Some of the images from a cheese feature for the Swedish food magazine Lantliv mat & vin. Recipes by, of course, the greatest Liselotte Forslin. To get the right dark natural light I shot this in my tiny office by my tiny window. I could just fit my tripod, camera, backdrop and food in. A good thing about that tiny window is that there is never any sunshine coming through it.
I’ve been working on a new project which is going to result in prints and posters. I’m spending a lot of time choosing what images to make posters and prints from. I’ve decided I will definitely make a few posters of photos from Paris, but I’m not sure yet which ones.This image here is taken from the top of the Eiffeltower in December. If you look close you’re able to see the Centre Pompidou, Sacré Coeur, Place de la Concorde, Les Tuilleries, le Louvre, Seine, Notre Dame, Pont des arts, Pont neuf among others, almost like a map. I think this is probably one of the images I will choose, it will be perfect as a big print so you can see all the buildings in it. I also like the colors in it and the cloudy sky, it makes it beautiful to look at from a distance too.
The last photo in this post is also taken from the top of the Eiffel Tower but in the other direction. Not as many famous buildings in that direction, but you can see the small Statue of Liberty that Paris has. It’s on the little island in the Seine, on the far end.
More Paris photos in previous posts here, here and here.
More images from the book about butter by Johan Hedberg. Madeleines brushed with maple syrup, browned butter ice cream and mazariner (I don’t know that one in English). Se more from the book in my previous post. Get the recipe for Browned Butter Ice Cream at www.leparfait.se.
I always want the window seat when I fly. Looking out seeing places almost impossible to go to like icebergs, deserts, high mountains, the middle of a big ocean, the clouds. Two of my images here are taken from an airplane on my way from Stockholm to Geneva. The other three images are taken from the ground in Sweden on a warm summer day. I have changed the true colors just a little bit to get the gray/green colors I think go so well with these images.
When working on the book about butter (Smör – kärna, bryna, baka) I took some images of the Swedish landscape around where I live. Landscape and nature photography hasn’t interested me very much before but as it turns out I want to do more. So apart from planning more photoshoots I have also started looking through images I already have from different travels searching for landscape and nature images. I have found many I really like and I’m thinking of what to use them for and I’m starting by showing them here. These are from Greece and the Canary Islands.