This man did not look very pleased to see me :D
Just having fun with lead fonts and light
In black and white
This was taken for an album sleeve. When I shot it my idea was to recreate a soviet style propaganda look.
Photographically speaking I really like churches – few places offer the nice interior natural light as these buildings do.
If I have a complaint it has to be the hanging chandeliers that sometimes can ruin the shot :D
An added benefit is that the staff is most often very friendly.
Technically speaking; it is essential to have a fast (that is light sensitive) lens and preferably a lens on the wider angle of the scale.
Also a FF (Full format camera) is good to have as they perform well at high ISO.
The thundering sound, ground shaking as these two beasts galloped forward heads bent low.
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at 5 weeks old this happy kitten is full of energy. Originally I was only to take one photo but as it became apparent that he was having a great deal of fun I could not stop shooting :D
Fiskehoddorna (lit. the fishing sheds) in Malmö.
I’ve been preoccupied with the ancient dolmen just west of this medieval building http://laperm.wordpress.com/2014/08/19/clash-of-religions/ , but here’s focusing on the church. It was built in the 10th century with additions made in 1844.
The church style is typical of my region (Skåne) in Sweden.