There is nothing more relaxing than few hours on the rocky coast with sound of waves and beautiful sunset. Do you agree? 🙂 Taken with: NiSi holder V5 + NC CPL + GND16 soft (1.2), Canon 5DmkIV, + Canon 17-40/4L Helleviga – Kristiansand, Norway
I always stay after sunset until is totally dark. The last time was no exception. I really enjoy playing with very long exposure times. Here is how it looks when you combine big waves and 2,5 minutes exposure time in almost total darkness. Taken with: NiSi holder V5 + NC CPL + GND16 soft (1.2), Canon 5DmkIV, + Canon 17-40/4L Flekkerøy – Kristiansand, Norway
“Happiness is a simple idea when facing the sea” – Jean-Claude Izzo Yes, I was happy today. First time on the coast with new camera and with new set of NiSi filters. On top of this, the sea welcomed me with gorgeous waves… beautiful evening 🙂 Taken with: NiSi holder V5 + NC CPL + GND16 soft (1.2), Canon 5DmkIV, + Canon 17-40/4L Flekkerøy – Kristiansand, Norway
The last light of day after amazing sunset. 2 minute exposure in almost total darkness, but luckily through camera we can see more then without. NiSi holder V5 + CPL + GND8 soft (0.9), 2 minute exposure. Flekkerøy – Kristiansand, Norway
“One’s destination is never a place, but a new way of seeing things” – Henry Miller Flekkerøy – Kristiansand, Norway NiSi holder V5 + CPL + GND8 soft (0.9), 10s. exposure.
Peaceful time before sunset. Anstens lighthouse – Flekkerøy, Kristiansand. NiSi holder V5 + CPL + ND1000 (10stop) + GND8 soft (0.9), 5 minutes exposure.
Yesterday’s sunset was just spectacular! 5 minutes exposure, NiSi holder V5 + CPL + ND64 (6stop) + GND8 soft (0.9)
What a lovely weather was on Flekkerøy today! Big waves, rain, snow and really strong wind. Me and all equipment was totally wet, but we survived 👍 Very refreshing experience. And one behind the scene picture with says it all 😉
I am very happy to announce that I have been chosen as the new product ambassador for NiSi Filters Nordic Europe! Extremely excited to be working with great people from NiSi Filters and have chance to promote their amazing products.
For quite a long time I had this picture in mind, me with fire torch standing on the rocky coast and milky way shining in the background. Finaly last week I made it happen. I DIY my fire torch from wooden stick, old t-shirt and vegetable oil which when burned smels like french fries… I know, but hey it worked. It was great fun to shoot it and picture came out exactly as I planned.