Category: water photography
As long as there’s fish in the sea
Photos from my travels in India and Sri Lanka during these last years of fishermen and their boats and all thats going on around them on the beach. I also try to figure out why I’m so fascinated by fishing boats and an explanation of what The Sri Lankan Highway means in Kerala.
Women who surf
How I use my background from photographing roller derby when I photograph surfing. And a bit of critisism towards surf photography since it doesn’t yet reflect the equal pay/prize money that WSL has introduced.
A reflection about how my photography style has evolved as a surf photographer, i focus more on the surrondings. But still my love for the sea is strong and I’m most impressed by the surfers. Photos from when I was photographing surfing at Coxos in Protugal along the Atlantic coastline.
Arugam Bay Surf Club
My photos and experiences from last wednesday here on the east coast of Sri Lanka when I was foturnate enough to capture Arugam Bay Surf Club teaching the children to surf.
Swimming with camera
About my first attempt at water photography in Ericeira, Portugal. Was going to take photos of surfers, didn’t but discovered a Wes Anderson hotel.
The gang’s all here
I’ve always been obsessed by water, it started when I was really young and sitting in a water tub in our sauna until my fingers looked like raisins and continued with me happily swimming in the cold Torneå River while my friends had blue lips and were freezing their asses off. But not me. And…
It might seem like there’s only one thing going on
When you look at my surf photos it might seem like there’s only one surfer in the water when actually, there are many. And most of my photos looks like the ones above, a bit messy, but I like them more than the clean shots. They’re depicting the beautiful sea and the movement in the…
And I continue
I continue waking up early in the mornings, getting on my bike, being stunned by the beauty of the city and feeling fully present while I’m swimming in the waters around Stockholm. Sounds pretentious, but it’s true. And usually it’s the best part of the day.