Tag Archives: Religion

I miss my fisheye lens

Almost a year ago, I switched camera systems, I switched from Nikon to Sony, and from Olympus 4/3 to Fuji. And I haven’t regretted it at all. The only thing I’m missing once in a while is my Samyang fisheye Read more …

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 …

Bendy panoramas

I found these early tries at making panoramas, when I was having one of me “look through photo library” moments. They are all from 2009. The top photo is the Friday Mosque in New Delhi, India. And the two below Read more …

Friday mosque tower

Here’s an old one from my trip to India back in 2009, it’s one of the towers on the Friday Mosque in New Delhi.

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 …

The chapel at Vestre Cemetery

Camera: ILCE-7RM2Taken: 23 May, 2016ISO: 100Shutter speed: 1/3000s

The Man in Blue

Aperture: ƒ/2Camera: X100STaken: 28 June, 2015Focal length: 23mmISO: 2000Shutter speed: 1/125s

The alter

From inside one of the coolest looking churches in Copenhagen. Grundtvig’s Church in Bispebjerg. If your into architecture, I highly recommend it a visit.

Cross on a Table

Aperture: ƒ/2.8Camera: E-M1Taken: 27 June, 2015Focal length: 60mmISO: 4000Shutter speed: 1/125s

Sweeping Monk

Aperture: ƒ/1.8Camera: NIKON D800Taken: 22 July, 2012Focal length: 85mmISO: 400Location: Shutter speed: 1/1000s

Old Bible

On my coast to coast walk in England, last year. I came across this abandoned church in Keld. And of course I had to take a peek inside.

Koldmose Kirke

Aperture: ƒ/5.6Camera: NIKON D800Taken: 26 July, 2015Focal length: 20mmISO: 200Location: Shutter speed: 13s

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 …

Hassan II Mosque Panorama

Panorama made from 3 photos.

Dark Clouds Over the Temple

One of the many temples, that you find in and in the surrounding area of Angkor Wat, Cambodia.

The Church in Brobyværk

Made in a quiet and very nice little town on Fyn, called Brobyværk – if you translate that directly to English it would be “Bridgetown Works”. If you happen to be in this part of the country, I can highly Read more …

Ave Maria

A church I came by, on my walk across England, this summer. HDR from seven exposure. The high number is because I wanted details in the very beautiful – and very bright – windows. Here’s a before and after comparison.

Another Mexican Church

High dynamic range photo from a church in Mexico, I happened upon, when I was driving around the west side of country back in 2011.

Vestre Kirkegårds Nordre Kapel

Time for another infrared photo. I bought a Nikon Coolpix L620 that is modified with a 650nm infrared filter, a while ago. Now I have use and tested it quiet a bit, and I must say I’m not that happy Read more …

My first infrared camera

A few months ago I bought my first Infrared camera, a Nikon Coolpix L620 point and shoot camera, just to see if I found it fun to do. I find Infrared photography quiet interesting, and would like to do it some more. Read more …

A True Believer

This morning at 06.10 I flew to Austria with my girlfriend, we are gonna spend 2 weeks here, one in Tyrol (where we are now) and one in Vienna, really looking forward to make photos of the incredible landscape in Read more …

Buddhas

Aperture: ƒ/5.6Camera: NIKON D70sTaken: 27 July, 2008Focal length: 200mmISO: 400Shutter speed: 1/320s

A Prayer for the Living

Aperture: ƒ/5.6Camera: NIKON D70sTaken: 19 January, 2008Focal length: 34mmISO: 1600Shutter speed: 1/30s

Small Boy of Faith and Surprises

I never considered myself to be biased, but in some situations I just can’t help myself, and start to make my own expectations on how or what a certain person must be like. And because of that get a little surprised when the Read more …