Tag Archives: Denmark

Aarhus Havn

Got this one, while I was waiting for the ferry, back to Zealand. And to kill time I grabbed my x100s and went for a short walk.

The Stairwell

Three photo’s of a stairwell in an old building, all made with a Olympus OM-D EM-1. Exif for the first photo.

I Bought Two CCTV Lens

And they are a bunch of fun. I really like the 25mm f:1.4 lens, it makes some super awesome lens flares. I got them to my Olympus OM-D, which has focus peaking, and that is more or less a must 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 …

The Church in Brobyværk

Made in a quiet and very nice little town on Fyn, called Brobyværk – if you translate that directly to English it would be “Bridgetown Works”. If you happen to be in this part of the country, I can highly Read more …

The Four Deers

Caught these fellas an early morning in Dyrehaven park.

At the Beginning of Vesterbro Street

Made this photo one night on my way home from the studio. Here’s a before and after comparison for you.

The Angle Above Us

Just finished my 17th podcast “Nielsen & Wessmann”. As always it’s in Danish and I made it with my good friend Henrik Wessmann. And after the last disaster of bad sound – we sorry about that – we got our Read more …

A Great Spot for Watching Sunsets

Some benches are placed in just the right spot, like this one in Brøndbyhavn – a harbor, not far from where I live – here you can sit a watch the sun going down over the sea.

A Gefion Fountain Sunset

This is an HDR I made with my Fuji x100s. after all the usual HDR processing, I added a bit of Analog Efex Pro 2 magic, to get the look just right.

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 …

A17

One of my favorite subjects to photograph, when I’m in northern Jutland. Are these awesome looking fishing boats. And what makes it even more awesome is that you can get the setting sun over the ocean, right behind them or Read more …

Blue Hour at the Harbor

I was out one evening with my friend Tobias, it was a quiet spontaneous thing, and the only camera I had with me was my x100s. But I learned a thing or two about that camera, which only made it Read more …

A Night by the Lakes

Made this one on my way home from the studio, one night in August. It’s actually started out as a HDR photo, but I only used the darkest photo to manually blend in a bit more detail in the lamp Read more …

A Snail on the Right Path

“Macro” photography with my Fuji X100s. Man… that camera is all around, and I love it.

The Angel Above Langelinie Park

I’m getting more and more found of using textures in my photos. I’ve done it a few times in the past, but only in a minor scale, and by using analog Effects Pro and software like it. Now I’m making Read more …

Shadow of a tower

Just got back after a one week trip to Israel. It was one heck of a trip, got a lot of new photo’s that I’m really looking forward to showing you. But first I have to get them processed, and Read more …

Panoramic sunset over the lakes in Copenhagen

Only a few hours left, till I have to board my flight to Israel. Really looking forward to been spending a week there with my girlfriend and hopefully a bit of photography as well. I hope to post here on Read more …

Some Flying Thing on Some Sort of Purple Flower

Flying to Israel tomorrow night, looking forward to be spending a week down there. The activity on the blog is as always when I’m traveling, gonna be close to non-existent.

Get Big and Strong

From a short trip to the forest.

Getting on the First Train Out of Here

Sometimes I wish I could.

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.

North Harbor Cranes

The view you get of the industrial part of the North Harbor, when you’re standing on the viewpoint at ferry terminal.

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 …

Frilands Musset

A few days ago I went to the Open Air Museum in Lyngby for the first time, at least for as long as I can remember. And what an awesome place, it’s this area filled with old houses and farms 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.

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 …

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 …

The Street Tree

A thing I find really fascinating are what I call “street trees” or “city trees” which are trees that are standing in the middle of a street, a round about or on a small piece of grass, not in a Read more …

Dybbøl Mølle

Camera: NIKON D70sShutter speed: 1/400sAperture: ƒ/8ISO: 200Focal length: 18mmTaken: 10 June, 2007

Vestre Kirkegårds Nordre Kapel

Time for another infrared photo. I bought a Nikon Coolpix L620 that is modified with a 650nm infrared filter, a while ago. Now I have use and tested it quiet a bit, and I must say I’m not that happy Read more …

Two Silos

I was looking through the archives – which I often do – and found this photo from a trip to Bornholm back in 2007. I tweaked it a bit in Lightroom, to get it to a look I liked.

My first infrared camera

A few months ago I bought my first Infrared camera, a Nikon Coolpix L620 point and shoot camera, just to see if I found it fun to do. I find Infrared photography quiet interesting, and would like to do it some more. Read more …

Sad, you might say

Made on an evening walk around town, back in 2009. Damn time flies…. when your having fun.

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 …

Five Days Quest – Day 4.

Well day 4. in the five days quest is almost over, here are my two contributions, top G+ and below FB. Exif photo 01 Exif photo 02 –

Billiard

Today I made my second podcast with my good friend Henrik Wessmann. It’s still – and will as be – in Danish. You can listen to it on my Danish webshop – just click here. Here’s a list – in 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 …

DR & metro

This is a merge of two photos, one with the train on the right passing by, and one with the train on the left. I did this because I didn’t have time to wait for the trains pass this spot Read more …

99 Luftballons

Camera: NIKON D70sShutter speed: 1/200sAperture: ƒ/6.3ISO: 200Focal length: 200mmTaken: 3 June, 2007

Sit Down and Shut Up

This wasn’t that interesting a photo to begin with, then I started to play around with it in FocalPoint 2 – from OnOne – and something started to happen, I also cropped it to a square format and adjusted the 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 …

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 …

Dinghy

Made on a visit to the small island “Christians ø” in the Baltic Sea.