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More About Our Company
FEJS was started by Fredrik, Emil, Johan och Sven in 2011 as a result of an increasing interest in photography, an interest that started some ten years ago. Today we are five members.
Fredrik Sörvåg: Norwegian entrepreneur who’s claiming to be in Sweden strictly as a humanitarian aid. Very creative and an incredible problem solver.
Emil Byström: Doctorate in chemistry and experiments in photography as much as in the lab. The only one we know who owns a lens-baby and a Hoodmanloop.
Johan Forsman: Cigar connoisseur at the local gas station. Capable nature photographer who has connection on the other side (in this case B&H New York).
Sven Thunéll: Production manager at the local water and waste company Vakin, with an aching for all sorts of wild life. Thorough and partly obsessive.
Göran Bylund: Microbiologist and our only Nikon shooter. Specializes in birds and has his on hide for white-tailed sea eagles.
Our purpose with this site is to spread knowledge, inspiration and perhaps get a few laughs on the way. Every picture on the site is taken by us and up for sale (to fund our next project). Contact us at order(a)fejstime.se for more info.
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Recent Blog Posts
February 3, 2023 |
Somehow i feel that we are not alone.
May 10, 2020 |
Not a very common woodpecker and not very shy. This time sitting a bit high in the tree.
May 10, 2020 |
No more than 4 degrees Celsius and a biting wind. The common Sandpiper fights for...
May 6, 2020 |
It’s a great time for Astro photographers. Light pollution is less pronounced and the sky is clear du to...
November 3, 2018 |
Long time since last post. I haven’t had time for much shooting lately but I’m starting tom miss it....
August 12, 2018 |
These two photos were taken only a few hours apart. The first one was shot at about 00:30 and the second at 04:30....
April 2, 2018 |
Slowly spring comes this year. There is still lots of snow and nights are cold. The sun warms, and the snow thaws...