Tag Archives: Sony a7rII

Close up of a yellow flower

Camera: ILCE-7RM2Shutter speed: 1/125sISO: 1600Made: 12 April, 2017

Days in Copenhagen

Camera: ILCE-7RM2Shutter speed: 1/250sISO: 100Made: 24 May, 2017

Autumn II

It’s not autumn yet here in Denmark, but it sure feels like it.

Højbro plads

 The statue of Absalon, the warrior-bishop the founder of Copenhagen.

The end of the day

Good night, G.A. Romero, I hope there are a lot of friendly zombies where you are now.

Fishing nets

Got this one right between sunset and the blue hour.

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 …

India like Denmark

I saw these two photo’s laying next to each other in my folder, and thought it’s a little funny how – with a quick glance – they look and feel alike, although they are made with a time cap of 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 …

Old car with style and character

I love old cars – and I really miss my old Volvo Amazon – there is just something about the way they used to make cars. they had a lot more style and character, then the cars you see today. Read more …

Trees with a backdrop of the setting sun

Today it’s my girlfriend’s birthday, and I wanted to celebrate it here on the blog, with a few photo’s I made on our trip to Sweden a month ago, with the hope of many many more short and long trips 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.

The tree and the yellow field

On the way home from my photo outing at Møns Klint – where I made this photo – we made a quick stop at this little tree, because I been looking for a perfect spot, where I could get a Read more …

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 …

It’s a sign

Made this one on a night out what two photo friends from the photo-group I’m a member off.

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 …

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 …

The mailbox

I drove by this mailbox a few times, think there might be an good photo here. I finally got around to make a stop here and make that photo. And I really like it, I choose to make it in 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 …

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.

5 yellow chairs

I always come up with a different story, when I see this photo. and it mainly the 5 chairs that does it for me. This was originally a part of my “Other Places & Bangkok” project, but I think it Read more …

The last days of 2016

Hmm so this is the time to look back at what you have achieved through the year. And also to make a list of or show the one great photo you made this year. I’m not good a finding the Read more …

One of the two SEB Buildings

Not far from where I live are these two buildings called the SEB buildings. I’m not quiet sure who’s using them at the moment, if anybody are, they always look kind of empty. Anyway I think the architecture/design of the 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 …

First autumn photo of the year

This is the very first autumn colored photo I have made and post processed this year. It’s from one of my many walks at Vestre Cemetery with my son in his stroller. I did make a few more that day, Read more …

Tractors at Thorup strand

The next four days I’m gonna be in northern Jutland, and hopefully I’ll get some time to make a few photo’s while I up there. And if I’m really lucky then there’s still some Autumn leaves left on the trees. 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 …

Happy birthday Mr. King

Today it’s Stephen King’s birthday. It’s funny how things stick with you, when I was a teenager I was a huge fan of Mr. King, he was one of the reasons that I started reading of my own will, out 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 …

New website: Analog Photography Rocks!

I launched my new website about analog photography a few days ago. It’s still in “work in progress” mode. But I want to get it started, because it motivates me to work a little faster and get things finished, when Read more …

The chapel at Vestre Cemetery

Camera: ILCE-7RM2Shutter speed: 1/3000sISO: 100Made: 23 May, 2016