Now my question is. Is this street photography?
“Svinklovene” is Danish and means “pig hooves” I think the place is called that, because it looks like pig hooves when you see it from above.
I have a little extra treat for you today, I found this old stop motion video I for and with my girlfriend a few years back, We made it to show off her final project at her exam at the Danish School of Art and Design.
(NB: there is no sound, it’s not your computer that’s not working)
I Don’t have much to say about this photo. there where just something about the light, the wet ground and the way the bike was parked, that I really liked. And on top of that I also kind of nailed it in post with this old fashion look, if you ask me.
It’s also part of a series that I’m working on at the moment, but more on that at another time.
Well I started to stitch a few panoramas together lately. This being one of them. It dates back to my US road trip in 2010. And it is made in Arches national park in Utah
Mongolia was special, in a very good way, especially the landscape was incredible, and I only saw a very small part of it. Can’t wait to get back there again some day.
I spend 3½ weeks in Cambodia back in 2012, and only six days of those weeks in the Angkor Wat area. But I could easily have spend all my time here. It is such an incredible beautiful and photogenic place. And even though there has been made a million photos in this place, it’s still possible to find a new and unique angles here.
Somewhere in Tokyo…….
Today’s my birthday, and to celebrate I’ll show you a before and after photo of this beauty.
I’m really getting into adding textures to photos at the moment, think I might be a little fed up with all the beautiful HDR photos that I normally do, I still make those, don’t think that will ever stop. But on a side track I started to play around with textures.
I really think it added a lot to this photo, but see for yourself in the before and after below.
What do you say, did it make it better?
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When I was in Austria with my girlfriend a few years back, we hiked up to Obernberger See, a very scenic lake, and a must see spot if your into landscape photography. The hike up there isn’t that hard.