Back in 2016 I went on an expedition across the Greenlandic Icecap in a group of 11 people. I will remember this for as long as I live and luckily I have som fantastic images from the expedition as well.
I keep coming back to one specific waterfall close to where I live. Its not the biggest one, but it keeps changing based weather conditions. I often find new aspects of the waterfall. And for some reason I have not posted this image on this page.Continue reading “Waterfall details”
Now a days one have time to digg trough the photo library for old hidden treasures. I found this piece from the woods.
I’m not quite sure where its taken, but I believe its shot south west in Norway at a place called Urdådalen. It has a remarkable good quality given that its taken by a Canon 350D back in 2009.
Negative space is a effect used to strengthen elements in the frame. You don’t need to use just one colour, but the image above is a typical example where the lack of details in the mist actually draws attention to the two trees.Continue reading “Negative space”