Long exposure: The new Little Belt Bridge

The New Little Belt Bridge, a suspension bridge connecting Jutland and Funen in Denmark.
Normally something you race over in your car, but a very impressive sight when standing next to it on the shore.
Managed to do an 28 sec long exposure ending up like this:

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The new Little Belt Bridge

Shot with the Fuji X100S and a 10 stop Lee Filter.
Edited in Lightroom, framed in Photoshop

Long exposure: Campsite lake

Been a long time since I did my last proper long exposure, but this Easter I finally managed to do another.
Only about one kilometer from my home, I noticed the small lake at a campsite, and I did an 18-sec long exposure ending up like this:

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Campsite lake

Shot with the Fuji X100S and a 10 stop Lee Filter.
Edited in Lightroom, framed in Photoshop

Music video for Morris – Rio / Hvidesande

I wrote about the portrait of Morris recently, but I’ve also just shot this simple video.

I wanted a really, really simple setup.
This was filmed in less than an hour, and even though it’s one of the quickest video projects done so far, it’s also one of the most pleasing and rewarding. A nice-to-handle project

Shot with a Canon 550D and a Tamron 17-55mm lens.
Edited in After Effects and then colour graded in Photoshop

Morris / Morten A. Local musician

Have been doing stuff on and off with this guy.
He’s a local hero, a poet and a heartbreaker, and I remember him playing guitar from my teens.
Now he’s about to release a new album, and while shooting a video for a song on that album, we did this photo also.

The light that day was amazing.

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Morten A.

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

Mixed light portrait: Backstage only

Mixed light and grafitti background set the stage for this portrait of Emma-Oline visiting the local juice bar in Herning.
Natural light coming from her right, and artificial light coming from above.

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Backstage only

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

Monochrome photography: Patience

I love this simple picture. Really proud of it.
The composition, the mood, it genuinely looks like this poor woman has been waiting in that wooden bus stop for years.

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Patience

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