Tag Archives: Denmark

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.

Heading for the Sun

Camera: NIKON D70sShutter speed: 1/8000sISO: 800Taken: 3 May, 2006

Christians Island

Camera: NIKON D70sShutter speed: 1/640sAperture: ƒ/5.6ISO: 400Focal length: 95mmTaken: 16 May, 2007

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 …

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 …

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 …

Viktoriagade

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

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 taking the bus, thinking that I might catch some interesting things Read more …

Lights Out

Camera: COOLPIX S3Shutter speed: 1/4sAperture: ƒ/3ISO: 200Focal length: 5.8mmTaken: 13 July, 2006

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 …

Sennep – Polaroid Plate #2

I don’t know the English name for this plant, but it’s the one that’s used for making mustard – “Sennep” in Danish. EDIT: and that is not true, the plant is used for rapeseed oil.

Malia James

I was attending the Roskilde Festival 2009, for the first time in 14 years, for that simple reason that Faith No More had reunited and gone on tour, and they were playing on the biggest festival in Denmark – Roskilde Read more …

Little Red Speed Devil

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 Read more …

The Black Diamond

I was walking around Copenhagen with a very good friend of mine, we where just talking and enjoying the weather, I – of course – had brought my camera, and made a few photos here and there. This one is Read more …

Row 47

On a small photowalk through Copenhagen, with some friends from the local photo club, we came by Marmorkirken (which means “Marbel Church” in Dansih)Where we went inside, it’s a really cool place to shoot cause your are able to bringe Read more …

Rolator

On a walk around Copenhagen with a good friend, we passed the Danish National Bank – the glass building in the background – here I spotted this old lady on the sidewalk on the other side of the road.I got Read more …

Pølsevogn

Pølsevognen (which means “Hot Dog Stand” in danish) serves the Danes favorite fast food – the hot dog. Personally I´am always having one on the way home after a good night out. Here is the recipe: (you may need to Read more …

H.C. Ørsted Lake

It’s time for a world premiere on the site, this is the first upload with a photo made with my new Nikon D3s and the Nikon GP-1 unit – so now it’s possible to see where images are made (click Read more …

Enjoying a Beer at Noon

I had just received my – at the time – new Nikon D300 and was quick out the door to get it tested, it was fortunately a beautiful and sunny autumn day. I chose to go to Frederiksberg garden, a Read more …

Kronborg

This is the castle where Shakespeare’s famous story of Hamlet unfolds. In the basement of the castle Holger Danske is sleeping, the legend says that if Denmark is attacked, he will wake up and defend the Danes against the enemy. The Read more …

Somewhere in the capital

I had been working a night shift and were finished around midnight. I had my camera with me, in order to make some photos on the way home (which I do very often, as you will find out, if you Read more …

Trees

At Easter, I was visiting my in-laws, after a sumptuous Easter lunch, we would get out and take a walk in the nearby forest, as we always do when we’ve eaten too much at the holidays, I brought my camera Read more …

Welcome to my house

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 Read more …

The blue shadowed house

The First photo is from a one-day photo trip with some of the guys from the Nikon photo club, we spent an entire day at Stevns, a peninsula on the east coast of Zealand, if you go to Stevns Church, Read more …