Below I have gathered links to websites of other excellent photographers, people whom I admire and in whose work I seek inspiration. There is also a few links to photographic resources that I use to extend my knowledge on photography, stay up to date on equipment, techniques, software etc.
I met Bill in Paris in September 2008 where we were both participating in the same workshop on street photography. We were staying at the same hotel and soon started eating breakfast and dinner together. Over the cause of the two weeks the workshop lasted we ended up spending a lot of time together and despite a 25+ year age difference and radically different political views we developed a friendship. I have since had the pleasure of having lunch with Bill in New York City and hopefully he will make to Denmark one day. Bill shoots mainly film using his Canon F-1 but is occasionally seen using his Hasselblad H2 with a digital back. Bill lives in Philadelphia PA, but every year he travels across the entire United States at least once. This gives him excellent opportunities to seek out new motives, and both his street photography and his landscape photography are in my humble opinion excellent.
Louise was a fellow student at a course I attended at the Danish School of Journalism and Media a couple of years ago. She is educated at Fatamorgana, The Danish School of Art Photography and work as photographer for Save The Children. Through this work, Louise has had the opportunity to travel to some of the ptoblem areas in the world to document living conditions there. I have found a lot of inspiration in her work and I especially admire her series from Aceh, Sumatra which was among the worst hit areas after the 2004 tsunami.
In August 2009 I spent 10 days shooting different events for the Copenhagen World Outgames 2009. It was a great experience and great fun. I got the opportunity to meet and work with other photographers. One of these was Warren. He's a Canadian from Toronto who crossed the Atlantic just to cover this event. I think he does some excellent portraits, but judge for yourself.
ONEXPOSURE is a unique artistic project. Imagine the best of the best from the contributing photographers. All gathered in one place for you to enjoy, be inspired and learn from. Each photo submitted to ONEXPOSURE is carefully screened by editors before being accepted and that means that the quality of the photos is extremely high. Unlike stock photo collections, ONEXPOSURE see photography from an artistic viewpoint, and that, combined with the immense talent represented, makes ONEXPOSURE something unique.
Contains portfolios from some of Americas best photo journalists. Looking through these portfolios is a both amusing and interesting way of learning about composition and lightning and it is hard not being inspired by all the outstanding photos here.