Killing time in Beijing airport…..
- Aperture: ƒ/2
- Camera: X100S
- Taken: 6 August, 2014
- Focal length: 23mm
- ISO: 1000
- Shutter speed: 1/125s
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.
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
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.
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”
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.
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.
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.
Made on an evening walk around town, back in 2009. Damn time flies….
Went passed this cow, when I was on my way to photograph the sunset at the lighthouse at Rudbjerg Knude in Jutland.
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.
Wont say much about this one, it’s all up to you.
Early sunset as seen from Antelope Island State Park, HDR made from 7 exposures. I was amazed by how calm the water was, showing off the perfect reflection.
From an evening trip I had to Kronborg castle earlier this year, with my girlfriend and one of her friends.