Candyland

June 04, 2015  •  Leave a Comment
Before After Photoshop lessons via Skype This photo ended up being quite "true to the scene" which is pretty unusual for me, but there was so much going on that I decided to keep the processing to a minimum. The main work was done around getting the right balance between the color of the sky and the Aurora. Like any of my Aurora shots I co...
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Connected vibrations

May 18, 2015  •  Leave a Comment
Before After Skagsanden Beach is an amazing place... but quite difficult to photograph. It's very easy to get sucked into a leading lines vortex and end up with just that, leading lines. I scouted this place early during the day and found this composition, hoping that the Aurora would deliver at night. Nothing happened for quite some time, and t...
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The Point

May 11, 2015  •  Leave a Comment
Before After The scene had tremendous potential. The light was a big problem though. The sun, wherever it was, had already set, and it was getting dark quickly. Regardless, I took the shot hoping that I'll be able to make it work. First of all, this is what attracted me to the scene in the first place. You have an unusual mountain, a reflection...
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Mirror of souls

May 05, 2015  •  Leave a Comment
Before After I absolutely love reflections.. There is something about them that for me points to a world that's there, but not quite. They don't always make a good photograph though, as it's not easy to weave the reflection into the story of the shot. I found this spot purely out of luck. I was shooting with a group of friends when one of them...
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The eye of the storm

April 28, 2015  •  Leave a Comment
Before After It was sheer bad luck that ruined the shots that came before this photo, and sheer determination to make the next shot work. When I arrived at this scene the storm already passed, but the sky was still alight. What I didn't realize until it was too late is that it was still drizzling. I shoot with a Canon TS 17mm, that looks like...
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