Vernazza (pinhole)

Box of chocolate from 1955

A box camera is like a box of chocolate.. you never know what you’re gonna get. Specially when you take multiple exposures.

Kiss on the bridge (pinhole)

Trondheim, Norway.

sea hawk

At the edge

Godøya

Godøya, Norway (Pinhole).

Nest

Sea

Ice walkers

Diana’s thoughts

My mother

My mother on her daily afternoon-nap.

Gothic Oslo

Psychiatric Centre at dawn

Me and Holga at Østmarka psychiatric centre, Trondheim.

Diana F.

Meet the beautiful Diana F.

Almost home

Near Ferrara, Italy. January 2015.

Card players

Shattered sky

Tokyo (pinhole)

Tokyo, November 2014. Sharan pinhole camera, modified.

My-day, my-day

Oslo. Going to work today, but not feeling like..

Keio Plaza, Tokyo

Diana, Diana..

Only you see the world as I see it..

….

Pinhole N.Y.

New York, last week.

Boundary line

There is a boundary line between what a photographer feels should be documented and shown and what should remain private.

The few photos below are from a project I just did about that boundary line, which in this case happened to coincide with the boundary between life and death.

And these are the only few photos from that project that will ever be displayed on this blog. The other photos need to mature. They may never see the light or may one day be shown in a more appropriate way than on a blog.

If you want to share a thought on where your boundary line goes, as a photographer, or about these shots I shared, please feel free to comment.

Mourn

Young owls. Kodak TMax 100.

A penny for your thoughts

Girl in a coffee shop, Kyoto, June 2013. Kodak Tri-X 400.

The perfect machine

Few things fit to the definition of “the perfect machine” better than an orchestra. To agree on this, you just need to commit yourself to learning an instrument. It will take you many years of devotion (and frustration) and most likely you’ll never get close to the skills it takes to perform in a real orchestra.

Some years ago I was asked to take a few photos of the Tromsø Chamber Orchestra during a rehearsal. Here are some shots.

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