"Photography is the art, application and practice of
creating durable images by recording light or other
electromagnetic radiation, either electronically by
means of an image sensor, or chemically by means
of a light-sensitive material such as photographic
film. It is employed in many fields of science,
manufacturing (e.g., photolithography), and
business, as well as its more direct uses for art,
film and video production, recreational
purposes, hobby, and mass communication"
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Photo sessions with models can be on a chosen location
or in my homestudio in Randers.
Pictures of Architecture, Landscapes, Bugs and Animals can be found along with pictures in the Portrait, Fashion and Nude Art style.
Among the photographers that inspire me are:
Rainer Matthias Gillessen
Here you can see my latest work -ongoing as well
as future projects.
I have been taking pictures since i got my first camera at the age of 12.
Until early 2017 my preferred motives was nature and the creatures
you would find in the wilderness.
In February 2017 i attended a Portrait workshop in Aarhus,
In May a Nude-art workshop at an abandonded factory near Randers,
And in September and Oktober, two Nude-art workshops in Aarhus.
These workshops started my interest in model-photography.
I am a passionate hobbyist photographer.
Styles includes architecture, landscapes, nature,
fashion, portrait and nude-art.
Sometimes with a surreal or weird twist.
I prefer images that appear to be timeless or out of place,
And i try to achieve just that effect in my photos.
Sometimes there is more to an image, than meets the eye.
Interesting details just waiting to be found.
If you would like to try your modelling skills,
feel free to contact me.
I shoot tfp (time for pictures) sessions
Photosessions with models can be in my studio or on location.
Click here to see the Contract used in connection with photosessions.
"What spirit is so empty and blind that it cannot recognize the fact that the foot is more noble than the shoe, and skin more beautiful than the garment with which it is clothed?"– Michelangelo