Sunrise at Patricia

I have been rebuilding my image library this weekend, splitting it up in smaller chunks. A real chore, but one positive side of it is that I get to revisit old shots, including second takes and stuff that never made it through my selection process. More often than not, those images should stay in the…

Retrospective 2012

So the time has come to check out what 2012 was all about. Let´s start off with some number magic, generated by WordPress data mining gnomes: Crunchy numbers 4,329 films were submitted to the 2012 Cannes Film Festival. This blog had 22,000 views in 2012. If each view were a film, this blog would power 5 Film Festivals…

Retrospective 2010 added

Since I got this latest word press theme I have a pretty neat way of showing image galleries. I did a retrospective in late december last year to wrap it up before heading out for another go at the streets. And since I have been doing this for a while, I decided to add retrospectives…

A tunnel vision

My friend Marcus and I decided to call in a couple of amateur models today to do some time for print portrait shooting. Street style of course. Besides the obvious fun in working with models I saw a chance to try out my new camera and the even newer 35 mm I got a couple…

Shoot the dead

Yesterdays Stockholm Zombie Walk proved to be a really fun event. Several hundreds of undead made a messed up crowd of gore and horror and an occasional giggle, slowly making their way through the city. I think it was great fun watching, and not to bad to photograph either. To bad every camera owner in…

Portraits by the sea

Nope, no time to work the street this weekend either, so I don’t have any fresh urban scenes to show you. That´s fine by me though, since my employer sent us out into the wilderness of southern Sweden to meet up with our other Scandinavian offices all weekend. By the sea, the light turned out…

Closed eye close-up

Snapped this guy a couple of weeks ago. If I´m correct, he´s the guy doing most of the conferencier work in Kungsträdgården, Sam Carlquist. It could explain why I found him there.