Posts Tagged ‘Trondheim Calling’
In the beginning of January this year I shot a small series of Nicole Sunde for Tremd Models. It was a bit cold that morning and as you can see from the shots, the outfits that the model wore weren’t that warm. We used Mercur Senteret as a base where we could change clothes, take short to warm up the model with hot chocolate and evaluate what we had shot.
With me on location I had photographer Lisbeth Vorren to help me out meeter the light, doing the reflector and wind works and helping out with the ideas. Check out her amazing work at www.fotografvorren.com. The whole shoot was a bit relaxed and not stressed. The only thing we had to consider was that the light was varying and fading fast as the clock passed noon. After the first round I found out that I had shot just on the small JPG-setting, I might have flicked the quality switch on my camera while I was trying to change the ISO-speed. It might be a great tip to always check what quality you are shooting at even though you are sure you are shooting RAW.
Unlike the previous three series I published of Eva-Marie Frisnes, Rebecca Løckra and Maren Elise Aasen, this series is just natural lit with the help of just one, big, white reflector.
Hope you enjoy this series!
As a little extra for my five year anniversary I published my own facebook-page, if you like, please do follow me on www.facebook.com/FotografTrondheim. It hasn’t been thought through very well, but judging by the trend I will publish some of my shots on the page and you can comment back more easily than on just my blog.
What’s the plan
This weekend I plan to continue working with TEMPO shooting documentary and at a concert they are playing at Trondheim Calling. Saturday I am shooting a portrait series and a dance event (Dans o’hoi! at Olavskvartalet and finally a bridal show at Britannia on Sunday. Monday I am traveling to Copenhagen to shoot Copenhagen Fashion Week for Runway Passport and doing some model tests with local models.