Ole's Simple Photographic Workstation From Norway

Ole's Simple Photographic Workstation From Norway

Range Govindan
Sep 22, 2010

Ole's got a simple yet very effective new workstation that he has based around his new iMac 27". It's minimal, yet works well for what he specializes in: photography. All in all, we wish that most workplaces were as clean and organized as Ole's.

Ole is an 18-year old student from Norway. He started photographing seriously in 2008. He's been using a Canon 5D for the past year. He specializes in people and landscapes. We're impressed at how good his eye is as a photographer and the amount of equipment that he's been able to get. That being said, he just recently got an iMac and is using it as his main way of working through his photos.

Hardware
- Apple Remote
- Wacom Tablet Intuos3 A5
- Logitech MX518
- External 1TB HD
- 27" iMac i7 1TB with 4GB RAM
- MacBook 13"
- Beyerdynamic DT235 headphones
- Apple Bluetooth keyboard

He plans on upgrading the iMac to 16GB in order to be able to process some of the bigger photos he works one. It's quite a significant upgrade from his 13" MacBook that he's been using for photo editing until now. He's got a Magic Mouse, but prefers using the wired Logitech gaming house. It's handy because it's got a lot of programmable buttons, making it easier and faster to use image editing software.

All in all, we like his most recent workstation the best. This is his third this year, so we'll be looking forward to see what he does when he tires of his current setup.

[all photos by Olevold]

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