The director ready to shoot
Me and Lars
The keeper Gunnar
The film crew working
The bathtub and crew
Actor Viggo and director Ole-Andre
Me and actor Anne Cecilie
Beautiful location when the weather is nice
The lighthouse of Grasøyane
My award winning film “hunting the light” is now online on Vimeo with english subtitles and bonus features.
Please push HD in the window above 😉
I can´t really remember last time I experienced a rainbow like this monday. We had a family gathering at our holiday house, and on our way back home this beautiful rainbow appeared.
We did almost lost the ferry…
First I did use a Sony RX100 IV, but unfortunately the lens was not wide enough. After some running and gunning I took up my Canon 5D MarkIII with a 16mm wide lens.
This is the church of Åram. Here I use the Sony camera.
The ferry we took from Åram to Larsnes. Still using the Sony camera.
Here I am on board the ferry. Actually is was as yellow/orange as this. Now I use the Canon fullformat camera with the wide lens. I´m very happy I had it in my car.. This picture was impossible with the small Sony camera.
This was the scenery when turning the camera all the way around.
When arriving further into the fjord, a different light appeared. Not as yellow as earlier. And we still see the second rainbow.
Getting closer to Larsnes. Again I turned the camera all around.
This is Larsnes, my hometown. Nice with the rainbow all around;-)
Of course I could not stop photographing as long as the rainbow followed me. Here I have moved to Gjøneset. The rainbow ends where I photographed the first photos earlier.
A quick trip on the local mountain today, Drageskaret.
Still a bit snow in the heights.
Yesterday we did some recordings for the movie about bankskøyta in Ålesund.
We traveled back to 1800 century, a girl(Noor) is waiting for her dad to come back from fishing.
Note the optics I’m using😉
This a showreel that I´ve filmed and edited. Please turn up the volume and enter full screen, enjoy;)
Did a trip on my local mountain this saturday, and brought my new compact Sony RX100 IV.
Here is some examples from the trip:
As you see, I played a litle with the panorama function in the camera. I have to use more time to get it right. I think the resolution is not good enough in this mode.
The RAW files seems to be quite good.
Today I’ve filmed a scene in my home area, and of course a timelapse:)
Today I’ve been to Ålesund, the most beautiful town in Norway:)
I wanted to make a timelapse above the city, and here is a couple of pictures taken two hours apart:
The last one was captured first..
This afternoon I had a trip to Drageskaret, a mountain in my home area. A nice evening for timelapse shooting.