Night photography: Bicycles and reflections

Decided for a walk in the rain yesterday evening (autumn in Denmark is nothing but wind and rain) and as I passed the DGI Hotel in Herning I noticed the nice silhouttes from the bikes and the colorful reflections of the colours and light from hotel.
Even though I had very wet feet when I got back home, this picture was worth it.

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Bicycles and reflections

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

Photography: Out of focus

Have always been fascinated by the combination of depth of field and night time light.
So, when seeing this Hamburg highway, I deliberately did a wide open shot.

Hope you like it :)

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Out of focus

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

Photography: Waiting

One of my favourites, really. Love the light, the stairs, the pose and the story it tells.. Hope you love it too :)

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Girl on stairs

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

Portrait photography: Vladimir Petrovic

I very seldom do portraits, but when in Belgrade back in early september I did this natural light low key moody portrait of my good friend and colleague Vladimir Petrovic.

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Vladimir Petrovic

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

Long exposure: Belgrade, Savsko jezero

In between showers on a surprisingly wet and windy september day in beautiful Belgrade. This is from the Ada Ciganlija and towards the Plaza beach.

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Belgrade - Savsko jezero

Besides my Manfrotto Pixi, a cable release and my Fuji X100S, I used this Lee Seven5 starter kit kindly provided by Light Partner:

- attachment ring for the X100s
- filter holder
- Big stopper (10 ND filter)
- 0.6ND Neutral Density hard grad filter

Edited in Lightroom, framed in Photoshop.

Photography: Cashino ghost

London at night, couldn’t help waiting for a person to walk by this facade and create a ghost like shape.

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Cashino ghost

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