Tag Archives: Light

Enter Sandman

Camera: E-M1Shutter speed: 1/15sAperture: ƒ/2.8ISO: 200Focal length: 60mmTaken: 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 …

Market Street Light

The light in this market street, in Marrakesh, Morocco. was so awesome, and I had a hard time leaving the place, but I had to because my friend was standing around waiting for me. That’s one of the benefits of Read more …

Walking the Dogs

OK, day 3. in my street photography, is more a tunnel photography kind of thing. Made this one on my recent trip to England. My Fujifilm x100s is fast becoming my favorite street photo maker, for a couple of reasons. Read more …

Sad, you might say

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

Save a Prayer for Me

I said it before, but I have this thing about churches. Here it’s Grace Cathedral in San Francisco, USA.

In Day and Night Time

I just found these two old photos from my very first visit in the US, back in 2007. I guess I didn’t use my tripod that much back then, since I could leave it on the balcony for a whole Read more …

Now Make That Call

Made near Grand Canyon, USA in 2007.

Father, Please Forgive Me

Here’s an old one I found in the archives. I often scroll through my old photos to see if I missed a gem or two. and because I get better at post processing and looking at photo over time, I Read more …

It’s a Long Way to the Top

Camera: NIKON D70sShutter speed: 1/6sAperture: ƒ/5.6ISO: 800Focal length: 10.5mmTaken: 18 January, 2008

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…..

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

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.

Take me to the Other side

What is you opinion on the star looking lights? Normally I not that found of them, I prefer the lights to look “normal” you know without the star effect, but when you are making HDR it’s almost impossible to avoid them. Read more …

There’s Always Light on the Other Side

I added a new concert galley called “Raven McCoy” (it’s a gallery on my Danish site and it opens in a  new window) My friend Rod asked me if I would help him make some photos of a friend and Read more …

Tuk Tuk Driving

The photo is from the back of a tuk tuk in Chiang Mai, Thailand, I was heading out for some late supper, and normally I would walk around to find a place to eat, but this evening it was poring down, so I jump in to Read more …

Tour Eiffel

Well there isn’t much to say about this photo, I was in Paris with my girlfriend, and of course I had to make a picture of the Eiffel Tower, and this one is the one I think worked out the Read more …

Night on the Hill

My girlfriend was going to Washington DC for 3 days to hold a lecture, we decided to make a little vacation out of it, and booked the hotel for a total of 10 days. I must admit that DC wasn’t 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 …