Spent a 9 days in Iceland. What can I say? It was amazing! Although I’ve traveled a lot in my years, this is probably the most astounding trip I’ve ever made. In addition to some well-deserved rest, the journey gave me tons of pictures and new experiences. Hopefully I’ll have time to publish some more edits soon. Until then, you can view a selection in the following post: Amazing Iceland
On my recent trip to Iceland, I quickly found that “regular” photography wasn’t enough to capture this amazing place and all of its dynamic glory. I decided to change method and started composing HDR shots instead. I’m really pleased with the end result and can’t wait to re-visit this fantastic place.
I was asked to capture “The most intense obstacle race” – Toughest and could not pass on this great opportunity.
The race was blessed with great weather, amazing efforts and a gigantic crowd. A fun day with countless “Kodak moments”. Here’s a small excerpt of the result. Enjoy!
Since I have a trip to Iceland planned in a few weeks, I figured that it would be a good idea to dust off the old cam and freshen up my landscape skills. My fingers and toes were frosen and numb, but I managed to capture a couple of frames.
Instead of sending a traditional thank-you message to my friends for congratulating me on my birthday, I decided to create a short stop motion clip.
This is my first crack at the Stop Motion technique, so there are a couple of rookie mistakes. Overall, I’m quite happy with the results and I’ll definitely explore this technique further in the future.
Spent my Saturday watching twelve bands battle for the title in the Emergenza Music Festival. Decided to bring along my camera and took a couple of shots of the Malmö based Folk-Rock band, Greengarden.
(My personal favorite is “Walnut”. Check it out!!)
The two fashion freaks from Youtopia.se needed some lifestyle-pictures for their new and fresh collection named “Rock & Doll”. What better location to shoot this than the closest theme park? Fun clothes and talented models made my job easy…
Walked past these amazing yellow fields and decided to seize the moment by taking a couple of snap-shots.
Spent a couple of days in Paris and decided to only use my 50mm lens, which made it impossible to take the classic “touristy” pictures. The compact format forced me to compose every frame and really find some interesting angles. Good practice! Of course, the graphic designer in me had to mash them up in an retro Photoshop inferno before publishing them :)
Last weekend, I took a recreational trip to the southern parts of Sweden. The last couple of months have been least to say tough. Tons of work, minimal sleep and a minor river of energy drinks. To be able to function, it’s important to allow yourself to take a couple of hours off and simply relax. This time, a long walk and some random photography in the icy town Ystad was the plan. It was cold, but totally worth it! Hope you like the pics!