Bodil & Ole




Are some of the nicest people I’ve meet in a very long time. And what is extra cool is that they own a mill, yep one of those really old school ones, unfortunately the weather was any good when I was there, so I did get a photo of the mill, but I will the next time around.

And in the short time I had there, I only got to make a portrait of Bodil (alone) with my Polaroid camera, but I’ll show you those later on.

The first photo in this little series, the one of Ole at the top, that is my all time favorite, from the whole trip. I think it tells you a lot about what kind of character Ole is. Very funny and a little bit crazy on the good side that is.

NB: the first photo is made with my Nikon D3s and a Nikkor 24-70mm f2.8 lens – the two others are made with the x100s

  • Aperture: ƒ/2
  • Camera: X100S
  • Taken: 13 September, 2014
  • Focal length: 23mm
  • ISO: 400
  • Shutter speed: 1/140s

Vesterhavs Blæst

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HDR made at Saltum beach earlier this year.

NB: “Vesterhavs Blæst” is Danish and means something like “Western Ocean Wind”

The Lighthouse at Stevns

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I been up for sunrise 4 times within the last month, and every time I driven to Stevns, to photograph the limestone cliff and the lighthouse.

This one is from my second morning, where the sunrise really sucked, but right before it, there was a really nice mist, that gave me these awesome light rays from the lighthouse light.
This isn’t the best angel to photograph the lighthouse from, I found a better one a little later, but then the light wasn’t any good, but luckily I went down there two more times….

The Hawk

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There is something about those eyes, I think they look really sad.

And I can’t blame it for being exactly that, because it was one of those hawks, that tourist can pay, to have up on their arm, and then get their picture taken. And right before the shutter clicks, a guy pulls on a robe, attached to the back of the hawk, which makes it spread out its mighty wings, because it thinks it about to fall of the arm.

I always feel really sorry for those kind of captured animals, and I never paid to get that kind of “entertainment”. Normally I don’t even make any photos of them.

  • Aperture: ƒ/4
  • Camera: X100S
  • Taken: 9 July, 2014
  • Focal length: 23mm
  • ISO: 200
  • Shutter speed: 1/2000s

Long Extend Sunrise

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Here’s a sunrise photo I made on my trip to Langeland a bit more then a month ago.

As you can see in the EXIF data below, it’s a 30sec exposure I got that using a ND 400 filter on my 24-70mm lens, but first I made a “normal” exposure, and used that one to mask in the birds sitting on the poles, because with a long exposure they are not gonna be sharp, because they move around quiet a bit in the 30 seconds in takes to make the long exposure. And then there is the fact that I had to use f20 to get the 30sec. a lens is normally sharper around f8, so I used f8 for the “normal” exposure to get as sharp an image as possible.

  • Aperture: ƒ/20
  • Camera: NIKON D3S
  • Taken: 13 September, 2014
  • Focal length: 24mm
  • ISO: 200
  • Shutter speed: 30s

Water, Mountans and Clouds

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November 3. me and my friend Henrik Wessmann are launching a new site called “The Weekly Photo Challenge”

Here we’ll post a new photographic challenge every Monday at noon (Danish time) and then you’ll have a week to do the challenge.

You can’t win anything, but we hope it’s gonna give you a reason to get out there and have some fun.

But you can read more about it on the site: The Weekly Photo Challenge

Out on the Edge

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Here’s a behind the action photo (made by my best friend Brian).



Below Carlsberg


My good friend Thomas works at Visit Carlsberg, and through he’s connections at Carlsberg, I manage to get a few hours in the old basement below the brewery. And what a scenario there is down there, I could have spent a lot more time walking around, finding new spots to photograph.

And I think it would be a great location if you do fashion/model photography.

  • Aperture: ƒ/2.8
  • Camera: NIKON D800
  • Taken: 28 August, 2013
  • Focal length: 14mm
  • ISO: 100
  • Shutter speed: 20s

Rat Rock

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I don’t know what defines a fine art photographer or a fine art photo? And who tells you if you are one?
Or is it just something you nominate yourself to be.

Is this a fine art photo? And if so why?

NB: Thanks for lending me your lens Santosh.

NB NB: The name of this small island is not “Rat Rock” but “Rat Rock Island”

Ferrari 430 Scuderia & Buick Rivira



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A few days ago, I was out with the guys n girls from my photo club, some of them had organized a shoot with 5 cars in a parking garage in the heart of Copenhagen.

I had a fun evening, making a kind of photos i rarely do. And I have never photograph cars using flash and the likes before.

  • Aperture: ƒ/5.6
  • Camera: NIKON D3S
  • Taken: 8 October, 2014
  • Focal length: 24mm
  • ISO: 200
  • Shutter speed: 1/2s

Like Farther Like Son


Caught these two at a Naadam festival, in a small town in Mongolia. These traditional Mongolian outfits are just so damn awesome, and if you add a cool looking hat, then it’s a must photograph moment.
And luckily they are willing to let you do that.

  • Aperture: ƒ/3.2
  • Camera: X100S
  • Taken: 18 July, 2014
  • Focal length: 23mm
  • ISO: 200
  • Shutter speed: 1/950s

Early Morning Bridge Trafic

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At the well-known Golden Gate view-point Battery Spencer, did you know that if you climb through the fence, you can walk a bit down the hill, and get this cool view of the bridge.

Click the geotag link below, to see the where I stood, when I made this photo.

One of the Coolest Cities in the World

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Tokyo is in my top 3 of coolest cities in the world, the list is top by San Francisco, Tokyo coming in on a close – but no cigar – second place.

Early Morning in Bryce Canyon II

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Here’s another photo from that same Bryce Canyon morning, I posted yesterday.

Early Morning in Bryce Canyon

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I was in a bit of a hurry getting to Bryce Canyon for sunrise this morning – got up a bit late – and in all the confusion I mistook the sunSET view instead of the sunRISE view, so I ended up on the “wrong” side of the canyon.
But the sunrise was amazing and I still got some pretty cool photos I think.