Long Exsposure

Black Forrest
X-T1 18-55mm @ 18mm | f7.1 | 10 sec | ISO 200

There is something therapeutic about long exposure photography. One has to calm down and take the time back. For me this really helps me to stress down, and escape from the fast paced world of every day life and work, getting rid of all worries and just live in the moment.

When I do this I start to connect with my inner thoughts and my self. Removing the outer shell that’s trying to block away the fast paced world.

X-T1 18-55mm @ 18mm | f8 | 30 sec | ISO 200


What is your favorite way of escaping from the fast paced world, and connect with your inner thoughts?

Keep smiling! 🙂

Airport Photowalk

Rushing Through
Gardermoen, 2016

One of my favorite places to shoot is at airport’s. It has something to do with the atmosphere and that I’m not sticking my self out that much walking with a camera. I get to pretend I’m just another tourist. 🙂

My absolute favorite time of day to shoot there is late evening, when the tempo is lower, people is fewer and shadows are longer.

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Dark Mood

“Blackend” Sand, 2016


The last couple of days the weather have been overcast and rain, so after a photowalk around to a local viking burial site yesterday I passed a lot of old buildings and this made me start a little project. Don’t quit yet know what might come of this. Maybe it’s just the weather that made me in a dark mood.

“Tjern” Sand, 2016

Look Up!

I spend a lot of time just looking straightforward or down, seldom I raise my head and look up to just watch and see. But when I do there is a whole new world appearing.

A world of dreams and freedom.

I’m Free #LookUp