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My first camera was an analog Fujifilm camera - I got for my birthday. Today I really cannot remember the model, but I really never got it working satisfactory and actually I was put off fotography.

Years later I got a clip-on camera module for my Ericsson mobile phone and from there I spent my heard earn money on a Sony Cybershot -P72, with a wooping 3.2 megapixel sensor and 3x optical zoom, which I used for about ten years until the zoom mechanism went haywire and I returned to using smartphones, as I already owned that one.

I will upload new/old photos at no fixed schedule. As my camera is broken and I only got my smartphone for the job, the shooting of new photos seldom occur. But at the moment I'm cleaning up my existing collection of photos, removing duplettes and unusables. In this connection old photos emerges from the deep, which is a great opportunity to learn to know some open source post processing software.


  Buildings :

The Arcades in Brøndby, created by Utzons Architects.

The backside of the Music Theater of Albertslund, a municipal cultural center.

Water sculpture on the large lawn, right next to the large flowerbed.

Camera: Jolla 1 Smartphone
Post Processing: DarkTable
Camera: Nokia N900
Post Processing: DarkTable
Camera: Jolla 1 Smartphone
Post Processing: DarkTable

A playground at the vicinity of Nørrebro Station in Copenhagen, a nice october midday.

A winters day in Brøndby.
Camera: Sony Ericsson SK17i.

Sun Behind Royal Arena (Amager, Copenhagen) - In The Making 2.

Camera: Nokia N900 Smartphone
Post Processing: Darktable
Post Processing: Darktable Camera : Smartphone Jolla 1
Post Processing: Converted with KDE ShowFoto, using filmsimulation : Ilford Delta 400 Pro 3200.


  Plants :

Flower bed with yellow and white daffodils.

Camera: Jolla 1 Smartphone
Post Processing: Darktable


  Gone :

The Fourth of May - Never again.

Camera: Smartphone Jolla 1
Post Processing: Darktable


  Animals

Cats are cool, but got their own mind of things. But they are usually very difficult to take a decent photography of.

One says that the eyes are the gateway to the soul.

Cool shot of a couple of zebras in Knuthenborg Safari Park - from a nice trip with my in-laws, back in 2005.

Camera: Jolla 1 Smartphone
Post Processing: DarkTable
Camera: Jolla 1 Smartphone
Post Processing: DarkTable
Camera: Sony Cybershot DSC-P72
Post Processing: DarkTable