Category Archives: Architecture

The Point of the Aller Building

I really like this view of the Aller building here in Copenhagen. It totally messes with my brain, when I can’t quiet see where the building ends and the ground starts. I have a great respect for the architect that Read more …

Cykelslangen

Here’s – sort of – my first photo of the relatively new bike bridge here in Copenhagen. The title “Cykelslangen” is the nickname of the bridge, it means “inner tube”, but the word “slange” also means snake. And because the bridge Read more …

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 …

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 …

Grand Central Hallway

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

Another Mexican Church

High dynamic range photo from a church in Mexico, I happened upon, when I was driving around the west side of country back in 2011.

A Fisheye at the Fish Mall

Made this one a few days ago, when I was out with a newly found photographer friend, Jacob Surland (find his website here: caughtinpixels.com) This is an HDR made with my Olympus E-M1, and the Samyang 7.5mm fisheye. Made from Read more …

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 …

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 …

UN City in Copenhagen

I been looking for an alternative to the – ridiculously – expensive Lee and Hi-Tech filters for a while now. And I think I found one, the ND1000 filter from Zomei, it’s a square filter (100mm x 100mm) like the Read more …

Bend Over

The more I use my Samyang fisheye for my OM-D, the more I’m liking it.This is my first HDR photo made with that lens, and as you can see it works great for HDR’s as well. This is a little Read more …

Leave, Before it’s to Late

Camera: NIKON D800Shutter speed: 2.5sAperture: ƒ/22ISO: 100Focal length: 14mmTaken: 9 May, 2013Location:

Let’s Play Some Poker

Camera: NIKON D70sShutter speed: 1/1000sAperture: ƒ/5.3ISO: 400Focal length: 65mmTaken: 27 May, 2006

Birdy Nam Nam

Here’s an old one from India, I think is was made in the Red Fort in Agra, but I’m not sure. The title comes from the very funny Peter Sellers movie by the same name, don’t know why I came Read more …

A True Believer

This morning at 06.10 I flew to Austria with my girlfriend, we are gonna spend 2 weeks here, one in Tyrol (where we are now) and one in Vienna, really looking forward to make photos of the incredible landscape in Read more …

They Went All the Way

Camera: NIKON D70sShutter speed: 1/2sAperture: ƒ/6.3ISO: 1600Focal length: 18mmTaken: 18 January, 2008

It’s a Long Way to the Top

Camera: NIKON D70sShutter speed: 1/6sAperture: ƒ/5.6ISO: 800Focal length: 10.5mmTaken: 18 January, 2008

Will You Join Me

Camera: NIKON D70sShutter speed: 1/25sAperture: ƒ/3.5ISO: 1600Focal length: 18mmTaken: 18 January, 2008

It Felt Like Old Times

Camera: NIKON D70sShutter speed: 1/320sAperture: ƒ/5.6ISO: 200Focal length: 18mmTaken: 19 January, 2008

The Royal Danish Library

Here’s a shoot I made on my way home from work a few years ago, it is as the title says of The Royal Danish Library, also know as the Black Diamond, here’s another photo of it, with a short Read more …

The Address Downtown Dubai

Today you get a new shot from my last adventure in the United Arab Emirates, this is a shot of “The Address Downtown” in Dubai, that is actually its name. It took me a while to figure that out, but as Read more …

Up, Up, Up

Another shot from my New York City trip last week. This was made right outside the Trinity Church on Broadway.

Curve

Can anybody guess what this is?

Lights Out

Camera: COOLPIX S3Shutter speed: 1/4sAperture: ƒ/3ISO: 200Focal length: 5.8mmTaken: 13 July, 2006

Take me to the Other side

What is you opinion on the star looking lights? Normally I not that found of them, I prefer the lights to look “normal” you know without the star effect, but when you are making HDR it’s almost impossible to avoid them. Read more …

There’s Always Light on the Other Side

I added a new concert galley called “Raven McCoy” (it’s a gallery on my Danish site and it opens in a  new window) My friend Rod asked me if I would help him make some photos of a friend and Read more …

Back to the Future

This is a view of the entrance/exit to the subway at Potsdamer Platz in Berlin, where I spent a few days in the summer of 2006. I just arrived with the subway at Potsdamer Platz, and walk out on the Read more …

From a Dream…..Maybe

I had a one-week holiday in Morocco with a good friend, at the end of October 2009, we spent most of the time in Marrakesh where we stayed in a Riad in the middle of the old Medina, an amazing Read more …

The Grid

Well here’s and old one, in 2006 I was in London for the first time in my life, and I must admit that it’s a very cool city to stay in. This photo is from the British museum, which it’s Read more …

Courmes

After driving around the mountains for a few hours, the road ended in this small town called Courmes, my guess would be that there was about 50 people living here, after walking around the town for a bit, I headed Read more …

The Black Diamond

I was walking around Copenhagen with a very good friend of mine, we where just talking and enjoying the weather, I – of course – had brought my camera, and made a few photos here and there. This one is Read more …

Jefferson Memorial

I went out to shoot some nighttime photos in DC and forgot the camera shoe for my tripod.  Here, the camera was set on the ground with a small stone under the lens to raise it a bit – When Read more …

Row 47

On a small photowalk through Copenhagen, with some friends from the local photo club, we came by Marmorkirken (which means “Marbel Church” in Dansih)Where we went inside, it’s a really cool place to shoot cause your are able to bringe Read more …

Tour Eiffel

Well there isn’t much to say about this photo, I was in Paris with my girlfriend, and of course I had to make a picture of the Eiffel Tower, and this one is the one I think worked out the Read more …

Brasserie

My girlfriend and I were on a weekend trip to Tourrette Sur Lupe, France in the spring of 2010. We had rented a car and most of the Saturday were spent on driving to the nearby towns, among them Point Sur Read more …

Széchenyi Lánchíd

Well on our Eastern Europe trip we arrived in Budapest, where were stayed a few days. Budapest is a really beautiful city, on its own Eastern European way, and I mean that in a very positive way. Take a city Read more …

Reflections of a cloud

After three weeks in a mobile home with four friends through Eastern Europe, we ended up in Berlin on a Friday where we had to fly back to Denmark, Monday, so we had a weekend in the fantastic capital of Read more …