Edison Ballroom

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I’m having a great time in New York, I all ready got some many awesome shoots from the city, and I still got a few days left, I’m not gonna write that much, cause I wanna be out shooting instead. I will try to post a few more shoots from NY during the week.

Ok, this is the first shoot from New York – done with My brand new Olympys Pen E-PL2 – post is all done in Lightroom with a little twist from the Nik Color Efex Pro plug-in.

  • Aperture: ƒ/2.8
  • Camera: E-PL2
  • Taken: 19 March, 2011
  • Focal length: 17mm
  • ISO: 1600
  • Shutter speed: 1/25s

WW2 Memorial

Sorry for all the quick post at the moment, but I’m in New York City spending My time shoot a lot of new stuff. Hopefully I will get enough time to process one – or two – photos next week, and post them here at the blog.

This is My very first fisheye HDR, it’s made with 7 RAW exposures, and I used PhotoMatrix and Photoshop to put it all together.

Birds on Wires

I went for a hike in the mountains on Suðuroy (the south island on The Faroe Islands) to make some photos, and I got what I came for, cause almost no matter where you point your camera on The Faroe Islands there is a Kodak moment present.

Well you may say that this particular photo doesn’t do the Islands right, it could have been made anyway in the world, and you are absolutely right, but I still like it anyway.

Find more photos from The Faroes Island (the Kodak moment ones) by holding your mouse over the blog link at the top of the page and then find the “The Faroe Islands” category and click on it, or do it the easy way, by clicking on The Faroes Islands link right below the post.

This is actually a stitch of 3 photos made in Photoshop, I also used Topaz Adjust to get the photo to pop a bit more than normal.

The Game Men Play

The Game Men Play

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I was walking around My favorite city San Francisco, when I came through Chinatown, and passed this place, where a lot of Chinese men a playing this game.

Now I have two questions for you

First what’s the name of the game they are playing?
And what’s the name of the place they are sitting in? (click on the geotag link below, to see where it is)

Grob

Today’s photo is actually from today. I was coming back from My father’s birthday in South Zealand by train, at the station I decided to walk home instead of riding bus, thinking that I might catch some interesting things with My camera on the way.

I used My new Color Efex Pro plug-in from Nik Software – which is really cool – and I added some “old look” effect in Lightroom afterwards.

Calmness

Calmness

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This one deserves to be enjoyed in silence.

psst….it’s one of my favorite shoots from The Faroe Islands.

It Was as if Time Stood Still

It Was as if Time Stood Still

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Now! it’s for real I’m gonna have My first photo exhibition, it’s gonna be held together with My very good friend Rod Clemen, I’m really looking forward to it (like a kid waiting for presents at Christmas eve).

The title of the exhibition is “Pripyat – 25 years after the Chernobyl accident”, we are gonna show photos of what the city looks like today.
The opening is held on Tuesday April 26th at the Copenhagen Main Library, from 5.30PM till 8.00PM, around 6.00PM the Danish band Svartbag (you can find their MySpace page here) are gonna play live music to a slide show of photos from Pripyat. that’s gonna be pretty awesome, I’m working on the slide show as we speak.

If you are in Copenhagen April 26th, please drop by and say hello that would really make us happy.

Today’s photo is a HDR from the usual 5 RAW exposures. The photo was shoot in Yosemite National Park in California, USA, the favorite shooting place of the late and great Ansel Adams

Energizer

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Last year, when I was home for Christmas, I went on a short photo-walk/drive with My younger brother – you can find his website here – we went out to catch some sunsets, which is kind of nice in the winter cause the sun sets as early as 5PM here in Denmark, the only down side is the freaking cold, but with the right clothes on is quiet all right to be outside for a few hours making some photos, and it’s really nice to get back to a warm house and some hot chocolate afterwards.

Played around with the oil paint effect in Photoshop, and kind of like the effect on this photo, normally I’m not that found of those kind of effects.

  • Aperture: ƒ/22
  • Camera: NIKON D3S
  • Taken: 25 December, 2010
  • Focal length: 13mm
  • ISO: 100
  • Shutter speed: 1/4s