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  • This is your life

    Inspiration and the meaning of life can be found anywhere. Even on brick walls in alleys. This is your life and it’s ending one minute at the time… Unless you enjoy every minute until the end. Kudos to whoever put it up on the wall. © Børge Indergaard 2013. All rights reserved. Captured during April…

  • The social media trap

    Facebook Google Plus Twitter Flickr 500px Pinterest DeviantArt Pixoto Linkedin StumbleUpon Digg Reddit Tumblr WordPress del.icio.us Scoop.it + some forgotten one’s. If you’re like me you probably get fed up by only looking at that list. Being a passionate photographer and blogger / person that likes the idea of social media is a lot of…

  • Street Photography workshop in Venice and Verona with Adam Marelli and Eric Kim

    Earlier this summer I decided to do something out of the ordinary, something which I have never done before. Something social, exciting, inspiring and creative all at the same time. For the last seven years I have been interested in photography (a bit on and off though) and I have spent a decent amount of…

  • Post-processing photographs

    Over the last few weeks the weather has been terrible here in Trondheim. Rainy and stormy most of the time and very low temperatures. I also had to perform some small surgery on my foot which made me sit still for a few weeks until the wound healed. There are advantages to have to stay…

  • Photographs that tells a story

    This might look like a simple image to the naked eye. And it is a rather simple image. But does it tell you a story? If so, please share your thoughts with a comment. I admit it; most of the images that I have noticed and ranked on several websites in the past has been…

  • Starting a photography project

    I have been thinking about starting a photography project for a while now, and tried to decide what it should be based on. Should the project be based on the content of the photographs or the way that I present (compose and post-process) the photographs? Should it be about people, architecture or nature? Should the…