I take photos to practice my inner eye – the one which is supposed to skilled in creating visual moments. When I don’t walk aimlessly around with a camera, I do graphic design and illustration from somewhere in Copenhagen.
I own a Canon Eos 550D, and before that the 400D, which took all the photos before april 2010. I started out with a Canon 17-85 mm lens which got replaced with a 50 mm f/1.4 somewhere around the beginning of this blog in january 2010. Photos taken before that is with a small Sony Point-and-Shoot which got killed in the sandy dunes of Peru.
Since april 2010 I’ve been taking most of my photos with a Canon 28 mm f/1.8 and sometimes with a Tokina 11-16 (since august 2011). When I travel I sometimes use a Canon 18-135, which is the case with most of the photos from Peru.
You can find all the photos in a better resolution on Flickr, and sometimes more from the same shoots. They are all published under Creative Commons, so feel free to use them for non-commercial purposes, and alter them all you like, just please contribute me.