About Me

Who am I? 37 year old, living in Trondheim, Norway with my husband and two sons.

I have been interested in photography for a long time, but it’s only the last two years that I actually started to learn more about photography and my camera. I have a Canon EOS 60D. The lenses I use the most are the Sigma 17-70 mm f/2,8-4,5 with macro, and the Canon 50 mm f/1,8. I also have a Canon 70-300 mm f/4.

I try to bring my camera with me whenever I’m out and about, but I must admit that I find it too much to carry around when going to work and such.

I started this blog in 2012, when I did a 366 days project (366 days because it was a leap year). I will not do a project this year, but I will of course continue to share photos.


53 thoughts on “About Me

  1. Inga you have fantastic photos! Your blog is one of the ones I look forward to seeing on my Read Blog window. Thank you for the recent nomination. Being new to blogging, I do not understand this whole awards thing so I haven’t posted anything in response yet (I’m sorry). Thank you and look forward to seeing more from β€œIngaphotography”. Have a great day.

    1. Sorry about that, Rob. I have reblogged to send my readers there a few times, but I should definitely mentioned it on this page too. I will fix it later as I’m doing everything by phone still. Seems like getting online when one moves takes a while – even in 2012. In the meanwhile the address to the travel blog is http://ingaphotographytravels.wordpress.com . It hasn’t been updated in a while though… πŸ™‚

  2. What type of camera do you have? I have been looking for a professional camera with clear capturing for awhile now..nikon??

    1. Hi Savannah, I use a Canon EOS 60D. ItΒ΄s not really a professional camera, more somewhere between amateur and professional. I wish I had better (and more expensive) lenses though that fits the camera better though. I think both Nikon and Canon are great cameras and itΒ΄s all about your preferences. And I have learned that a lot has to do with the person behind the camera than how expensive the camera is. That said, itΒ΄s definitely a difference between the amateur ones and the professional ones. Good luck hunting for a camera that you like. And thanks for stopping by πŸ™‚

  3. I like your style. Your photos are great. I’ve got a 55 mm 1.8G but just doesn’t seem to get the same results. Norway is beautiful by the way. I hope to find some Norway landscapes on here!

    1. Thanks so much! I hope you will enjoy following, and there should be plenty of Norwegian landscapes in here too πŸ™‚ As for the 50 mm, you just need to get used to it – specially with the focus I guess. Just a tip πŸ™‚

  4. Inga, I’m glad you came over to like my posts as I now I see the system says I am not “following” you. Am sure I hit the button, but never mind that can be corrected now. πŸ˜ƒ MM πŸ€

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