And The Winner Is…

“And the Winner Is…” – 500px Editors’ Choice


Story about communication in relationships nowadays. iPads were used as lights in this picture with two yongnuo speedlights, so I used higher iso and wider aperture as usual. Other yongnuo was on a boom with beauty dish and grid, other was bounced from the wall behind the camera for fill.

Food Images

I made couple of images to the food theme. I have seen this egg sperm thing done with at least spring onions, carrots and sprouts. I managed to get the egg broken but at that point I was tired enough that I thought I’ll fix it in post, which was a quick fix. I have done chili and paprika images before and this time I thought to use them in this fat/thin pair. I chose totally different post processing for the images. I usually try to find styles that work best for the images and not do everything with the specific style.

Like Yoko and John

I thought that this image inspired by Rolling Stones magazine cover of Yoko Ono and John Lennon would fit nicely to my relationship series. It gets quite a lot more macabre with fat piggy lying in the bed and I also wanted to make an image where woman seems to be more interested about the camera and the man is more submissive on the womans side. From a color point of view it also loans something from american beauty poster. I used boom arm to raise the camera to the roof as it worked nicely in previous above the bed shoot too. I then photographed several shots about the sheets alone and used those to enlarge the bed to the king size model.

PSA Journal – Image of the Year

PSA Journal January 2017 – Image of the Year Competitions.

Weather Radar Station

I guess it was a mandatory take your camera outside day. We went to a weather radar station south of Kuopio called Oinosenmäki. The hill were the radar station stands is quite bald so you can see to all the directions from there. Since sun rises around 9:40 it didn’t mean early wakeup and we were there well before the sunrise and I think the best colours on the sky were found before the sun actually rose.