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Newlyweds

Portfolio - August 20th, 2010

Newlyweds

I like to capture the bride and groom on the way out of the church, during the march in they are usually very nervous but on the way out the are much more relaxed and are starting to enjoy their big day. I was just a guest during this wedding but couldn't help myself when I saw this photo coming to life and stepped out in the middle of the isle to get it.

Tuscan Hills

Portfolio - August 12th, 2010

Tuscan Hills

Tuscan hills in the beginning of April.

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Lamp post in Florence

Portfolio - April 30th, 2010

The Italians have a certain way of never leave anything out of style, whether it’s their own clothing, accessories, art, decoration, cars and so on. So it doesn’t surprise me the least to find a lamp post like this on one of the hills overlooking Florence.

Lamp post in Florence

Lamp post in Florence

Dario Minieri

Portfolio - April 27th, 2010

Watching the latest season of High Stakes Poker made me remember that I have a photo of poker pro Dario Minieri taken during the WSOP 2008 lying around.

Dario Minieri

Dario Minieri

Change of Priorities – Welcome Dante

Portfolio - April 24th, 2010

The recent lack of updates (and temporary halt of the “in progress” project) is due to a simple reason, we got our long awaited Dobermann puppy on April 11th and he’s been calling for some (or rather much) attention since then. This means that most of my technical projects (and The Cheap Gourmand) are somewhat on hold for a while.

However, Dante (technically speaking Dobvoyage Fangs) and a recent trip to Tuscany have revived my interest for photography (and made me realize how lazy I’ve been lately) so I might just start to post some more photos instead.

Dobvoyage Fangs "Dante"

Dobvoyage Fangs "Dante"

On the Way Home From the Slopes

Portfolio - January 4th, 2010

On the Way Home From the Slopes

Jessica on the way back from a day in the downhill slopes. The low sun coupled with all the white snow can give extremely soft light, the setting suns also provides some warmth to the otherwise cold colors.

Snow and Beer

Portfolio - January 4th, 2010

Snow and Beer

Henrik drinking some beer while taking a break from the sauna. The high amount of blue content in the light (reflected light from the sky due to the low sun) means that most cameras can have a hard time really nailing the white balance.

Bride with Wind in her Veil

Portfolio - September 29th, 2009

Bride with Wind in her Veil

Once again the wind creates vital dynamics in the photo and in this occasion also flowing lines which ties the image together.

Pushups

Portfolio - September 25th, 2009

Helena Doing Pushups

Helena Andersson doing some pushups on the beach during a photoshoot for a fitness competition. As usual I let my subjects do what feels natural to them (working out in this case) to get my best images.

World War III Survivalist

Portfolio - September 8th, 2009

World War III Survivalist

Some friends decided to play some post-apocalyptic World War III dress-up and I happened to be nearby with my camera which resulted in some cool photos. When this photo was taken it was practically pitch black, it was too dark for the autofocus to lock on anything and to clearly see through the viewfinder, but the ISO capability of the 5D mark II and the 1.4 aperture provides unparalleled creative freedom for photographers like me.

Posted in Portfolio September 8th, 2009 by
Anders
and last updated January 4th, 2010. Tagged with .