I have been preparing this story for some time. It’s a story of great importance to me. It’s a story … Read More
My 617 Panorama Camera Experience – part I
The whole world (almost) knows that I love the panorama format and I’ve always wanted to try shooting with a … Read More
Painting the early Summer in Copenhagen
It’s been juuuuuust above 25 degrees for the past few days. In Denmark we call that “Summer days” and wear … Read More
Crocs, Boxer Shorts – and a Sleeping Buddha!
Continuing the newly started tradition of telling some of the older travel stories here’s the story of how I encountered … Read More
Painting Frederiksholm Canal with light
I received my Wacom Intuos3 6×8 tablet this week and I already find it to be an amazing tool and … Read More
I always write I’m a light chaser and a weather chaser but lately I seem to be chasing time mostly. … Read More
Painting with light
One of the most powerful tools of processing a photo (be it in a traditional darkroom or a digital darkroom) … Read More
Updates, design tweaks and RAW housecleaning!
I’ve done a lot of “house cleaning and painting” lately on my blog: I did a few design tweaks trying … Read More
Frederiksholm Canal in Copenhagen Panorama
Wednesday we had one of those weird Spring days where the weather goes from sunshine to rain to hail storms … Read More
Mindil Beach at Dusk Panorama
Even if you haven’t been to Darwin, you may have heard of the beach in Darwin called Mindil Beach and … Read More
The Great Australian Bight – camping at the edge of the world
“Life on the edge”, “living on the edge”, “if you’re not living on the edge you’re taking up too much … Read More
World Panorama Stock & my new Sydney Panorama
As always, it’s a panoramic world for me! I recently became a Pro member of World Panorama Stock, a great … Read More
Chasing and photographing a Snow Storm
A scene from the life of a stormchaser / photographer… “Did you catch anything today? by the way why are … Read More
Peter Lik – this post has been deleted
This old article about Peter Lik and his great landscape photography has been deleted. Writing a positive article about Peter … Read More
The landscape as a character
I am a landscape (and cityscape) photographer so naturally I love movies where the landscape itself is an integral part … Read More
Sigma DP1 update and fullsize images
Just a quick update on the exciting Sigma DP1 (see my previous posts here and here). It is now very … Read More
Super Wide Panoramas
Sorry for neglecting my blog and not uploading any new photos to my website, this flu virus has really taken … Read More
Ipod touch for photographers
I’ve had a super nasty flu-like virus for more than a week now so haven’t been able to do anything … Read More
Me and digital sensors – we love the red colours of dusk!
Dusk for me has the best colours of any time of the day. Next time you witness a sunset, please … Read More
Sigma DP1 – it's real and almost here!
A digital rangefinder…a digital compact camera with SLR quality…it’s actually coming! (although it’s not quite a rangefinder). Remember my post … Read More
Your 3-legged friend the Tripod
Tripod is not only a very funny Australian comedy trio but it’s also an essential tool for getting the best … Read More
One desert for me please!
I travelled in Oz years ago with a Swiss woman who always got the words “desert” and “dessert” mixed up. … Read More
New blog design
You may already have noticed something is different. The look of my blog here on WordPress.com is being changed to … Read More
New logo and web design is now online!
After two months of work I am now very happy to be able to present my new logo and new … Read More
Photographer, sunlover, stormchaser, weatherman
I miss the sun. I miss the tropical heat. I miss light. Any light that isn’t gray will do. I … Read More
Storage – protect your data!
I’m a photographer but I’ve also worked professionally in IT for 14 years and when it comes to protecting digital … Read More
Shooting stitched panoramas
Last week I talked about shooting cropped panoramas – this week I’ll cover shooting stitched panoramas. Stitching is the process … Read More
Shooting Cropped Panoramas
It is no secret that I love the panorama format, I’ve mentioned this in countless posts. Read this one for … Read More
Happy Xmas, new year, new day and new second!
I never got around to posting a Merry Christmas post, so a belated Merry Xmas, hope you had a great … Read More
Reality doesn't exist – an example
As a follow up to my previous post – here is a practical example of what I mean when I … Read More
Reality in a photo? Doesn't exist!
I recently updated some things on my web profile and blog photography page about my approach to photography and post … Read More
The largest Australia gallery in the galaxy is online
I presently have a designer working on the whole front page and logo design etc. of my web, while I’m … Read More
Hold on! Photographing from aircrafts!
First tip – don’t fall out! I love photographing landscapes and cities from above in helicopters, planes etc. and if … Read More
Kakadu National Park
South Alligator River panorama On the road I posted quite a few photos and wrote quite a bit about Kakadu … Read More
My Australia 2007 tour – stats, facts and the Best Of
I reckon it’s a good time to look back and post a bit of stats, facts and “best of” from … Read More
My Copenhagen – Mit København
I love living in Copenhagen (København to use the actual name), it is a beautiful and amazing multi-cultural city. As … Read More
Shoot photos high and low
I’ve loaded the 3108 Australia RAW files in Rawshooter Premium on my graphical workstation at home (oh how nice is … Read More
Website structure and design
I am presently working on the structure and design of my website. I have added a small slideshow and a … Read More