Nude Portraits: Magda

There’s some nudity in this post. I know that nudity bothers some people because of their superstitions or work environment. In that case I suggest that you read a garden blog, a cat-blog or something else instead. (Fair warning given).

Magdalena Jewuła

Portraits: Magdalena Jewuła

Back in June, I promised you that you’d see more of Magdalena Jewuła. I’m the kind of man who likes to keep his promises (well, probably not all of them –  but at least I always try to keep them), so here she is again: the wonderful Magdalena Jewuła. The post where I made the…


Portraits: Paulina Starosielec

I have plenty of portraits of beautiful models and it’s a shame (no, it’s a sin!), to let them gather dust on the hard disk. That’s why I decided to post portraits for the next coming posts in this blog. Instead of posting them one by one, I’ve divided them into models. First one up…

My first cyanotype.

Today I’ve learned: Cyanotype

Today I attended an exhibition where you could learn Cyanotype – a photographic printing process that produces a cyan-blue print. The event/exhibition was held by Emma Gunnarsson and Britta K. Bergersen. In the same gallery, there was an exhibition of a few ball-jointed dolls (kuleleddsdukker) made by Therese Olsen and photographed by Britta. I liked the…


Monochrome Mountains & Landscapes

These monochrome mountains & landscapes were shot in July when I visited Sandhornøya in Gildeskål kommune, Nordland. I shot these from a car. There’s more to come (colour photos), but for now enjoy this gallery. Click on the photo to visit my Flickr Gallery: Edit: I updated the link to the gallery, so don’t be…

«Life always has two sides»: One Photo Focus, September 2015. An artistic cooperation between and Benjamin Rowe.

Life Always Has Two Sides

Usually I forget to, or don’t have the time to, participate in Stacy Fischer’s «One Photo Focus». This week I did manage to create something (well, actually I made this 2 weeks ago and scheduled the post) out of 3 bracketed shots that was provided by Benjamin Rowe. As always you can click the image…

Folded Benro IT25

Travel Friendly Tripod

Because I’m going to Italy (my colleague is picking me up in an hour), I decided to buy a new tripod. The one I already have (Induro AKB1 | AT113)  is a very good and stable tripod, but it’s too large for travels and it ends up spending most of its time home alone. So,…

Fantastic late evening light.

Today Was a Good Day

For this week’s WordPress’ photo challenge, Cheri Lucas Rowlands asks us to “select and share a series of photographs. You can piece together what you consider an ideal day, recount a memorable day, tell a (visual) story, or show us some of your favorite things.” Here are some photos from my trip to Sandhornøya in…

My B&W creepy version of Taj Mahal

Creepy Taj Mahal

A fun photo challenge from WordPress this week with the theme “Creepy“. P.S. I’ve opened an instaspam account. Most of the likes I’ve gotten so far has been from spammers (except from some from real life friends & some other bloggers), so instaspam seems like a more appropriate name than instagram. Anyway, if you also…

Selv-portrett med sønn i kavle.

Selv-portrett med sønn i Kavl

En kavl, eller en fløt, blir brukt til å holde fiskeredskaper som garn, line og not flytende. Kavler kan være av tre, never, bark, glass, kork eller plast. Source: Wikipedia “Glass floats, glass fishing floats, or Japanese glass fishing floats are popular collectors’ items. They were once used by fishermen in many parts of the world to keep their fishing nets,…