A weekend in my hometown

I have visited my family in my hometown this weekend. Fathers day on Sunday and a photo shoot on Saturday.

On Saturday morning I trained at the local gym. I continued to work on my clean technique and I felt strong doing a 4×6 of back and front squats 🙂

The other reason I had to be back in Åsele was a family photo shoot. It’s both difficult and lot’s of fun to photograph children! The plan was to photograph both indoors and outside. But it was a gray and rainy day so we did most of the shooting indoors.
If I can get a little gear geeky I have to say that buying the Profoto B2 250 Air TTL to go kit was a really good investment! Earlier I carried a large and heavy bag on wheels, just for the flashes! Now I just have to carry two small bags. One with the flash, light modifier, a light stand and a small backpack for my camera and lenses.

I hope you had a great weekend!


Panoramas

This is a selection of panoramas from my portfolio. I love to make these wide photos! But they aren’t easy to make. My process is the same as when I’m making a “regular” photo. I’m thinking about composition, the light and what to include. And also what not to include.

Which one of the panorama above is your favorite?


Som fotograf

Som fotograf tänker man kanske inte som “vanligt” folk… Ser jag ett tal eller siffror som tex 200 eller 35 så tänker jag på mina favorit objektiv!
Eller som dagens ute temperatur 2,8… Då tänker jag bländare 2,8….
 🙂


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