The ride of the Valkyries

According to a legend of the Norse mythology the Northern Lights were considered to be shed by the armour of the Valkyries, a host of female helping spirits of the god Odin, the Allfather of the gods. The Valkyries, warlike virgins mounting upon horses and armed with helmets and spears, decide who will die in a battle, soaring over battlefields like … More The ride of the Valkyries

Ravages of Time

Visiting abandoned places is often some of the best photo opportunities. Operations closed down in 2007; time, scavengers, graffiti “artists” and not least arson fire has affected the buildings greatly, giving it a spooky appearance. There is several holes in the surrounding fence, so access to the Location is accessible. It is advisable to take … More Ravages of Time

Ethereal monochrome View

Viewing the word through Ethereal monochrome glasses. Black and white images take us back to where photography began. Creating monochrome images is photography in its simplest, raw form. They are uncluttered from the distractions of color. And thanks to digital technology, monochrome photography is easier today than ever before. Composition Because colors are not there … More Ethereal monochrome View

Shooting in the Night

Last night we were out shooting in the night. For me night shooting possesses a certain magic, and seen from my computer screen a discipline way overlooked by many. Shooting at night can reward you with stunning pictures, friendship and a challenge that will move you forward as a photographer. If it is not already … More Shooting in the Night

Hald Oaks

If you have visited my blog before you will know this is a place where share my photos and insights behind the scenes of my shoots. If you have any questions please feel free to shoot me an email or leave a comment below! This time we visited Hald Ruin (Hald Ege Ruin). The ruins … More Hald Oaks

Light Direction

Hi guys, this time I am going to write about light direction and the role that it plays. Directional light is opposed to diffused light is non-directional light; where the intensity of light is even. A cloudy day is giving diffused light which often is treasured by photographers for portrait photography; it creates little or … More Light Direction

Casa de Muñeca

Scattered around the land lies small abandoned cottages, the reason why they lie uninhibited is often lost in time. At times the surroundings offer hints of why, a freeway to close to comfort, a fire, and at other times is the house simply not worth for human living due to the state of the property. … More Casa de Muñeca

About, to be triggered

VILTROX JY-710 2.4GHZ Wireless Remote Shutter This wireless intervalometer works wonders, I have used it extensively, it has a good battery life, handles extreme cold well, no problem with baking sun either. It is compatible with most camera systems, but beware to get the right version. It claims having a control distance up to 100 meters, yet … More About, to be triggered

How to turn your IPAD into a high resolution scanner

If you do not familiar with GARY L. FRIEDMAN  then you are missing out as he is the author of some really insightful books on cameras but also writing some always yielding blog posts. This one i enjoyed alot, while scanning photos and negatives always has been a pain for me. Garys solution is so obvious … More How to turn your IPAD into a high resolution scanner

Happy New Year

Today is the 2’nd year of this blog, I am thrilled to see that some of my first blog posts is still visited and as an overall is it more visited than previous year. Next year my plan is to change the focus from Photography to another corner of my interest which is the Microsoft Business … More Happy New Year