I love weddings - I love to tell the story that plays out on the day - and I would love to do it for you!
I use a documentary kind of a approach where I try to stay as much under the radar as possible to get the natural candid moments that happens throughout the day.
I like constrasty black and white shots and natural coloured shots and deliver a mix of the two, if we do not agree otherwise.
See my dedicate “Bryllup” section for more information.
I like to be creative! I visited Thorup Strand on a stormy day, with big waves hitting the beach behind the fishing boat.
The obviouse would be to take the shot with the crashing waves behind it. But I went for a long exposure shot to calm the ocean and instead let only the movement in the flags reveal the actual conditions on the day.
The end result - in my eyes - is a well balanced dynamic photograph.
Cycling is a fantastic sport!!
I have a huge passion for cycling - with my camera I love to tell the story that plays out on the road.
“A day in the life”
De billeder som fortæller allermest om jer, tages der hvor I er allermest jer selv.
Billeder som disse gør sig ofte godt på prints
There is no better thing than taking photos of passionate people! Especially passionate people doing what they are passionate at - whether that is teaching, racing bikes, doing gymnastics or simply people how are passionate about each other.
Take a seat ...
I like to shoot people ...
I don't own a studio and don't intent to get one, as I think the best picture of you is taken somewhere that add to the history of how you are. If that is you walking with your family on the beach, or as here shoot in the living room wearing your favorite shirt, we'll find out together.
Cycling is my passion!
I enjoy grapping my camera, go to a bike race and shoot the action.
I try to find an alternative angle on the action - for example shooting a more "landscapey" type of photo with the rider placed in it or get up close to show the emotions of the rider.
Her er det lille Andrea som døbes i Sankt Lukas kirken i Aarhus.
Being discrete and having a good sense of catching the right moment yields good, genuine photos of your party.
Another "urban landscape" photo - I like how the bike path lead towards the city beneath the dramatical sky. The city ranges from the industrial habour area, to the newly build flats at the habour front to the offices located in the downtown high-rise. The local waterpark "Den Permanente", covered in snow and ice, act as midground subject.
Winter landscape at Bjerrely Fiskesø
A slow shutter speed emphasis the movement of the snowflakes.
The action in this photo intrigues me. The rough sea that collide with the solid bunker and shoots up into the air. The sepia look is to underline the history in the picture and a quick shutterspeed freezees every drop of the wave.
Road cycling, cyclocross, anything with two wheels and pedals I'm there!
Here the local hero of the Grote Prijs cyclocross race in full race mode!
More cycling - an example of a cycling shoot with a twist where all focus is drawn to the rider.
Graduation - three nurses getting ready for graduation. I like the combination of the simplisity of the black and white photo with the coloured pillar, that tell a story about their future professional endeavour.
The famouse US Navy DC plane that crashed in 1973 is a very interesting subject as it's isolated on the black beach in Iceland.
A part of why I like to shoot cycling and bike races is that you freezes a split second of a way hectic environment. Therefore I like shooting a wide variety of scenes and subjects as long as there is action to capture. That being a gocard race or a wedding where you get to capture the interpersonal-action between the guests and the newly wed couple.
I love a high contrast portrait! The atmosphere it creates around the subject makes it so much more interesing.
A little bit of black and white street shooting
Sunset over Aarhus
Love the high contrast between the profile of the city and the burning sky from the sunset.