I don’t know the English name for this plant, but it’s the one that’s used for making mustard – “Sennep” in Danish
- Aperture: ƒ/5.6
- Camera: NIKON D70s
- Taken: 18 May, 2007
- Focal length: 18mm
- ISO: 400
- Shutter speed: 1/3200s
A month ago I was at a concert with Yoav here in Denmark. have you ever heard of him? If not you should definitely go check him out, his this cool – and a bit nerdy – musician from London.
He’s music it really great, and I can only recommend him so much.
The photo is from Bornholm (a small island in the Baltic sea, here’s another one from the same trip) I was there to do some work in spring 2007, but I also had some spare time that I spendt doing some photography around the island, it’s only 588 km2, So you’ll quickly get from one end to the other.
I can only recomend that if you plan on going to Bornholm, then do it in spring time cause that when it’s most beautyful, if you ask me.
This photo isen’t my best but I kind of like it anyway, I don’t know what it is…… maybe it’s the story behind the old used toy, I wonder how many kids have had the pleasure of playing with this little car.
The post process is very simple all done in Lightroom I added some contrast and a vignette, and finished of with a color adjustment, that’s it.
This is a part of a house I stayed in when I had a 14 days tv-shot on Bornholm in May 2007.
Bornholm is the second easternmost point of Denmark (Ertholmene is the easternmost) and it is the only place you can find clifs in our little kingdom.
There is incredibly beautiful on Bornholm, especially in spring and summer, but “unfortunately” too many people (tourists – Danish as well as foreign), while there in winter, are almost no people at all, beyond the approximately 43,000 residents living there. I was visiting there a winter some years ago, which is actually really beautiful, if it is a winter where there is snow, but I must say that there is absolutely nothing happening ….. Who said winter depression!
The photograph is made with my Lensbaby 2.0, from an overexposed RAW file (The Nikon D70s can’t light measure with a Lensbaby lense), but I found out that it would give a very cool effect when you want to make lomography photos with your DSLR camera.
I imported the photo into Photoshop where in RAW converter I sat the exposure setttings to -3.0 (or as lowe as it can go), to pull down the above-illuminated areas, and get back some details in the highlight. it is subsequently converted to black and white and I added more noise and did some small adjustments here and there.