An Unexpected Opportunity – Photographing During a Foggy Night

One night when I couldn’t sleep I noticed there was a thick fog outside. I went outside to take a look and decided I should get my camera gear and use the opportunity to photograph during a foggy night – instead of failing at sleeping. One of the first subjects I noticed was a house that still had the lights on. Often it is difficult to photograph […]

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Moon Light Photography in Autumn

One of my favorite types of light conditions to shoot in is definitely moon light. Moon light  can be used for very interesting photographs but it has some unique challenges as well. Even though the moon phases are predictable, the chance of using this type of light completely depends on the weather. As with astrophotography in general, clouds and especially overcast tend to ruin the opportunity.  Full […]

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The Shortest Night

The lack of darkness in summer In the Nordic countries makes night photography difficult. Attempting astrophotography before late summer is more or less pointless. Landscape photography in general can also be problematic since the sun sets very late and rises only a few hours afterwards. If you want to use both, you wont be getting much sleep. On the other hand if you have the time and determination you […]

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