Tag Archives: Man

A man and his bike

Another infrared photo, and I think I’ll go in infrared mode for the next couple of posts. I like the infrared look, but I think it’s pretty hard to get a really good looking photo in this genre. It’s pretty Read more …

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.

The two owls

I often find it very rewarding to look through some of my old photos, at last look through I found this one. It’s from a trip to Ukraine back in 2010. And as always when I find these, I wounder Read more …

The cleaner II

Camera: X-Pro1Aperture: ƒ/1Shutter speed: 1/1800sFocal length: 58mmISO: 200Made: 11 April, 2016

The lady and the tramp

I really like this photo, but the shadow is a bit to dominant. I don’t mind the lower part of it so much, but the top really ruins a lot of the feel of the photo, mostly because of the Read more …

Calculating the day’s profit

India is a Mekka for street photographers. When I was there in 2009 I wasn’t a very experienced street photographer, but I still got some amazing captures. I would love go back someday, and with the knowledge I now have on Read more …

Thai security guard

I love that most Thai people are willing to have there photo made. And that’s a good combo, because I love making street portraits of people.

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 …

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 …

The black or the white wire

I’m amazed that this guy actually know what his is doing, or maybe his isn’t. But it sure as hell looks like he is.

I didn’t think he could see me

I was standing on a balcony high above this guy, and thought it would make a great photo, but just as I was getting ready, he looked up at me.

Guitar sales man

I walked past this shop a few times, before I decided to make a photo of it. It was never the right moment, there where always something in the frame I didn’t like. In this final photo the chair in Read more …

The white cars

These white “limos” where lined up at the government buildings in New Dehil, India. I found out that it was because they are the official governmental vehicle.

Waiting for the subway

In Beijing the got security on the subway, like we have in airports, it’s crazy and the lines can sometimes be very long.

Two photos of the same guy

I went out early one morning to see if I could get some nice photos of people going to work, I saw this guy and manage to capture two great photos of him. Normally I just pick one, but in Read more …

Man reading a newspaper

Caught this one back in 2009, when I was on a one week trip to Washington D.C. Don’t really know where in the city this is. But maybe there are some locals following along who can tell me.

Planting rice

Two different photos of Cambodian people working in the rice field. EXIF on the black and white photo EXIF on the color photo

The compact cassette repair man

I like that in the third world countries you fix everything, things really have to broken before you throw them out and buy something new. A mentality we here in the west really could and should learn from. Here it’s Read more …

Caught in the act

We where heading down town to find a nice cold cider and a bit to eat at the local pub, when my friend Rod, stopped to take a leak at the side of the road, I quickly snapped this photo Read more …

Bike rider in Angkor Wat

I’m getting more and more found of using textures on my photos. This one is from Angkor Wat in Cambodia, when I was post processing the photo, I kept thinking that it need something extra, so I started playing around Read more …

Free video page

Today I added a page with my free videos. Here you’ll find videos about HDR, neutral density filters, analog photography and some with tips n tricks. I’ll add new videos from time to time, so stay tuned. You’ll find the Read more …

A Friday prayer

Here’s a perfect example of why I never delete any of my photo’s – bad or worse – and luckily it has been like that from the start. This photo is from a trip I made to India back in Read more …

Walking out the Door

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

On His Back

Camera: NIKON D300Aperture: ƒ/5.6Shutter speed: 1/6sFocal length: 200mmISO: 800Made: 2 April, 2009

Sweeping Monk

Camera: NIKON D800Aperture: ƒ/1.8Shutter speed: 1/1000sFocal length: 85mmISO: 400Made: 22 July, 2012:

Man in a White Helmet

Camera: NIKON D300Aperture: ƒ/5.6Shutter speed: 1/60sFocal length: 200mmISO: 1250Made: 2 April, 2009

The Barber of La Huerta

I got a shave and a haircut in this place, it was a rather painful experience, especially the shave. But it’s always fun to go to these places. and a bit of pain is not gonna stop me.

Fooling Around with a GX8 and a CCTV Lens

I totally forgot, that I a few months ago, got the chance to fool around with the new Panasonic DMC-GX8. I was visiting Photographica here in Copenhagen, and my friend Rod – who works there – let my play around Read more …

Enter the Light

Camera: X100SAperture: ƒ/5.6Shutter speed: 1/125sFocal length: 23mmISO: 6400Made: 29 June, 2015

On the Phone

Caught this cool looking guy on a walk down Nørrebrogade.

What are you Selling?

One of the many salesmen along the Maha Rat Road in Bangkok, Thailand. A most go to destination, when you’re in Bangkok.

Aarhus Havn

Got this one, while I was waiting for the ferry, back to Zealand. And to kill time I grabbed my x100s and went for a short walk.

VW Beetle

You can see a lot of these old beetles in Mexico. I was told it’s because the last factory that made them was located in Mexico. And they got permission to continue making them same years after Volkswagen officially stopped Read more …

My Driver in the Mirror

One of the many tuk-tuk drives, that gave me a ride, when I was in Bangkok, Thailand, back in 2012.

Watching a Game of Petanque

This guy was very occupied, watching a bunch of other guys playing petanque. And he wasn’t holding back with a comment or two on how they where playing.

Coming Home

I spend a few hours in Bethlehem, when I was in Israel and on the West Bank. It’s a very interesting place. And even though I don’t believe in any of it, it’s still quiet cool to see all the Read more …

The Cow Herder

I love making these street portraits, when I’m traveling. Note to myself, I have to get better to do them, when I’m not traveling.

Come Here Little Puppy

Made in some back alley in Bangkok, Thailand. Cropped it quiet a bit to get in close on the man and dog.

Broken Stock Broker

I don’t know if he’s a stock broker or if he’s broke  It was just the fist thing that came to mind when I saw him sitting there reading his news paper – maybe he was reading the stock section.

Banana salesman

And the last photo in my little Mexican week, photo series. This one is from the town of Tomatlán, I drove here cause it’s the closest town  – 52km – to where I live, that has an ATM, and I was Read more …

A Prayer for the Living

Camera: NIKON D70sAperture: ƒ/5.6Shutter speed: 1/30sFocal length: 34mmISO: 1600Made: 19 January, 2008

Draw Me a Picture

I’m a member of a local photo club here in Copenhagen, where we have this internal photo competition, where the winner can call him or herself “Club Photo Champion” of the past year. The competition is made up of seven Read more …

Sharam

When we visited India in 2009, our first destination was Jaipur – popularly known as the Pink City – the capital and largest city of the Indian state of Rajasthan, the city’s population is a little over 3.2 million people. It Read more …

The Old Man From Croatia

On the earlier mentioned holiday through eastern Europe, we came to a small town in Croatia, which I unfortunately have forgotten the name of. While the four others went snorkeling, I picked up my camera and went for a walk in Read more …

Vietnam Memorial Wall

The Vietnam war memorial wall in Washington DC, is a very impressive and thought-provoking work, it holds all the names of U.S. soldiers who died during the war (58,159). But it made me think about how many Vietnamese died in Read more …