In early June 2018 I visited Gotland for 4 days for the first time. It was not a dedicated photo trip but we went there to relax, eat good food and see the amazing scenery. Of course, I could not help taking the camera with me and take some photogs. This was however a great scouting trip.Read More
The composition is pretty straightforward. I wanted the castle to be the main subject in the image and I hoped the sunset sky would burst in colour. I framed the castle in a more central position in the image and put the horizon line near the lover third line in order to show more of the sky. In this particular image, I didn't want to blur out the water because it was pretty calm, to begin with, and I liked the reflections from the sky in the water ripples.
In the picture above I have marked where the shooting location was and the left and right endpoints of the panorama. The panorama consists of 7 frames wide each bracketed +1, 0 and -1 stops.Read More
Today one of my images was featured by Formatt-Hitech filters. It's a photo taken of the parliament building in Stockholm, Sweden. I used one of their filters, a Firecrest ND 3.0 (10stop), in order to take a long exposure so the water around the building would be smoother.Read More
I have been out exploring the nature of "Norra Järvafältet" in order to see if I could find some nice compositions for further photography. It's cool that you have nature reserves so close to the Stockholm city limits. It's really a city with nature and water. I thought it would be easy to find good compositions but it proved me harder then I thought.Read More
I visited Gripsholm in Mariefred to explore the castle area for an upcoming trip where I intend to photograph the castle and the surrounding area. Gripsholm is a very nice area that I can really recommend you to visit. There is a lot of interesting to see and I found a number of interesting compositions.Read More