Archive for July, 2009

After Sunset

Tweet It sometimes pays to look in the opposite direction of the sunset, in case there are clouds lit up by the sun.


Simple Resizing in Photoshop

Tweet Resizing your pictures before uploading them to web is a way of using less of your allowed space, for example on Flickr. Select your crop tool, then enter the width and/or height of your final version. Enter px for pixels. In this example a width of 194 px and a height of 205 px […]


Pottery in Black & White

Tweet This picture is from my friends pottery, and I am working on a series to document her throwing process. I used only window light and a reflector which results in a highlights/shadows challenge. Very proud to have achieved a Picture-of-the week award with an online photography magazine that has 700,000 unique visitors per week. […]


Within The Frame

Tweet I would like to recommend this book! For the how an why on taking pictures. It can be ordered on Amazon.co.uk. You can read a pdf with a sample from the book at Peachpit.com. Do read The Travel Photographers review HERE. The Wandering Photographer calls it the photo book of the year HERE.


The Photographer’s Eye

Tweet I am truly fascinated by books that help me “seeing” pictures. To understand when they work and when they don’t. The Photographer’s Eye av Michael Freeman is to me the ultimate book on composition. Photography changed completely for me after reading this book. You’ll find it on Amazon.


Loretta Lux

Tweet iI find her images really fascinating. Se her work at http://www.lorettalux.de/