Now how often would you see a fully dressed bishop with four priests in tow strolling past CENTERBURGER? 🙂
The story here is the one I covered. The other images in this series were taken during my preparations for the anniversary and for my own enjoyment but the real objective was to cover the 25’th birthday of the church. To celebrate, the bishop had come and as the church is placed right next to a small mall the procession passed both a burger place and a parking lot.
Locals will recognize this image from the front page of the September issue of Tårnby Bladet (a wooping 21,000 copies).
I find church organs fascinating So much sound! A bit intimidating as well so someone who can barely remember where C is on a piano.
I also had the chance to get close to the organ. There was actually a lot of clutter there but some shallow depth of field and close-up always helps when that’s the case (except in my house…)
I really like the lightning of this church.
Another detail from the 25 year old church on Amager, Copenhagen.
A detail from this very modern church.
I volunteer as photographer for a small monthly paper – no secrets there. For now I’m having a lot of fun being asked to photograph places, people and events I wouldn’t normally have considered. One such place/event was a 25’th anniversary at one of the parish churches.
The actual event was last Sunday but I wanted to be well prepared so I visited the church ahead of time and took the opportunity to take images just for my own sake. I’ll be sharing these over the next couple of days.
I used another preset from Perfect Effects on this one. I really like the look – a lot different from what I would have achieved on my own so far. Still reading up on B&W conversions… The original is below.
With this preset I was trying to get as close to film B&W as I could. Again the motive is the boat shed by the Kastrup Marina shrouded in the mist. I should probably find something with a little more punch potential to practice on 🙂
Playtime! We’re still by Amager Beach, more precisely by Kastrup Marina, and below you can see the original photo before editing. But here I tried out a cross-processing preset from Perfect Effects 8 – right now this package from onOne Software is free, don’t know for how long.
I like the dreamy surreal look I ended up with here. And this is the original – almost B&W but I didn’t shoot it as such as you can see from the grass: