). And the first scent of spring always brings an ustoppable urge to go fishing. Where? Not important. How? Not important. For what? Not important either. Since most lakes and streams are still frozen solid up here, early spring fly fishing in Scandinavia usually means fishing in the ocean for… Read more »
Last week the snow almost melted away. Spring is slowly coming, just a few more weeks and it will be green everywhere. A couple of days ago I went up to a park close to where I live. I brought a #5 rod and an old yellow DT-line. Thought it would be a good idea… Read more »
We all hate it when beautiful, untouched waters are ruined by hydroelectric powerplants. But too few of us try to do something to prevent it. The other day, I stumbled upon this video from 2007 featuring the great Icelandic rock band Sigur Ros. Protesting against the building of an enormous dam project called the Kárahnjúkar… Read more »
I´d just like to inform our German-speaking friends that there´s a nice spread about Jazz & Fly Fishing in the latest issue of the German fly fishing magazine Fish & Fliege. Czech it out!