Tag Archives: Long Exposure

Vesterhavet III

Camera: ILCE-7RM2Shutter speed: 1.6sISO: 50Made: 24 April, 2016

Vejen

Camera: E-M5Aperture: ƒ/22Shutter speed: 60sFocal length: 17mmISO: 200Made: 2 February, 2013

Inside Stevns Fort

I had to make some photos of Stevns Fort as part of my – before mentioned – job for Museum Southeast Denmark. I had never been down there before hand, but man is an awesome place, and I can only recommend Read more …

Train passing by

I’m not a big fan of the new Carlsberg area, most of it is very boring and just big concrete buildings with no charm. It smells like fast money, meaning build cheap and sell expensive. But there are a few 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.

Exploring a small creek in Sweden

I found this little creek, on my last day in Sweden about a month ago. I really enjoy scouting small creeks like this one, just looking around for some good compositions. And often I add a ND filter, to get Read more …

Møns Klint at night

I spend the night between Friday and Saturday at Møns Klint, doing a lot of night photography with my good friend Tobias Bagge. It’s been a long time since I have used a whole night on photography, but man it Read more …

A long exposure of some rocks

I really like long exposures. may it be of some random rocks on a beach in Denmark – like today’s photo – a waterfall in the US or a night scene in Tokyo, with a lot of cars driving by, Read more …

Bispebjerg s-train station

My bike got stolen while I was making this photo at Bispebjerg station, here in Copenhagen. Luckily I had my “Car-to-go” card with me – and they were still operating in Copenhagen at the time – so I didn’t have Read more …

Long exposure at Ishøj beach

My friend Brian, ask me if I wanted to go to the beach for a swim, I said yes, but I not going in the water, I’ll just bring my camera and have some fun with that instead. I can’t Read more …

First photo from 2017

This is actually a composite/ manual blend of 8 photos. For the overall photo. Train on the far left. Train left of the stairs. Trains on the far right. Train behind the stairs. Cars on the road all the way to Read more …

The little lighthouse

Made this one on a camera night out with my good friend Tobias Bagge.

Svanemølleværket

It sometimes happens – not as often as I wish it would – that I end up making a short evening photo hangout with my good friend Tobias. We ended up in the north harbor here in Copenhagen, a very Read more …

People, trains & cars at Ueno Station

This one is not gonna make any best of lists, but there’s still something about the warm and cool mix of colors, in this one, that I really like.

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 Grand Central Station photo

I know this is one of the must make photo’s when your in Grand Central Station, New York. But I always – or most of the time – also make the “iconic” compositions of the places that I visit, because 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 …

Long exposure of a carousel

I was walking around the Wurstelprater amusement park in Vienna, making some photo of the various carousel, merry-go rounds among other amusement. When I came up with the idea of making a long exposure of a carousel in motion. The result is Read more …

One of Many Temples

Camera: NIKON D800Aperture: ƒ/8Shutter speed: 30sFocal length: 14mmISO: 100Made: 10 July, 2012:

Long Exposure of the Power Station

Camera: E-M1Aperture: ƒ/22Shutter speed: 40sFocal length: 13mmISO: 200Made: 9 April, 2015

The Not so Blue Planet

Camera: NIKON D3SAperture: ƒ/22Shutter speed: 15sFocal length: 20mmISO: 100Made: 17 May, 2015:

Unionkul Crane

Camera: NIKON D3SAperture: ƒ/8Shutter speed: 20sFocal length: 20mmISO: 200Made: 28 February, 2015

54 VanNess Ave. California

Camera: NIKON D3SAperture: ƒ/8Shutter speed: 15sFocal length: 14mmISO: 200Made: 7 January, 2012:

The Moon and the Concert House

Camera: X100SAperture: ƒ/5.6Shutter speed: 30sFocal length: 23mmISO: 200Made: 28 August, 2015

Rocks and Sunrise at Møn’s Klint

Caught a “soft” sunrise at Møn’s Klint last year. Perfect for long exposure photography.

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 …

Palouse Falls Sunset

This is my take at the sort of famous Palouse Falls. There was an awesome sunset, but it was just in the “wrong” direction, the sun was setting behind me. out to the right of the frame, where there was nothing Read more …

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 …

Nothing on the Horizon

My first trip in 2015, was a morning trip to Kullen in Sweden, with my good friend and podcast partner Henrik Wessmann. I’d never been to Kullen before so it was quite amazing to see. The weather wasn’t the best, 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 …

Reflected Green

Made on my hike across the UK, this summer.

Road Upon Road

Close up of some of the freeways heading into Seattle, USA.

Sad, you might say

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

A Very Long Engagement

This is by far the longest exposure I ever done, as you can see in the info below, the exposure was 428 seconds – that’s 7 minutes and 8 seconds – I used both of my ND filters, the lowest 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 …

Mountain, clouds and stars

One of the first photos I made on my trip to the Dolomites earlier this year.

Where the water meanders along the wet stones

30 sec. exposure made with a ND400 filter on my 24-70mm lens.

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 …

Spin Baby, Spin

This is a photo from Nice, France. I was walking around the city on My last night in town, and came by this small square/park area, where they were putting up this amusement park, there were no customers around, but Read more …

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 …