Category Archives: High Dynamic Range

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.

Sunrise over Palouse Falls

I stayed two nights at Palouse Falls, when I was in Washington State back in 2013. I got up on the first morning for sunrise. But the sun wasn’t rising quite where I would have liked it too, So I Read more …

Mountain Reflection

Is there anything more peaceful than sitting surrounded by nature, and with a view like this. Well I can’t think of any.

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 …

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.

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 …

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 …

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 …

The Forever Sunset

After the color festival in Utah in 2013, I was hanging out with some of the other photographers the next couple of days. We went to Antelope Island State Park, one evening to catch the setting sun. And what a Read more …

Hut Reflection

This one is from my last trip to Jutland. I’m going back up there in a week. And hopefully I’ll get some time to get out and do a bit of photography. Really looking forward to it.

Water Droplets in a Spiderweb

We all got our photo bucket lists, and I always wanted to make a photo like this one. Morning dew in a spiderweb. The sunrise in the background is just an extra – extremely awesome – bonus. There where so Read more …

The Forest is Full of Trees

Another sweet spot photo. This time I was in a place called “Åsen” (can’t really translate that into English) which is a place, that’s about an hour’s drive from where I live. I got it recommended by a friend of Read more …

Goose tower times two

This is the icon of the city I was born in, it’s called the goose tower, because at the top of it, there is a golden goose, put there by the king to tease the enemy, at that time it Read more …

Dreaming of a Better Place

I was amazed by how many people where sleeping at the train stations in Tokyo, for some reason I had the illusion that there where no homeless people in Japan. But of course they have the same problems as the Read more …

Eldorado Casino, Reno

Camera: NIKON D800Shutter speed: 1.3sAperture: ƒ/8ISO: 50Focal length: 14mmTaken: 19 August, 2013Location:

Cows, train and hills

Before and after comparison.

Tower of London and Tower Bridge

Sitting at the Hilton Hotel in Vienna, totally busted after a hard week in the dolomites, the last to days I got up a 4 in the morning to get a sunrise, both days where to cloudy and the sun Read more …

Frederikssund Sunset

Camera: NIKON D3SShutter speed: 1/2.5sISO: 200Taken: 5 May, 2010Location:

Volvo Amazon

September last year, I bought my first car since 1995, it’s a Volvo Amazon from 1967, a car that I have always dreamed of owning but never thought that I would, So I’m a really happy guy right now. At the moment Read more …

Sumba view

Here’s a photo that I really proud of. The town below is Sumba, the southern most town on the Faroe Islands, here I stayed with some fiends for a couple of days in 2010, we stayed in the black house obliquely Read more …

I Win Hostel

I was asked to make at photo of the hostel I stayed at in Siem Reap, by the owner, or actually is was my Tuk-tuk driver and friend Mab how asked me, but it was the “boss-man” who wanted it. Read more …

At the lake

Still running around Tyrol, Austria, making photos, to-night I just made some amazing lightning photos, that I’m really looking forward to show you. But to kill time, here’s a photo I made in Cambodia one day when me and my Read more …

Svinkløv Badehotel

Here’s another one from my trip to north Jutland a little more than a month ago. The name of the hotel is Svinkløv Badehotel, badehotel means “bath hotel” if you translate it directly from Danish, but the real meaning is that Read more …

The Place Edward Scissorhands Lives

Have you see the old Tim Burton movie Edward Scissorhands? If you haven’t then I encourage you to do so, it’s definitely one of his best. Well, my point in mention that movie is that on my Mexican road trip last year, I Read more …

Will you be mine

I was driving south in Yellowstone national park, cause I wanted to get some nice sunset photos at the Grand Prismatic Spring, but I soon found out that I was running late, and the sun was gonna be gone before Read more …

The Little House by the Forest

Happy birthday daddy, I hope you had a great day.

Dos amigos

I just got little under a month left here in Mexico, so far it’s been a pleasure being here, the Mexican people are so nice and friendly, the only downside is, that I don’t speak Spanish – and only a Read more …

There is Light at the End of the Tunnel

I’m still in Mexico, but I haven’t started working yet, we are waiting for the hurricane Jova to pass us. Going a bit crazy with all the waiting…..

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 Lab

I think this is some sort of atomic center or office, it’s from the abandon city Pripyat, Ukraine. unfortunately I was not allowed to go inside, that could have been quiet interesting. This is a HDR made from 5 RAW 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 …

Last Break

Another photo from my Chernobyl exhibition in April 2011.

Please stay with me

This is the first release from my favorite city in the world – or at least of the ones I’ve visited so far – San Francisco. It’s hard to describe what it is about San Francisco that I like so much, or then again Read more …

Hi! He’s Looking at You Kid

I was walking around the streets of Marrakesh with my friend Thomas, when we incidentally came by these old movie posters hanging at the front of an even older building. And right away the movie geek in me though, there must be Read more …

A stream filled with wadding

I can’t remember why – perhaps just for the fun of it – but I was walking around Frederiksberg Garden, with my camera and a Sigma 20mm 1.8 lens. The garden has all these small streams running through, I decided Read more …

The Bumper Cars in Pripyat

Camera: NIKON D3SShutter speed: 1/160sAperture: ƒ/5.6ISO: 200Focal length: 24mmTaken: 27 May, 2010Location:

India in Tivoli

Just returned from My trip to Sweden, but unfortunately I don’t have time to-day to process one of the shoots from the trip, you have to wait a bit longer for one of those. Instead I give you a photo Read more …

Spin Baby, Spin

This is a photo from Nice, France. I was walking around the city on My last night in town, and came by this small square/park area, where they were putting up this amusement park, there were no customers around, but 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.

Viktoriagade

Camera: NIKON D3SShutter speed: 1/2000sISO: 200Taken: 18 April, 2010

Fifth and Idaho

Camera: NIKON D300Shutter speed: 1/1000sAperture: ƒ/8ISO: 100Focal length: 12mmTaken: 19 July, 2010

Holger Danske

Here we have the guy who will wake up at defend the Danes against an attacking enemy or that’s the way the legend goes anyway. By the way he sleep’s beneath this castle if you are planing an attack you should Read more …

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 …

Tribute To Ratcliff

This is a tribute to Trey Ratcliff, not that I think he’s a cow (I admire him and his work a lot), but right after I made this photo, he’s “The Horse of Sagas” came to mind, I don’t know Read more …

Lake near Jamestown

Last year – 2009 – I was on a 10 days trip to Washington DC, here I took some time out to go on a trip to Jamestown, Virginia.Because I thought it would be cool to see the first British Read more …

Where The Streets Have No Name

I was on a weekend trip to France, in spring 2010, I stayed in a small town called Tourrettes Sur Lupe, and when I say small town I mean small town, there was a main road going straight through town, Read more …

When Nature Takes Over

In May 2010 I was in Ukraine with some of the guys from the photo club that I’m a member of, we went there to visit the radio active zone in and around Chernobyl and Pripyat, it’s a very creepy Read more …