Brenizer Method – Learning by burning

This is me trying out the already well documented “Brenizer Method” and what I learned trying this method. The Brenizer Method In short this method helps you accomplish sort of the look of shooting a medium format camera when using a full frame or cropped sensor camera. The characteristics of a photo from a medium […]

Gymnastikkabalen – A photographic challenge

I was hired to be the photographer at Gymnastikkabalen. A gymnastic show organized by Gymnastikefterskolen Stevns and Sorø Gymnastikefterskole. During the afternoon there were several different types of shows; Team gymnastics, dance, parkour, power tumbling, acrobatics etc. A wide variety and a lot of challenges for a photographer. I have not photographed such an event […]

Tether Fuji to CaptureOne Pro 10 – Almost

UPDATE 29.09.2018. As of end September 2018 CaptureOne v. 11.3 will have native support for tethering high end Fujifilm Cameras. The following will still work though. It seems like common knowledge that tether Fuji to CaptureOne Pro is not straight forward. CaptureOne does not have native support for Fuji cameras. Fujifilm have made software that […]

Experimentarium – Science Centre for kids and childish adults

Just a few kilometers north of the city centre Copenhagen is Experimentarium. It’s a science centre that recently opened to the public after a massive renovation. I went there with my nephews (and my camera). The Science centre is a place where the exhibits are interactive. There are a lot of stuff that shows water, […]

Nürnberg and the Spielwarenmesse – KISS

I spent six days in Nürnberg. Or more correctly: I spend six days at one of the largest toy fairs in Europe (Spielwarenmesse) presenting the award winning educational toy product from newmero to potential retailers and distributors across the world (It was a great succes by the way!). I was locked up in the fair […]

Sharpness is a Bourgeois Concept – and sometimes an excuse…

Modern technology helps mankind in many ways; Machines for making good coffee, the internet for procrastinating, airplanes to travel the world and autofocus to make photographs razor sharp (lenses and sensor technology helps to). Just because one can focus on everything from a dragon fly to a speeding train, doesn’t necessarily make it the golden […]

Portraits of a photographer

This summer I attended a four day workshop focusing on portrait and lighting at Fatamorgana. I have little experience with the staged portrait and personally, I always feel uncomfortable, uneasy and intruding when I try to shoot portraits up close. So this was an opportunity to do just that. The setup was as follows: Pair up […]

Iceland – Where nature rules over men

I love Iceland because it makes me surrender. I surrender to the elements of nature and try to be as present as I can. It’s such a paradox, because nature in Iceland is fierce, brutal and overwhelming but it somehow induces peace in my mind and body. The mystery of the landscape, the ever changing […]

Would you like to photograph the milky way?

“Random question; Would you be interested in driving out a dark night to try and photograph the milky way?” I recently got that question from a fellow photography friend. Either it’s a really corny pickup line or it’s a serious question… One does not exclude the other though…. The answer was “Yeah… why not!”… And so […]