Nikon D300, f5.6, 200mm, 1/160 s, ISO-200
Yep, the obligatory flower shot. This image goes back to the first Worldwide Photowalk organized by Scott Kelby. I was in Denmark at the time, and participated in the city of Odense, also known as the birth place of Hans Christian Andersen. This flower grows in the garden associated with the museum dedicated to him. Its called the Fairytale Garden – translated of course. If you are in that area, check it out.
So at this time the Nikon D300 was brand new to me. I only had one lens, the Nikon 18-200mm, which is incredible versatile, but not the sharpest lens however. Still, I got a few shots from that day that I liked and this one is one of them – even though it’s a flower.
- Nikon D300, 56mm, f8, 1/500s, ISO-200
Okay, so this is the first post of my new website. I still have tweaks to make, but that will come over time. In the mean time I welcome any feedback you might have. I do realise that I’m writing this mostly for my self to read, but I have to start somewhere. So I’ll kick it off with an image I shot in Denmark in the summer of 2009. Reason for the pick, Im Danish, and its was already processed to my liking. Looking back, I wish I would have done some brackets to attempt a HDR. I went back to the same beach the year after, but this boat where nowhere to be seen. A glass fiber boat just isn’t the same – I tried it.
I follow quite a few photographers, and I’ll try to feature them here on my blog as times goes. I also like reading about photography, and the editing tools that goes with photography, so my book shelves are getting pretty full. A list and an occasional review of a book will most likely find its way on this blog as well.
Well that’s it for now. See you around.