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billede af pige på perron i ørken

Last week we did a shot for AU, the university of Aarhus, Denmark. They wanted a graphic and humoristic image for their promotion material for their exchange student program.

The result is the above shot, a composite of a train stop south of Aarhus, with a local student in front of a backdrop from the mojave desert in Nevada, USA. It was never meant to look real, just done to make it more fun & a little exotic.

A big thanks to Midtjyske Jernbaner railway company for letting us use their train stop.

Gear used was the Nikon D800 w. 16-35 lens, a 13 inch Macbook Pro, a profoto 7b with a beatydish to separate her from the sky and of course photoshop :-)

 

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We hope that 2011 has been as good for you all, as it has been for us at the studio. This year has offered many new & interesting challenges and many new clients and friends. We look forward to work and cooperate with you again in 2012. Have a merry christmas and a happy new year!

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While on a shoot at Raabjerg Mile in northern jutland, we spotted this mysterious creature in the distance.

The elusive northern jutland Sand Yeti from Morten Koldby on Vimeo.

I shot a writer yesterday…

november 24, 2010

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Yesterday I had the pleasure of working with LG Jensen, author of “Milkyway Meat – Sandæmonen” & “Ulvebrigaden“.
We went to a burnt out factory building in a suburb of Aarhus, to do a series of portraits in the mood of his writing style. The shot above is the first of the finished portraits.
To see more about LG, look at his Facebook fanpage.

Intern this week…

oktober 28, 2010

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This week I have an intern from a local school, who is with me on a few assignments to see how life as a photographer is. Her name is Julie and already she show great promise with retouching images in photoshop. After just minutes in front of my mac she had finished her first picture that I had shot earlier and told her how the client wanted to look. And that was her first ever experience with both a wacom stylus board and Adobe Photoshop. I foresee a bright future for this young lady if she chooses to pursue a carreer in photography when she finishes school. So remember this face well, because you will be seeing her behind the camera in a few years.