It's a sunny day in Trondheim, I'm sitting on a bench waiting for my wife and children. I use the waitingtime to photograph with my Iphone people on the bench opposite the street. For ca. 20 minutes it was a ever changing of different people from differerent countries using the bench.
It was one of this light late summer evenings, we went out looking for wildlife. We met first a Deer, in a river we met a Bever, and when we turned to go home, we met a big Moose.
Today I relaxed when I walked. I didn´t know what pictures I would shot, and what kind of pictures I would have when I got home. Maybe it helps to not think and just be relaxed, because today I got three portraits, and it was just smiling faces. Nobody got angry with me and asked … Continue reading Don’t stress, relax and automatic settings
I have wondered if I shell have this blog in English or Norwegian language, but now I have decided to go for English language. It is two reasons, one I have to exercise in the English language and second I can reach more people. Today I went out in the lunch. I have went out … Continue reading You never know what will happen
There are so many pictures out there, in the world, at Instagram, Flickr, Facebook, in photo clubs, everywhere. Maybe you wonder how to express your voice. You look at a picture someone else have taken and found it amazing. What did this photographer do? You ask yourself “Why are not my pictures in the same … Continue reading To find your style
Yesterday I was as usual on my lunch out to “hit the street”. It was a grey day in July. It was blowing and it was a little bit cold. I wanted more street portraits, but my luck seemed to be gone. I thought that I could take portraits of young women beggars, so I … Continue reading It wasn´t my lucky day
Today I took my first street portrait, it was exciting and I felt nervous. I saw a man, a beggar, coming near me with a cup and wanted money. I thought; now I have the opportunity to make a portrait. I gave him 10kr, and asked if I could get a picture of him. He said … Continue reading Start with streetportraits