Fixxxer

Fixxxer

Lives in Sweden Härjedalen, Sweden
Works as a Photo store owner
Joined on Jun 2, 2013
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  • Had I been a religious person, I'd probably felt most home with the middle one, the Blue version. Can't say I'm too much in to the religious way though, so can't help you with further symbolism if ...
  • I think the scene is amazing and your capture is very good! All though I must agree with Roel, the church feels a bit squeezed in to the scene being so close to the edges top and bottom. Otherwise ...
  • Replied in Ladies in Red
    Yeah, that one was up for grabs. I love these "think twice on what you're looking at" photos you present to us so often. I think you are very good at portraying that. The scene itself is not the ...
  • Replied in Burn the bridge
    Another scene from the sunset in Ytterhogdal. Posted a first in the weekly 4/3 image thread. This was is taken with the Pentax K100D and Samyang 8mm Fisheye. Wooden bridge with steel structure
  • 1200 shots? That's quite a mouthful. Will take some time going through, I suppose? I can't remember ever taking that much photos on one event... not even on my journey through Norway earlier this ...
  • Replied in Heaven's on fire
    Ytterhogdal, Sweden E-620 with ZD 14-54 2.8-3.5
  • I think that guy needs to shave... but as far as your photo goes I think the sunglass reflection makes the photo. Without it this repulsive looking person would just make for a wasted shot - ...
  • I think this reminds me a bit of the french film noir with the scene, the light and the perspective. All though you might not have intentionally made it this way I think it looks superb! It looks ...
  • Replied in Swan Flower..
    I think it's a wonderful shot that reminds me of an artwork with the flora standing out from the water background in such a way it feels almost unnatural yet still for real. I like this one a lot ...
  • This reindeer snuck up on me while I was taking a leak in the forests around lake Rogen. Canon Eos 1D mIIN with Canon 100-400 4.5-5.6
  • I can't say I'm a big fan of the first one but I see what you're going for and I think it's a decent work. The second one, the sharper and more contrasted version is definitely more my cup of tea. ...
  • That big cloud really gives the photo mystery and energy at the same time and the otherwise serene scene is also very pretty. Where is this Cass bay?
  • Seems a bit slow today... Anyway, here's a photo from earlier this summer. Don't have the new photos with me from work today. The Swedish forrest berry called Lingon berry, which according to ...
  • Yeah, same cat. I have my own cat but Pepper just does more fun stuff so he's been in a few of my photos lately. Here's my cat: Kakan shot with a Canon Eos 1D mIIN and Canon 50mm 1.4
  • The silhouette appeals me most with that golden look. That second one is strangely mysterious for some reason, though.
  • As Andrew said, fog can make some interesting scenes and you've clearly used the fog to your advantage on this one. Nicely composed and well executed!
  • Replied in Zoe and Samson
    Wow, they're really growing fast! Look how big they re now, compared to a few months ago. About the eyes, I'm pretty sure it's the blue eyes that does it (in combination with their white fur that ...
  • Nice little photo story :) Are they both yours?
  • Replied in Wolfgang
    The backdrop really makes this photo... stunning. And the expression in Wolfgangs face couldn't go better with it.
  • Decided to tone out the colour around Pepper so the busy environment wouldn't take the focus from him. Though in real life it's impossible to not have focus on him as he's "talking" all the ...
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