Kjærringa is the Norwegian slang for “wife”. I guess most photographers photograph their wives when testing out new looks and camera settings. Many of the images turns out to be great, and on this page I present images og “kjærringa”. Hope you like them 🙂
In Sandefjord – On my way to the train station
To get some new inspiration, I joined a workshop in Oslo, “Streets Of Oslo” with Trond Lindholm. New creative inspiration came slowly creeping while Trond talked with great enthusiasm about his work as a street photographer.
All participants were given challenges which should be solved, “Good morning Oslo” and “Faceless”. The images were displayed in plenary towards the end of the workshop, and participants had solved the challenges in many exciting ways. All in all a great and inspirational day.
Here are some of the pictures I took during the day.
Information – buss for train
At the train station in Sandefjord. A quiet Saturday morning
Train arriving at the station in Sandefjord
On my way!
A room with a view!
Train stopped in Tønsberg – rest of the distance in bus
In Oslo. Quiet morning!
Good morning Oslo – 1
Good morning Oslo 2
One of Tronds cameras
Another rainy day. This time from Drammen.
t’s that time of year. There are more gray days than sunny. All the leaves on the trees changes color from green to yellow. It’s getting colder every day. It is not long until the snow will cover the ground. It’s the same every year!
On a recent trip to Barcelona we stumbled upon a scene for a movie or television series. A lot of actors in old clothing, kids playing etc. I managed to take some few images.
It´s well known that Fuji X jpeg files are high quality. I have been a RAW shooter for many years, but in 2013 i converted from Nikon to Fuji. I kept on shooting RAW files with my Fuji´s, but just for the fun of it I decided to give the jpeg files a test. I was stunned! The jpeg files the X-T1 produce is the best I have ever seen. Here are som images SOOC, all settings done in camera. No post processing.