Monthly Archives: October 2015

At the Beginning of Vesterbro Street

Made this photo one night on my way home from the studio. Here’s a before and after comparison for you.

Palouse Falls Sunset

This is my take at the sort of famous Palouse Falls. There was an awesome sunset, but it was just in the “wrong” direction, the sun was setting behind me. out to the right of the frame, where there was nothing Read more …

My Driver in the Mirror

One of the many tuk-tuk drives, that gave me a ride, when I was in Bangkok, Thailand, back in 2012.

She Came in From the Light

Camera: X100SShutter speed: 1/125sAperture: ƒ/5.6ISO: 3200Focal length: 23mmTaken: 29 June, 2015

The Angle Above Us

Just finished my 17th podcast “Nielsen & Wessmann”. As always it’s in Danish and I made it with my good friend Henrik Wessmann. And after the last disaster of bad sound – we sorry about that – we got our Read more …

A Great Spot for Watching Sunsets

Some benches are placed in just the right spot, like this one in Brøndbyhavn – a harbor, not far from where I live – here you can sit a watch the sun going down over the sea.

A Gefion Fountain Sunset

This is an HDR I made with my Fuji x100s. after all the usual HDR processing, I added a bit of Analog Efex Pro 2 magic, to get the look just right.

Subway Station in Kiev

Been away for a few days. I spend some time in a place called “Rebild Bakker” A hilly and very beautiful area in Jutland. I was on my very first photo assignment . Pictures coming soon. Today’s photo got nothing Read more …

Walking Up the Stairs

I already posted one photo from this spot, but that’s how it is when you find a cool spot, you tend to get more then one good photo from there. Find the first one here

The House With No Name

I was actually googling, to find the name of this building. But it appears to me that it doesn’t have one, which I find kind of odd. I now the place is called Teglholmen, but what’s the name of the Read more …

Nothing on the Horizon

My first trip in 2015, was a morning trip to Kullen in Sweden, with my good friend and podcast partner Henrik Wessmann. I’d never been to Kullen before so it was quite amazing to see. The weather wasn’t the best, Read more …

Ave Maria

A church I came by, on my walk across England, this summer. HDR from seven exposure. The high number is because I wanted details in the very beautiful – and very bright – windows. Here’s a before and after comparison.

A17

One of my favorite subjects to photograph, when I’m in northern Jutland. Are these awesome looking fishing boats. And what makes it even more awesome is that you can get the setting sun over the ocean, right behind them or Read more …

Chinatown in San Francisco

Camera: E-M5Shutter speed: 1/2500sAperture: ƒ/3.2ISO: 200Focal length: 35mmTaken: 18 July, 2013

Blue Hour at the Harbor

I was out one evening with my friend Tobias, it was a quiet spontaneous thing, and the only camera I had with me was my x100s. But I learned a thing or two about that camera, which only made it Read more …

Grand Central Hallway

In a corner of Grand Central Station, New York City.

The Old El Capitan

Another texture crazy photo, this one from Yosemite. Looking at it now, I think the frame might be a bit to big and dominant.

A Night by the Lakes

Made this one on my way home from the studio, one night in August. It’s actually started out as a HDR photo, but I only used the darkest photo to manually blend in a bit more detail in the lamp Read more …

A Snail on the Right Path

“Macro” photography with my Fuji X100s. Man… that camera is all around, and I love it.

Watching a Game of Petanque

This guy was very occupied, watching a bunch of other guys playing petanque. And he wasn’t holding back with a comment or two on how they where playing.

Saksun Landscape

Saksun, one of my absolute favorite places on the Faroe Islands.

Tree Vs Cloud

Made this one on my way back, after a long day of exploring and making photos at a temple north of Angkor Wat, Cambodia. A storm was coming in – it started raining short after this photo was made – Read more …

Reflected Green

Made on my hike across the UK, this summer.