I´m fascinated by the X-Pro1´s CMOS-censor. It´s remind me of (30 years ago) when I used Kodak Plus-X 125ASA, developed in D-76 and printed on Kodak Paper, graduation nr. 3. (The camera I used was a Leica M-4P with Summicron 50mm 2.0) My settings on the X-Pro1 is: B/W, Highlight +1, Shaddow +2. I exposeing […]
I’m preparing my upcomeing trip to Bangkok, Ho Chi Minh City, Phnom Penh and Siem Reap and back to Bangkok. For the first time I will mount a GoPro on my camera so I can make video recording while I take pictures and doing interviews with the people I photograph. I chose the GoPro 4 […]
My pictures exhibited at Leica’s Lounge at Foto Messan in Stockholm. The exhibition is made in collaboration with Leica Denmark (Nordisk Foto Import). The pictures is taken with LEICA Q and from Phnom Penh, Cambodia.
All the pictures on “The Little Q Exhibition” at Mimosa Foto is photographed with LEICA Q. The pictures is from Cambodia.
I have a great enjoyment to come back and visit the people I have been photographed. Many times during the years I have had the pleasure and opportunity to come back and visit the people I have been photographed and give them a print from the last time I visited them. Typically I make the print in […]
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If you are going to Siem Reap, Cambodia and need a “fixer” I can recommend Mr. Sela. He is a very friendly and credible person, speak a very good English and know Siem Reap and the area around very well. You can contact Mr. Sela on phone nr. 00855 0973757392 or Facebook: Sela Seak Tuk Tuk
On request from LEICA in Denmark (Nordisk Foto Import) asked me if I would like to take the new LEICA Q with me on my upcoming trip to document the living conditions of the people living in the slum of Phnom Penh, Cambodia which I have a great love for. I have tested LEICA Q the […]
When you are living on the street, you don’t have any privacy. Not even the most private things. Many probably think it’s rude to take a picture of a person during their visit to the “toilet” but it’s a part of their everyday life. And if you want to document their living conditions it’s a […]
Married couple in front of their home. Homeless man sleeping. Beggar who lost his leg by a landmine. Photographed while I was playing with a street child. They need a lot of love and care. All the pictures is photographed in Phnom Penh, Cambodia. Thanks for your approachability.