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A weekend in New York

Last week I had to spend a few days in Texas for work – and managed to put in a weekend in New York on my way back. First time I’ve been to the States, and I did have a great time – although my legs were getting a bit tired after spending more than two days sightseeing a fraction of the stuff that NYC has to offer. The High Line, Times Square, Central Park, The Metropolitan Museum of Art, Brooklyn Bridge, the Top of The Rock, jazz at Lincoln Center and a quick peek into B&H Photo were just…

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Christmas and Winter 2014

December 2014 in Denmark was gray and wet. But even so, Christmas did of course arrive – and surprised me quite a bit when I woke on the 25th, and saw that it had brought with it cold weather and even snow! That of course made for some much more interesting stuff to shoot – some of the results can be seen here…

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Cornerstone Israel Tour 2014

Apart from photography, one of the other things I do in my spare time is to sing in a gospel choir in Odense – called Cornerstone. We’ve been talking about going on a tour for a few years, but this autumn we finally made it happen. That meant that I got to spend almost 9 days doing concerts, sightseeing and generally just having a great time in Israel with some awesome people – I can’t really think of a better way to spend the autumn holiday :) And of course I brought along my camera also – first batch of…

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Summer 2014

I’m currently enjoying my (rather short) summer holiday, and even got to spend some quality-time with my camera and my new tripod. Might add a few extra photos later on too.

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I’ve just come back from a trip to Tanzania, where I, together with 7 others (and a lot of guides and porters), climbed up Kilimanjaro. An absolutely fantastic experience that I’d not want to be without – and at the same time something that I’ve no interest in doing again – at least not within the next couple of years ;) It was incredibly exhausting – especially the last trek to the summit – and I didn’t get to take quite as many pictures as I’d assumed I would. Mainly because a DSLR is a bit cumbersome to get out…


Time for an upgrade…

My trusty Nikon D5000 has been with me for over 4 years, and has done well. But – in preparation for a coming holiday, I decided now was the time for an upgrade. Enter, Nikon D7100. A fantastic piece of hardware, and obviously in a different class than the D5x00 series cameras. It has buttons for everything, and it doesn’t feel artificially limited like it’s smaller siblings sometimes do (lacking bracketing, and similar features) – and the auto-iso feature is working quite well too. I’ve not had much time to shoot with it yet, but have managed a few decent…

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If a tree falls in the forest…

On December 25th we usually visit my moms oldest brother (together with a good part of their rather large family) in the western part of Jutland. Quite a bit of pine forest around, which had been marked by the recent couple of storms we’ve been having during the last few months. Several of our usually-used paths were blocked, and at one place a large area had been completely swept clear of any trees that had dared approaching more than one or two meters above ground. Incredible forces at play, that’s for sure…

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Christmas tree timelapse

As usual, we spent some of the evening on December 23rd decorating our Christmas tree – and I thought I’d try playing around a bit with some timelapse photography. Apart from not having set the camera to manual exposure (to avoid the slight flickering whenever the exposure changes), and the lighting being not completely optimal, it still worked quite well… Merry Christmas!

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Rllmuk photo competition – September 2013 – Subject: Contrast

Continuing the posts on the Rllmuk photo competitions, next in line is September 2013, with ‘Contrast’ as the subject. I was rather lacking inspiration for this, and tried out a number of different things before ending up at something I liked enough to enter. Read on for the process, and a couple of intermediate photos.

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