colorful edibles pt. 2

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Following my previous post where I combined some fruits and vegetables with colorful backgrounds, I used the weekend to play around with some of the contents of my shopping bag once more..

For the above images, I again used a quite simple lighting setup consisting of a 400W halogen flood light + diffuser and reflector on opposite sides. I am quite satisfied with the results of this cheap setup – the only downside is the flood light gets really hot after some time, significantly heating up my small working area :)



copenhagen ’17

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Here are a few impressions of the beautiful & vibrant city of Copenhagen.

For a photographer, the city’s combination of modern architecture & design as well as traditional elements is perfect to find interesting spots and some unconventional views.


Its easy to get lost in time here just wandering around and trying to already imagine your surroundings through the perspective of your viewfinder.P8032644P8032643

The harbor area is especially attractive, however it’s also quite overrun (understandably). So, by moving just a bit off the main tracks it’s also quite easy to escape the masses and enjoy the nordic flair.




gilleleje sunrise

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As a small recap for 2017, I want to share some highlights from my summer vacation in Denmark which I missed to blog previously.

I visited Gilleleje, a beautiful small town in the Hovedstaden region. Here I experienced  one of the most impressive sunrises I have seen so far (as a reward after having a quite sleepless night). The image above is a 15 sec. exposure including a cruise-ship passing in the background shortly after the sun has risen. I am quite happy with this shot, especially since I needed to use the rocks on the shore as a tripod. For this photo I used the M.Zuiko 12mm lens @f2.8.


gloominess and a bit of light

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During a walk on the last day of 2017, I came through this dark and gloomy forest patch with a few spots of light shining through to the ground. Fortunately I had my camera with me.. So, finally after a long break without finding much free time for photography, I want to start the new year with this post and plan to update this blog regularly again.

Let me wish you all a good start into 2018!


Shot with my Olympus E-M5II and 25mm f1.8 lens.