Copenhagen Skyline… or Maybe Not

Rådhuspladsen at night

I just launched a project I been working on for a while now – with my good friend Henrik Wessmann – it’s called kbh.pictures, it’s a homage to the city I live in, the capital of Denmark – Copenhagen. the site is in Danish, but your of course all welcome to drop by – see your over there!

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Sunset at Utterslev Marsh

0060_20150313_181711An evening after work I had planed to photograph the huge church – the Grundtvigs church in NV – at sunset, but when I got up there I didn’t really find it that interesting at the moment – thought it would look better during blue hour – so I continued over to the cemetery, but again it wasn’t that interesting – it was to early and there where no leaves on the trees – I then checked Google maps and found that there was a marsh/swamp just a bit further ahead. And I finally ended up on a spot that was worth photographing. and just in the last-minute.

  • Aperture: ƒ/2.8
  • Camera: E-M1
  • Taken: 13 March, 2015
  • Focal length: 60mm
  • ISO: 200
  • Shutter speed: 1/400s

Skyscraper Sun Flare

20120624_082305I found this rather cool spot, when you get this nice mixture of the modern skyscrapers and some of the old housing in Singapore. And what was even nicer was that I found it in the morning and the sun was “hanging” in the right spot.

Here’s another photo from that same spot, click me!!

  • Aperture: ƒ/5.6
  • Camera: NIKON D3S
  • Taken: 24 June, 2012
  • Focal length: 85mm
  • ISO: 200
  • Shutter speed: 1/3200s

Hey, What Are You Looking at?

Thailand_20080716_094007The first time I was in Thailand, I went to see the spot for the bridge on the river Kwai, A cool place to see if your a WWII and movie buff like I am.

I got this photo on train out there – or maybe it was on the way back, can’t really remember – it’s a train photo classic, but that doesn’t make it any worse in my book.

  • Aperture: ƒ/6.3
  • Camera: NIKON D70s
  • Taken: 16 July, 2008
  • Focal length: 200mm
  • ISO: 400
  • Shutter speed: 1/1600s

Horseshoe Bend Panorama

Horseshoe Bend PanoStitch made out of 15 separate photos. A little advise when your making stitched panoramas, turn your camera vertical and make the pano that way. of course you need more photos to make the photo, but your get a bit more room at the top and the bottom of the pano then you would if you made it with the camera horizontal.

Gone Fishing…

20130817_061829Went out early to catch me some sunrise, but was meet by this incredible morning fog. So I had to change my photography plans, and make some morning fog photos instead.

Which was cool enough by the way.

Four Birds and a Sunrise

20150509_043243Got this one a few days ago, when I was in Jutland. I got up two mornings before sunrise, went out to see if I could find some cool spots, the first morning wasn’t that good, sunrise wise, but I got another cool photo, but I’ll show that in another post. The second morning the sunrise was amazing, one of the best I seen in a long time, and I – of course – got a bunch of photos of it.

This photo was made near the end of the sunrise, there was a huge cloud hovering a bit above the horizon, and once the sun went behind it, the light was all gone.