Musician portrait: Ricardo

When walking the old town part of Riga, Latvia I met brave Ricardo. Armed with an ukulele and a kazoo only, he’d decided to travel all of europe making money for food and gasoline by playing his music only.

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Ricardo

This very polite portuguese is going south from Latvia planning to visit both Croatia and Greece before returning to Portugal for Christmas on the 25th of december. If you see him be sure to drop him a small amount for the road.

Ricardo Neves

Pattern mix portrait

Mixing up patterns always makes a nice composition.
Here’s a portrait of Pernille in a rented apartment in Århus, Denmark

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Pattern mix

Edited in Lightroom, framed in Photoshop
Shot with the Fuji X-T1 and the 56mm 1.2 lens

Portrait photography: Heinz @ Herning Rocker

Did this cigarette and beer portrait of my friend Heinz at our local music festival.

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Lighting up another one

Shot with the Fuji X100S.
Edited in Lightroom, framed in Photoshop

Live music photography: Jacob Binzer / Disneyland After Dark

Jacob Binzer – easily recognizable in choice of both hat and sound – leaving stage at Herning Rocker 2015

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When the music's over

Miraculously captured with the Fuji X100S
Edited in Lightroom, framed in Photoshop

Portrait: Jess @ MCH Arena

My friend Jess and I have seen FC Midtjylland play soccer in the danish Superliga for many seasons now. And we’ve seen them being cup and championship runners up several times, but never really seen them win anything.
This year though they won the danish Superliga and are now ready for Champions League qualifiers in july.
So, I’m celebrating with this portrait.

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Jess @ MCH Arena

Shot with the Fuji X100S in natural light.
Edited in Lightroom.

Photography: Light and shadow

Girl caught in shadows and the soft evening light.
On her forehead she has the remains of a selfdrawn tiara.

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Light and shadow

Shot with the Fuji X-T1 and the XF 56mm 1.2 lens.
Edited in Lightroom, framed in Photoshop