Monthly Archives: March 2015

Brassica Napus

Hopefully not to long till we’ll see this sight again.

In the Small House by the Sea

The more time I spend by the North Sea, the more I fall in love with it and the coastline.

Milky Way Above Mongolia

On the last day of my 17 days road trip round Mongolia, we where doing an all nighter, to get to where we wanted to be for sun up. As we where driving along I noticed that the sky was Read more …

That’s Smokin’ – and podcast no. 11

Just finished my 11th “Nielsen & Wessmann” podcast. And it’s a very special one, because we started the podcast March last year, which makes this  our 1 year anniversary. And we have a little competition to celebrate it. As always Read more …

One of Many Waterfalls

One of the things Iceland is famous for.

At Stevns Once More

One of the photo’s I got at one of my many attempts to catch the fall colors at Stevns Klint. I think they never really appear here because of all the chalk in the ground. but I’m not sure.

My First Grand Canyon Sunrise

A photo of the rising sun over Grand Canyon. Made the very first time I was there, way back in 2007. But an experience I’ll never forget, I arrived during the night, and just went to sleep, to be fresh Read more …

The Man on the Railroad Tracks

I got this one out of the train window, when I took the train from Rishikesh in the north of India, down to New Delhi. You see a lot of these people walking around the railroad tracks collection all kinds Read more …

The Boy and his Grandfather

Captured these two, while I was sitting and waiting on my food, in a small restaurant some where between Ulaan Baator and the Gobi desert.

Inde i Bjerget

The title of the photo is “Inside the Mountain” because this place is called the mountain, it’s not a mountain but an apartment building and a car parking house at the same time. It’s pretty cool and quiet photogenic. And Read more …

Dybbøl Mølle

Aperture: ƒ/8Camera: NIKON D70sTaken: 10 June, 2007Focal length: 18mmISO: 200Shutter speed: 1/400s

A Small Lake in Yellowstone

I sometimes fool around with photos in post, like this one, which I didn’t think too much off when I first started. It was a stitch made from 3 photos, and  I kind of liked the reflection in the lake. Read more …

Buying Fruit

A woman out buying some goods, in a street market in Marrakesh, Morocco.

Car Decay

The one and so far only time I’ve been on a car cemetery, was back in 2011, when I was on a trip to Sweden with some of the guys and girls from my local photo group. I’m not a Read more …

The Swings

I did tone down two windows in the background – you can still slightly see them if you look closely – to give the photo a dark and creepy feel. I didn’t use flash – I almost never do – Read more …

Utterslev Mose Sunset

Made this one a week ago, when we had a super awesome sunset here in Copenhagen. I went out to Utterslev Mose (mose means swamp in Danish). I never been out there before, so it was all kind of new Read more …

Above Bologna

From a trip to Bologna, Italy, back in 2007. It was made from one of the famous “two towers”. I added the de-focus in Photoshop, to give the photo a bit more edge. Other wish I thought is was bit Read more …

One Early Morning in Germany

When I was in Rügen, Germany, I just couldn’t get enough of the awesome looking building. It’s the Pier in Selin, in German called Seebruecke.

The Lady with the Pink Shoes

So I reached post number 1500, I’ve had the blog for around 5 years now. But the first couple of years I only posted 1-3 photos a week, and now I do my very best you post a least one Read more …

The Forbidden Fisherman

I went out to catch the sunrise on the iconic location of the of the corners of the Forbidden City in Beijing. I – to no surprise – wasn’t the only one with that idea. But I got my photo, Read more …

Texan Sunset

A panorama of one of the many awesome sunset I got, while I was in Texas back in 2010.

Photo Line Up

I was walking around Ulaan Baator, on my first day there, I always like to do that, when I arrive in a new city, just walk around with no specific destination in mind. It’s a good way to get a Read more …

Unionkul

Made this one a few weeks ago, on a little evening trip around the harbor here in Copenhagen. And I a sucker for this old crane, there are actually two of them, but this one is the easiest to photograph.

Crater Lake Sunrise

On my last trip to the US, I spend two days in and around Crater Lake in Oregon. I said it before but I’ll say it again, it’s a wonderland for any landscape photographer and/or hiking enthusiast. Remember you can Read more …

Buzzing Cars on Golden Gate Bridge

Went for an old analog look, for this not tack sharp photo of the Golden Gate Bridge. I just liked the “buzzing” heads and tail lights of the cars on the bridge to much, to just throw this one in Read more …

Mongolia’s Old Capital

Kharkhorin was the capital of Mongolia, when Genghis Khan use to rule, back in the old old days. I added the motion blur to the clouds in post, because I felt the photo need an attention factor. And some leading lines Read more …

Father & Daughter

On my way back to the hotel, after an early morning – sunrise – photo walk about in Battambang, Cambodia. I came by these two, sitting in this hammock and enjoying the morning sun.

A Guy and His Ukulele

Captured this guy on my last day of my 17 days road-trip in Mongolia. He was the gate keep in the Ger camp I stayed in. I wasn’t quiet sure what kind of music he was playing, but guess would Read more …

Wheat, Sun and Wind turbines

Made last summer on a trip to north Jutland, I was out all night making photos, and ended it all off with a sunrise that would make any landscape photography wet in the pants.

A Bangkok Market

Made at some market in Bangkok, on my very first visit to Thailand. I do not remember the name nor the location of this market. It’s simply to long ago. What I can tell you, is that is a stitch Read more …

Prints in the Snow

Here’s a 10 step animated GIF, where you can see the edits I made in the post process. (note to self, next time add numbers, to indicate where you are in the process)

Rocks at Kullen

I had just bought the Olympus 60mm f2.8 macro lens, and my first time testing it in the field, was on my trip to Kullen with my good friend Henrik Wessmann. And what a lens, it’s not very good looking, but Read more …

Long Hua Co.

This one was made in Chinatown in San Francisco, the last time I was in this amazing city. When I’m in town I always spend a lot of time in and around Chinatown, it’s such a fascinating place, and a Read more …

Deep in the Medina

Here’s a photo from my trip to Morocco back in 2009, I spend a week in this beautiful country, mainly in Marrakesh where this photo was made. But I also had a few days in Casablanca. The photo was made Read more …

Yurts and Stars

I spend the night in this yurt or actually I only slept there for two hours, before I was getting up and out for sunrise. I had hoped that the milky way had been right above it, from this angel, Read more …

Lisa

Made this photo of my girlfriend, when she went with me hunting sunsets on the beaches of northern Jutland last year. Thanks for tagging along and for having enough patience to stick around while I’m fooling around with my camera Read more …

Shooting Stars with a 4/3 Camera

Made this star photo with my Olympus OM-D E-M5 and my Samyang 7.5mm f3.5 Fisheye lens. I wanted to see how well it would do, when put to the test of a long exposure night time star photography capture. And I Read more …

Waiting for the River

Kampong Phulk is normally “filled” with water, by that I mean it’s a floating city. But when you visit – like I did – right before the rainy season, it’s all dried up. Which is also kind of cool to Read more …

A Horse with Many Names

Captured this fella on a drive around the countryside in northern Jutland last Christmas.

Is it a Message from Above

This is one of my very first photos from The Faroe Islands, I made it out of the car window, will driving from the airport to the place I was staying. On my very first trip up there in 2010.

Solopgang Over Kanal København

Well I started to stitch a few panoramas together lately. This being one of them. It’s one of the canals here in Copenhagen, I made it last year in May, with my OM-D E-M1. I was out with a guy Read more …

Grass Eaters

Gorkhi Terelj National Park is a totally awesome spot for any landscape photographer, and it’s not more the a couple of hours away from Ulaan Baator. I only had half a day there – and the weather wasn’t on my Read more …

Photobooth Instant Camera Walk

All photos where made in the summer of 2013 on the Photobooth monthly instant camera walk in the mission in San Francisco, and they are all made with the Polaroid Land Camera 104. Not My own though, I didn’t bring Read more …

Out of My Dreams and into My Car

Made on an evening stroll around La Huerta, Mexico. back in 2011, when I was evacuated to the city for a week, because of the hurricane Jova, hitting the Pacific coast of Mexico.

Baby it’s Cold Outside

This one went through Topaz Impression as well, but I also added some extra texture to it in Photoshop, to give it a tat more gritty look.

Grass and Sunlight

I just bought the new plug-in from Topaz called Impression. It imitates different kind of paintings, by that I mean it imitates the brush or pencil strokes, the colors and so forth from famous paintings and painters. It does a pretty good Read more …

Aggersund Sunrise

This was captured after an all-nighter, where I was trying to catch me some stars.But I soon found out that star photography is not that easy in the summertime here in Denmark, because it never gets really dark at night. Read more …