Monthly Archives: August 2010

Ordinary day

Sorry for not posting anything in a while, but i’ve been super busy lately. Lot of production at work and a few personal projects that i’ve been working on. So if nothing else i thought i would share some photos … Continue reading

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Hometown glory

This weekend i was home in Grebbestad visiting my parents and my brother. Ahhh it’s just so good to get out of the city sometimes, a real breath of fresh air (literarily speaking!) more after the break.

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Canon to Nikon

A few days back i ordered a Canon – Nikon adapter to use with the 5d mkII. I did not expect much (not even to work!) but HEY! it works. So now Im able to use my Samyang 85mm f1.4 … Continue reading

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Back on the streets

Things are slowly getting back to normal now. Im back in Oslo, back at work and back out on the streets shooting people. Ahhh what a good feeling!! Not that Im complaining or anything but shooting beaches for a month … Continue reading

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114 pages of love

First of all I wanna thank you all that commented on my earlier post. Really fun to hear your thoughts. Now to the real business… he he. My book “The land of the loving people” is finished and ready to order!! … Continue reading

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Lost dogs

Found these guys a few miles from Ao Nang, Thailand. Got a few shots before they ran away…

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The land of the loving people

This year i spent my summer traveling around in Asia, a trip that proved to have a much bigger impact on me that i ever thought. The people, the culture, the nature! it all made a really strong impression on … Continue reading

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Showtime

Finally i can show you the music video that i’ve been working on. This was a really fun project to be apart of and i think we all did a really good job making Mr Kleibergs vision come to life. … Continue reading

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