Tag Archives: Light

People at the end of a tunnel

Camera: NIKON D800Aperture: ƒ/9Shutter speed: 1/6sFocal length: 14mmISO: 200Made: 25 June, 2012

Out of the metro station

Camera: E-M5Aperture: ƒ/5.6Shutter speed: 1/25sFocal length: 17mmISO: 1600Made: 25 January, 2013

HUSET

Camera: ILCE-7RM2Shutter speed: 1/640sISO: 6400Made: 24 May, 2017

Lamppost

Camera: ILCE-7RM2Shutter speed: 1/100sISO: 6400Made: 24 May, 2017

Beijing Nights II

Camera: X100SAperture: ƒ/2Shutter speed: 1/10sFocal length: 23mmISO: 400Made: 3 July, 2014

Beijing nights

Camera: E-M1Aperture: ƒ/2.8Shutter speed: 1/6sFocal length: 12mmISO: 3200Made: 3 July, 2014

Hey, that’s me

Well sometimes you just gotta act as a model for your own photos. I first made a photo without me in it, but thought something was missing.

Ude i skoven

I really happy with the fairy tale look I managed to get in this photo. I do a lot of these forest photos – because I really like walking around in the forest with my camera – but sometimes I Read more …

Downwards

I don’t know how you feel, but I always find it a little bit scary to hang my thousand dollar camera over a deep hole in the ground, be it man or nature made. Here it’s a rather large drop in Read more …

Forklift

I been out shooting the setting sun, and was on my way back when I saw this forklift. I really liked that it was only the rear of it that was illuminated by the outside light.

Bike under a bridge in Singapore

I was walking around Singapore with no real goal in mid, other then spotting cool photography spots. I love doing that, planing is a good thing, but sometimes you just need to let luck and coincidences have a say as Read more …

Working man

One night on my way home from work, I came across these men working on the railroad tracks, I couldn’t stand for the light and darkness interaction, so I tried a few compositions before I ended up with this one, Read more …

Rebild Bakker Sunrise IV

Here’s a beautiful misty sunrise from the always awesome Rebild Bakker – Rebild Hills – in Jutland.

Nyhavn by Night II

It’s time for another 2017 photo, I know I celebrate this posts as if it was something special that the photo is from the current year, and in a way it sort of is to me, because since I became Read more …

Two ants

It took me a lot of photos – I think a made around a 100 – to get this one. It was at the hotel I was staying at, when I was working in Mexico back in 2011. Here i Read more …

Good morning Reno

Well the first month of 2017 is almost over, I’m still getting amazed by how fast time flies when you get older. I haven’t been in the States since 2013 – that’s 4 years this summer – but it still Read more …

Opera panorama

An old – it’s from 2009 – panoramic photo of the opera house here in Copenhagen. It’s a stitch of two photos.

Schleswig Cathedral – St.-Petri-Dom

I spend one night in Schleswig, Germany earlier this year, on my quest for photo’s of eight Danish defence buildings. Yes there is one in Germany, because in the old old days this used to be a part of Denmark, Read more …

Ny Carlsberg

A few weeks ago I went over to the Carlsberg area- it’s just a 10 min walk from where I live – with some folks from the local photo group, which I’m a member of. we where practicing night photography. Read more …

Copenhagen channel

One of the first photo’s I made with my new Sony a7RII, I used my Sigma 20mm lens, that’s one of the things that I really miss, when I use old lenses, the exif data. It’s a manual blend of Read more …

The Brygge bridge

When I’m working on DR – Denmark’s Radio, the national tv and radio station – I driver over Brygge Broen, a bridge made only for pedestrians and bike riders. I like to stop here at the bridge to make photos Read more …

Playing a bit of evening soccer

I always have at least one camera with me, and mostly more than one. the setup is normally one digital and a couple of analog cameras. It happens once in a  while, that I leave home with no other camera then Read more …

Ghost in a chair

Last time in the local photo group, where I’m a member. We went down to the cellar to play with flash lights. I never use flashes, but I did bring my LumeCube – which is a damn awesome piece of Read more …

In the old part of the forest

Camera: E-M1Aperture: ƒ/5.6Shutter speed: 1/320sFocal length: 60mmISO: 200Made: 5 October, 2015

Siham Internet

Camera: NIKON D300Aperture: ƒ/5.6Shutter speed: 1/500sFocal length: 200mmISO: 200Made: 29 October, 2009

Walking out the Door

Camera: NIKON D800Aperture: ƒ/2.8Shutter speed: 1/50sFocal length: 24mmISO: 800Made: 17 September, 2015

Light on

For a long time, I had the idea of making some sort of photo, where I would use the headlights of a car, to illuminated parts of the photo. And that is just what I did, with this photo. I made Read more …

Tel Aviv from Above

Camera: X100SAperture: ƒ/2Shutter speed: 1/70sFocal length: 23mmISO: 6400Made: 20 September, 2015

Two Guys on the Streets of Tokyo

Camera: NIKON D3SAperture: ƒ/11Shutter speed: 1sFocal length: 24mmISO: 200Made: 24 June, 2011:

Inside the Marble Church

Made this one inside the Marble Church here in Copenhagen. I did a lot of adjustments to it in post. For one I straightened it quite a lot, to make the vertical lines straight. But see for yourself in the Read more …

A Walk Among the Trees

Well here we have one of my favorite photography subjects, sun light in between trees in a forest. And this one is one of the better ones.

Distant lighthouse

Made one very early morning at Stevns Klint. Luckily there was a bit of morning mist in the air.

Enter Sandman

Camera: E-M1Aperture: ƒ/2.8Shutter speed: 1/15sFocal length: 60mmISO: 200Made: 11 April, 2015

From a Low Angle

I’m working on this totally awesome project for a museum here in Denmark. I have to make photo’s from the Viking age…. which means that I have to find some of the oldest looking forest here in the country. And Read more …

Walking Through the City Lights

One of the photos I made on this years Scott Kelby Worldwide Photowalk. Made with a CCTV lens.

Racing Through the Tunnel II

This photo was made while I was driving through a very small tunnel – the was only one lane – somewhere in the middle of Japan. It was pretty nerve recken, the drive through it, I was constantly afraid of Read more …

The Point of the Aller Building

I really like this view of the Aller building here in Copenhagen. It totally messes with my brain, when I can’t quiet see where the building ends and the ground starts. I have a great respect for the architect that Read more …

Thoughtful

When in Israel, one must see the old part of Jerusalem. And I must say it’s a perfect place for street photography.

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.

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 …

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.

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 …

Sad, you might say

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

Karaoke 747

Well, 47 is my lucky number, so of course I had to make a photo of this.

There is Light at the End of the Tunnel

I’m still in Mexico, but I haven’t started working yet, we are waiting for the hurricane Jova to pass us. Going a bit crazy with all the waiting…..