Monthly Archives: August 2015

Clouds Over Palm Trees

I was on my way back to the hotel, after a long day of shooting. When a storm was building up on the horizon. And that just made a long day of shooting a little bit longer. This one was Read more …

A Flying Thing on Some Sort of Yellow Flower

A random photo from my trip to Austria with my girlfriend, way back in 2012. But in 2 weeks we off to Israel for a week. Really looking forward to it.

Old Faithful Inn

Today I wanna show you what an effect adding textures to your photo can have, simply by showing you a before and after comparison of today’s photo. The textures – and the warm color – brings back the extra feeling, Read more …

The Tree II

A little summer mood, here at the end of summer. But hopefully we’ll get a lot more sun and warmth early autumn as well. Fingers crossed.

Sheep & Tree

Passed this scene, on my hike across the UK, this summer. Had to wait a bit, before the sheep was right where I wanted it. But it was a welcoming rest after a long hike.

Brazil Tower

Have you seen the Terry Gilliam movie Brazil? – It’s one of my favorite movies –  do you remember the last scene, the ending? in the original version that is, not the the love conquers all US version. Anyway, I Read more …

Tree Stump Sunset

Made this one at Crater Lake, USA. Do you get that feeling of desperation, to find the perfect spot and then the perfect composition, just when the light form the setting sun is perfect? I do, a lot. But once Read more …

Man Walking Up the Stairs

Just finished my 15th podcast of “Nielsen & Wessmann”. As always it’s in Danish, but this time my good friend Henrik Wessmann couldn’t join, but we got a hold on another photography friend of ours Rod Clemen. Give it a listen Read more …

North Harbor Cranes

The view you get of the industrial part of the North Harbor, when you’re standing on the viewpoint at ferry terminal.

Boat, Birds and Sunset

Guess this must be a fishing boat with all those birds flying around, trying to catch dinner in the wake of the boat. Why did I make this one at f22? Guess I must have messed up the settings, because it Read more …

Icelandic Horses

The always photogenic Icelandic horses.

Tai Chi

This was quite a sight, a man doing tai chi on the Pyramid of the Sun in Teotihuacán, Mexico.My guess is that it was some sort of promotion for tai chi, there where a lot of people around him, and Read more …

A Bench at Grosmont Train Station

On my hike across England, I walked through the town of Grosmont. which is known for it’s old looking train station, and old steam trains. Which are actually still in use, It’s quiet a sight to see an old steam Read more …

Sunrise at Stevns Klint

My photo “Hi! He’s Looking at You Kid” is used as the cover of a newly published book here in Denmark. It’s the small book publish company, Jensen & Dalgaard, who bought the rights to use it for the cover of Read more …

Milvang

This is the sound guy, on the production I was working on when I was in Mexico, back in 2011. He’s name is Sune Milvang, and his a totally awesome dude, I didn’t know him before the production, but I Read more …

Sunset by the Creek

Got this one on a sunset hunt a few years back. Sometimes I just like to get out with no spot in mind, and see where it gets me. And sometimes you’re lucky enough to get to a good spot, Read more …

We Bring You Power

Even in the remotest parts of the United Arab Emirates, you can find something interesting to photograph.

Frilands Musset

A few days ago I went to the Open Air Museum in Lyngby for the first time, at least for as long as I can remember. And what an awesome place, it’s this area filled with old houses and farms Read more …

Bee & Flower

I don’t know the name of this “bee” in English (or in Danish for that matter). I don’t think they can sting you, and they have the ability to hoover in mid-air. Do you know the name of it? I Read more …

No!

Been away from the blog a few days. But I’m back with yet another street photo. This one’s from my trip to India back in 2009. And it was made on the streets of New Delhi.

Well, If Nobody Else Will

Street photography no. 6. Here we are in Manchester, UK. I made this one on my trip to England, this summer. Really liked the wall, so i hung around until somebody interesting came along.

Road Center Line Painters

No. 5 in the street photography frenzy. I passed these two Mongolian road center line painters, out in the middle of nowhere Mongolia.While I was road trippn’ around the country last year.

Let’s Grab a Cab

And we’re coming to day 4. in the street photography week. This one is from New York, which must be one of the best places on the planet to make street photography.

Walking the Dogs

OK, day 3. in my street photography, is more a tunnel photography kind of thing. Made this one on my recent trip to England. My Fujifilm x100s is fast becoming my favorite street photo maker, for a couple of reasons. Read more …

An Evening at the Red Square on Nørrebro

Street photography Day 2. This one is from the Red Square on Nørrebro here in Copenhagen, a great spot for street photography.

Light Rays in the Old Medina

OK, for the next week or so, I’ll be publishing a new street photo everyday. Street photography is really genre that I’m growing more and more found of. So here we go. First one up is from Marrakesh, Morocco, and Read more …