Random collection of photos from a photo shoot with Anita Sikorska. These were shot in an old fort. We set off some smoke bombs, used reflectors and flash and took advantage of the sunlight at the time around sunset. We had to work very quickly because of the sun and the smoke.
Originally posted on Cardinal Guzman:
A ghostly Valkyrie from Valhall visited the park late one night. Luckily I carried my camera with me. I had to pray that Odin, the God of all gods, would spare our miserable lives. RELATED POSTS: Another in the Valkyrie-series (cardinalguzman.wordpress.com) An old tank (cardinalguzman.wordpress.com)
This is my second entry for WordPress’ Weekly Photo Challenge this week, where the theme is Cover Art. For this week’s Photo Challenge, stimulate your creative process and imagine which of your images you would like to see gracing the cover of a book, an album, or a magazine. Would the image inspire us to…
I guess this photo could have been the cover art for an album. The guy playing guitar on the photo is Knut. Knut and I met through mutual friends and he’s a guest musician on several of my ‘recordings’. If you’re interested in listening, here’s a tune we recorded many years ago. This recording is…
If you’re into artistic photography and/or street portraits, I recommend that you visit The Future Is Chewed Paper: http://thefutureispapiermache.wordpress.com/
Early one morning, while the sun was rising, someone sat down for a rest on a bench in Jerusalem. Little did he know that a photographer was lurking in the bushes… If you like B&W photos, have a look at Leanne Cole’s blog and her Monochrome Madness! posts: http://leannecolephotography.com/
Another street photography for Jo’s Monday Walk. This one was shot in the Old City of Jerusalem.
This could have been an advertisement for the infamous Korova Milk Bar from the movie/book A Clockwork Orange, but it’s not. Ben Rowe posted a milk splash tulip the other day. I was inspired by his result and felt like playing with some milk myself, so I sat down and created this. At first it…
Check out Paula’s Night post: http://bopaula.wordpress.com/2014/10/16/thursdays-special-of-the-night/
Make sure to visit Monochrome Madness Week 33 for more monochrome photos: http://leannecolephotography.com/2014/10/15/mm33-monochrome-madness-33/
Jo has been on a Monday walk again. This time she went to Leeds waterfront . I decided to join her with these photos from Berlin. If you wonder, I can reveal that this is the Berlin Cathedral.
I brought my camera and went to the Norwegian Championship in Taekwondo today. To see the rest of the photos from this event, make sure to add me on Google+ (you can see some photos on my public profile, but there’s plenty more for my contacts).
Enjoy this autumn gallery. Check out wordpress for more: http://dailypost.wordpress.com/dp_photo_challenge/dreamy/
If you like street portraits, make sure to check out Mr Guest’s blog at: http://thefutureispapiermache.wordpress.com/2014/10/09/vocals-flute/ You can also see more street portraits by clicking this tag: http://cardinalguzman.wordpress.com/tag/street-portraits/
You might have seen this one before, but I decided to make a new version of this street portrait. This photo is my entry for Leanne’s Monochrome Madness this week. You’ll find her post here: http://leannecolephotography.com/2014/10/08/mm32-monochrome-madness-32/ See more street portraits, by following the tag: http://cardinalguzman.wordpress.com/tag/street-portraits/
Jo takes us for a Monday Walk every Monday. This photo was shot on one of my morning walks in Jerusalem. Check out Jo’s post for more: http://restlessjo.wordpress.com/2014/10/06/jos-monday-walk-fountains-abbey-and-studley-royal/
Here’s a street portrait from the market in Jerusalem. http://cardinalguzman.wordpress.com/tag/street-portraits/
Sometimes one photo is enough, other times two pictures tells you everything you’ll need to know… This chicken probably saw the sign of what’s to come…
Check out more nighttime photos here: http://dailypost.wordpress.com/dp_photo_challenge/nighttime/
These photos are from a portrait session with Monika and B&W photo is an entry for «Mononchrome Madness!!».
This portrait photographer in Jerusalem suggested that I should use a Polaroid camera. “It’s much better than those new digital cameras”, he said. I met this photographer as I was walking around in Jerusalem, he sold Polaroid pictures as a way of making ends meet. I felt like I had to support a fellow photographer,…
This is an old photo, shot with film and a point & shoot camera. The title of the photo really explains everything that’s happening in the scene. Since the theme of WordPress’ Weekly Photo Challenge this week is Nighttime. I also decided to add a song which is self-made (D.I.Y.) and I would appreciate it…