One day I went to Moesgaard Museum (MOMU) near Århus, Denmark.
The museum focuses on Danish ancient history, and there is to be found a mix of realistic museumfigures amongst bones and The Grauballe Man, the most exceptionally preserved bog body in the world.
Below here are som pictures from the visit.
Rest in peace…On display…
Continue reading “At the MOMU”
I recently wrote a post on flower portraits relating to mobilephotography. This time the perspective is in black and white/ monochrome. And the camera is a standalone. But the shootingsession is the same and so is the setup and lighting.
Continue reading “Flower portraits in black and white – The first attempt”
I am kind of fascinated by the whole thing about still-life photography. When thinking still-life in a photographic sense, one might picture a studio with a lot of lights and flashes, and a big camera on a tripod. Hmmm… A dream scenario I admit. But less is reality for me. My livingroom, a dinnertable, a couple of photolamp-stands, a couple of reading-lamps atached to the stands, a diffuser/reflector set, and various cardboard in black and white. Add to that a smartphone and a Gorilla tripod, and I am set to go.
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Still-life experimenting with glass and mirror. Only lighting is diffuse backlight.
The shot above is taken with standalone camera. The shot beneath is taken with a smartphone.
Continue reading “The lying glass”
This wooden rose, once bought in Austria, was put on a mirror to get the reflection beneath it. A diffuse backlight and light from the front right. The front light was in a slight above position. Continue reading “Wooden Rose”
Sometimes patterns just look like something from a fantasy, a dream, a movie or whatever. Some days ago i passed by a concrete wall and this grabbed my attention.
An alien. Marked in the concrete.
There is an ambient silence in the church. It reveals the life of light and shadows, so fascinating to any painter, photographer or in other way visual artist.
Monochrome seemed to be the best choice in order to depict what I saw today.
Continue reading “A trip to a church”
A black cat is a challenge to work with. This time I am closer to getting a satisfying texture in the fur.
And this time Stitch didn’t bother the camera. Maybe next time the result is better.
Nik Collection is definitely a great help in post processing. Try that out, if You haven’t already.