ABOUT

“To me, photography is an art of observation. It’s about finding something interesting in an ordinary place… I’ve found it has little to do with the things you see and everything to do with the way you see them.”

Elliott Erwitt

What i shoot for the most

STREETS
I like to shoot on the streets because it changes all the time. Always new people, things and situations. When you are out on the streets, you can see all kind of persons, and it reflects our society.
I have respect for the individuals, and do not want to take photos who set´s the objects in a bad light.

THINGS, ART & STILL LIFE
I like to shoot all sort of things who we are surrounded by. If you get them in a different perspective, you can maybe see them in a new way. Even the ugliest thing can be something too look at.
I also like to shoot Art in parks, streets or other places. As the tings i shoot, i try too get a different perspective.

PEOPLE
You can often read a lot from peoples faces. The older faces can tell a story about the life they have bee living and the visdom they have. The young ones have often expectations and wonderings in there faces. People on the street, is a mirror of the society, where there are peoples of all sorts. And all of theme deserve our respect, even those who hav felt of the ordinary life.

 

PRIMARY PHOTO MEMBERSHIPS

PF LOGO 2:1
PentaxForums.com, the friendliest photography forum on the web.
Founded in early September, 2006, PentaxForums.com also offers free photo space for all its members in the User Photo Gallery, as well as other valuable resources, such as the Lens Review Database and Pentax Camera Database that delve deeper into the world of Pentax equipment.

Pentaxforums.com

 

fokuslogo

The club was founded August 2001 . We have about 6o members from Mandal to Kristiansand. The members are all from amateurs to international photographers.

Fokusfotoklubb.org

 

 

MY EQUIPMENT

PENTAX K-3
24 MP APS-C WR (Main)

PENTAX K-30 (Spare)
16 MP APS-C WR

FUJIFILM X-M1 (Street)
16 MP APS-C X-Trans

Pentax MX (35 mm Film)

 

 

Legg igjen en kommentar