While the well-known locations are popular for a reason, I've been more drawn towards the no-name landscapes and dramatic atmosphere that describes the island. In this miniseries, the mysterious atmosphere is exactly what I've focused on.
I can’t believe that another year is over. Just like that. It felt like 2018 passed by in a blink. This has been a very exciting year for me where I’ve been able to keep expanding my business CaptureLandscapes, meeting new like-minded people, explore new terretories and spend a big portion of the year guiding photography groups around some of the most scenic places our planet has to offer.
2017 has been an eventful year and I've had the pleasure to meet a bunch of new people, make new friends, make new business partners, explore amazing landscapes, teach aspiring photographers and most importantly learn a lot about both business and myself.
After spending 10 days in Greenland, I couldn't help but feel a little overwhelmed – the scenery is incredible but it's changing fast.
A collection of my favorite images captured in and around Rondane National Park in Norway during the autumn of 2016.
During my one week visit to the largest island of Greece I got to challenge myself and step out of my photographic comfort zone. Crete is a beautiful island with nice people and captivating sceneries that I had a great time capturing.
As many of you might have noticed, Instagram recently released their latest update Instagram Stories. My first reaction was rather negative, as it is a copy of Snapchat, but after giving it some thought I've come to the conclusion that this can be a great way to connect further with all of you.