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Today I browsed the internet for some photo inspiration, and came across this National Geographic’s photo contest site, and talk about inspiration! Amazing photos!
Here are some of my favorites…
Photo by Hasan Baglar
Photo by Henrik Nilsson
Photo by Istvan Kerekes
For more photos from the same contest, click here
Yesterday I had an “old classic evening”, and stumbled over some great ones of Peter Gabriel. An amazing artist, with a standard that never goes below average, and this one is certainly WAY over average.
For those that like Frank Ocean or Kim Cesarion, check out Troye Sivan! What a great track this is!
Spotify: Troye Sivan – Touch
When it comes to photography I’ve always been a “all or nothing-guy”. At times I spend hours after hours just to get better, but at other times there can be 2 months without using my “normal” camera, and at that time just settling with my iPhone or other smaller devices.
In autumn though, the feeling always gets me. The colors, the air and so in. Magic!
Yesterday I got up early to take some photos of Stockholm. The weather channel had promised a great morning, and it was right! Amazing.
Half of these images (the sunny ones) are without any post-processing (except lens correction), while the others are using a specifik preset that I’ve developed over the last months. The preset is based on a preset I downloaded from Trey Ratcliff. It’s a little bit superficial, but I like the atmosphere it brings to the photo.
Best wishes for a great ending of the weekend!
For those of you out there that needs that little extra motivation this Monday. Listen to Apollos Hester. No lack of energy there :)
What an awesome personality!
This week has been all about decisions.
Since I’m working with Active Decision Support, I have started to think a lot about decision processes; and how decisions are made – both professionally as well as private.
One thought that really keeps spinning is how many of our decisions/crossroads that we actually are passing/making all the time without noticing/knowing it, and how big these non-decisions really can be.
The photo is from a trip last weekend, to Gotland / Visby on a really foggy day.
iPhone-Hacks has put together a short and good article about how to use the new camera features in iOS 8. Check it out here: Link
Most of the people passing this guy didn’t care about him, but wait and watch what happens when some persons really did care…