Camels in Sunset

Camels in SunsetBuy Print

This is one of my favorite photos, from my trip to Mongolia last year. It’s actually one of my all time favorites.

I like the dynamic range I manage to capture, even though this was a hand-held HDR, didn’t have time to set up my tripod cause this guys move fast. I love the shadows behind all the tufts of grass.

I did add some blur to the foreground, to add a bit of depth. When you using a 14-24mm lens at 14mm and f8 everything tends to be in focus. I also cropped it to a more panorama like format, because I thought it suited the photo.

Svinø Beach Sunset

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I Spend a day on the beach with my younger brother, the day after Christmas 2013, Which luckily awarded us with an awesome sunset.

Here’s a before and after photo, for you to check out, the before photo is the normal exposed photo.

The Tree

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Made on an outing with my photo group, last year in May. It was the most incredible evening and it end with the most beautiful sunset, We could have planed it any better.

I got a lot more photos from that day, but they have to wait for another day.

  • Aperture: ƒ/4
  • Camera: E-M1
  • Taken: 14 May, 2014
  • Focal length: 7mm
  • ISO: 200
  • Shutter speed: 1/400s

Mist in a Colorless Landscape

Mist in a Colorless LandscapeBuy Print

Made at the end of yet another awesome day in the always beautiful Yosemite.

Remember to click the geotag link below (if it’s avalible), to see where I made my photos

Sunset in the Alps

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On my first – and so far only – trip with my girlfriend, we went to Austria, She always wanted to see Tirol and I wanted to see Vienna, We spend the first week in Tirol and then a week in Vienna. I didn’t quiet know what to expect from Tirol,. but man was I in for a surprise, it’s such a beautiful place, and a dream place for a landscape photographer like me.

Vienna is also an awesome place, but more on that in another post.

View of the Mongolians Hills

View of the Mongolians HillsBuy Print

This view was unbelievable, I hike 3 miles through a forest – swarming with mosquitoes – up to this temple in the mountains, I arrived just as the sun was setting, I wasn’t sure of what I would see when I got there, but it was well worth the hike.

A City Comes to Life

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On my last days in Beijing, the weather finally got better, I was of course up early – as I was on the not so good days as well – and went in to Jingshan Park, located across the road of the south gate of the Forbidden City. You have a awesome view of the Forbidden City from here. But this photo is made in the opposite direction, where you have a really cool view of Beijing.

  • Aperture: ƒ/2
  • Camera: X100S
  • Taken: 6 August, 2014
  • Focal length: 23mm
  • ISO: 200
  • Shutter speed: 1/950s

The Shed and the Sun

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I had this amazing sunrise one morning, when I was in Kharkhorin, Mongolia. Unfortunately I had a hard time finding a fairly good foreground. because the camp I stayed in – as many of the other camps – was place out in the open, far away from mountains, hills, trees and the likes.

There was this little shed – it was housing the water pump, you can see the pipes running across the field – that was all I had to work with. Unless I wanted to include the whole camp in my photo, which I didn’t.

A Rock in Mono Lake

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A sunrise photo I made at the always dropbyandmakeaphoto beautiful Mono Lake in California, USA

My Volvo in Jutland

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I went out to catch the sunset one evening when I was visiting my girlfriends parents in Jutland. And what  a sunset, is was totally amazing. When I came back to my car – this old beauty – I was meet by this sight.

Dolomite Sunrise

Dolomite SunriseBuy Print

The only morning I manage to get some decent sunrise light, on my visit to the Dolomites, Italy last year, was this one.
Luckily I was out and about, it took me about 2 hours to hike up to this spot, but it was well worth the effort. The view and the sunrise was fantastic, at first I was a bit boomed about being on the “wrong” side of the mountain, relative to the sunrise, but afterwards I’m kind of glad I was, I make a lot of my sunrise (and sunset) photos straight into the sun, so this was a nice break.

Here’s behind the scenes photo, for you. in the photo I’m actually making a timelapse, you can see my Camranger hanging of the tripod – it’s the white thing – There is also an analog camera laying around, I think it’s the Vilia Auto 35 from Lomo. And of course my all so trusty F-stop Guru camera backpack.

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