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Jan H. Andersen

Jan H. Andersen 

Life Photographer - Stock Photos & Conceptual Art - Child Portraiture

Occupation: Artificial artist (emotion.pictures LLC)

Location: Ny Gothersgade 18, DK-8700 Horsens

Birthday: 02/24

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2015-11-19 21:36:09 (18 comments; 0 reshares; 9 +1s)Open 

Uhh - shiny new Google+. I like new.

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2015-07-06 21:30:39 (9 comments; 61 reshares; 111 +1s)Open 

The dangers of GPS

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2015-07-06 21:30:39 (9 comments; 61 reshares; 111 +1s)Open 

The dangers of GPS

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2016-04-09 16:30:00 (0 comments; 0 reshares; 10 +1s)Open 

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2016-03-12 22:13:10 (2 comments; 3 reshares; 24 +1s)Open 

Long time since I posted anything. Let me make up for that with a photo of Vauxhall Bridge from my almost infinite collection of London photos.

Long time since I posted anything. Let me make up for that with a photo of Vauxhall Bridge from my almost infinite collection of London photos.___

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2015-11-28 22:44:46 (0 comments; 0 reshares; 25 +1s)Open 

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2015-11-25 22:07:19 (11 comments; 0 reshares; 12 +1s)Open 

I think all children's photographers know the problem with children looking at their parents. Especially at the exact moment with the right expression where you click. When you finally get the parents to stand behind you for more than 5 seconds they are standing too high making the children look above you and still not at the camera.
So I've been to the workshop and made this little piece. It's going to take some seriously insisting parents to compete with Spongebob & Co. from now on in my studio ;-)

I think all children's photographers know the problem with children looking at their parents. Especially at the exact moment with the right expression where you click. When you finally get the parents to stand behind you for more than 5 seconds they are standing too high making the children look above you and still not at the camera.
So I've been to the workshop and made this little piece. It's going to take some seriously insisting parents to compete with Spongebob & Co. from now on in my studio ;-)___

2015-11-19 21:36:09 (18 comments; 0 reshares; 9 +1s)Open 

Uhh - shiny new Google+. I like new.

Uhh - shiny new Google+. I like new.___

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2015-11-15 01:07:49 (0 comments; 0 reshares; 12 +1s)Open 

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2015-11-08 19:08:20 (2 comments; 0 reshares; 27 +1s)Open 

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2015-11-08 15:46:40 (1 comments; 0 reshares; 25 +1s)Open 

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2015-10-11 21:19:37 (1 comments; 0 reshares; 18 +1s)Open 

New York City, Central Park

New York City, Central Park___

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2015-10-04 18:13:06 (0 comments; 0 reshares; 13 +1s)Open 

New York City, 9/11 Memorial

New York City, 9/11 Memorial___

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2015-09-28 19:44:33 (2 comments; 1 reshares; 15 +1s)Open 

New York City, Metropolitan Museum of Art

New York City, Metropolitan Museum of Art___

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2015-09-27 19:07:51 (0 comments; 0 reshares; 14 +1s)Open 

New York City, Central Park

New York City, Central Park___

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2015-09-26 03:18:15 (0 comments; 0 reshares; 26 +1s)Open 

New York City, One World Observatory

New York City, One World Observatory___

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2015-09-26 02:29:39 (1 comments; 0 reshares; 23 +1s)Open 

New York City, Washington Square Park

New York City, Washington Square Park___

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2015-07-22 23:40:53 (1 comments; 1 reshares; 23 +1s)Open 

It's no wonder that tens of thousands of people go to Champ de Mars and the Trocadero every night to party or just to see the view, because it really is spectacular.
Now that I'm done with night photos of the bridges over Thames in London, I think I will bring a real camera to Paris for a couple of weeks and continue with a new project on the Seine at night.
Real camera or not, here's a little night atmosphere of a completely random bridge ;-)

It's no wonder that tens of thousands of people go to Champ de Mars and the Trocadero every night to party or just to see the view, because it really is spectacular.
Now that I'm done with night photos of the bridges over Thames in London, I think I will bring a real camera to Paris for a couple of weeks and continue with a new project on the Seine at night.
Real camera or not, here's a little night atmosphere of a completely random bridge ;-)___

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2015-07-22 06:41:53 (3 comments; 5 reshares; 44 +1s)Open 

Morning atmosphere

Morning atmosphere___

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2015-07-20 20:59:09 (6 comments; 2 reshares; 46 +1s)Open 

Love this thing #atomium  

Love this thing #atomium  ___

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2015-07-20 06:22:23 (3 comments; 2 reshares; 52 +1s)Open 

A small night detail from Bremen

A small night detail from Bremen___

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2015-07-19 00:24:43 (3 comments; 4 reshares; 62 +1s)Open 

Finally got a chance of making some HDR photos with my Sony A6000. Was curious how well it could do long exposures and how the dynamic range would be. Does a pretty decent job. This is the first multiexposure HDR taken with that camera. And it's Bremen City Hall by the way - just around the corner a couple of hours ago.

Finally got a chance of making some HDR photos with my Sony A6000. Was curious how well it could do long exposures and how the dynamic range would be. Does a pretty decent job. This is the first multiexposure HDR taken with that camera. And it's Bremen City Hall by the way - just around the corner a couple of hours ago.___

2015-07-16 20:25:34 (5 comments; 0 reshares; 6 +1s)Open 

Paris coming up
Going to Paris next week. Any suggestions on the not-so-obvious things to see and do there?

Paris coming up
Going to Paris next week. Any suggestions on the not-so-obvious things to see and do there?___

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2015-07-07 17:36:47 (0 comments; 0 reshares; 6 +1s)Open 

Foldio2
Just received my Foldio2 (a Kickstarter project) today - a small collapsible lightcube for small object photography. It's lit by two rows of LED lights for making pro pack shots even with your smartphone. Made a short test with what was at hand. The result is straight out of the camera. Works pretty well.

Foldio2
Just received my Foldio2 (a Kickstarter project) today - a small collapsible lightcube for small object photography. It's lit by two rows of LED lights for making pro pack shots even with your smartphone. Made a short test with what was at hand. The result is straight out of the camera. Works pretty well.___

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2015-07-06 21:30:39 (9 comments; 61 reshares; 111 +1s)Open 

The dangers of GPS

The dangers of GPS___

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2015-06-28 01:44:58 (1 comments; 0 reshares; 16 +1s)Open 

Mummy

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2015-05-30 09:49:28 (0 comments; 0 reshares; 5 +1s)Open 

Exiftool to the rescue, when the idiot forgot to adjust one of the cameras for daylight savings.

Exiftool to the rescue, when the idiot forgot to adjust one of the cameras for daylight savings.___

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2015-05-28 21:02:40 (10 comments; 1 reshares; 14 +1s)Open 

I'm not sure the comparison between Flickr and Google Photos is fair. For me they are two very different products. Flickr is a photo community and working very well as such. Google Photos (and Google+) is not. Or at least not working as one. I once thought Google+ would replace Flickr for me, but I actually love Flickr more than ever now for being a real and noise-free photo community site.

I'm not sure the comparison between Flickr and Google Photos is fair. For me they are two very different products. Flickr is a photo community and working very well as such. Google Photos (and Google+) is not. Or at least not working as one. I once thought Google+ would replace Flickr for me, but I actually love Flickr more than ever now for being a real and noise-free photo community site.___

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2015-05-16 13:11:01 (1 comments; 1 reshares; 19 +1s)Open 

Aspiring talents

Aspiring talents___

2015-05-08 22:59:33 (0 comments; 0 reshares; 1 +1s)Open 

Wow! A good looking brand new Flickr!

Wow! A good looking brand new Flickr!___

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2015-05-08 21:40:03 (0 comments; 1 reshares; 26 +1s)Open 

Foaming

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2015-05-06 23:15:28 (1 comments; 2 reshares; 33 +1s)Open 

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2015-05-05 00:17:52 (4 comments; 2 reshares; 26 +1s)Open 

On May 4th we celebrate the end of the german occupation in WW2. We do this with burning candles in the windows at night to symbolize that we no longer need to cover the window lights for bombers.

On May 4th we celebrate the end of the german occupation in WW2. We do this with burning candles in the windows at night to symbolize that we no longer need to cover the window lights for bombers.___

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2015-05-02 01:23:40 (1 comments; 0 reshares; 21 +1s)Open 

Confirmation season ending soon

Confirmation season ending soon___

2015-04-18 22:01:52 (0 comments; 1 reshares; 2 +1s)Open 

Lidt om psykopater i foreningslivet

Lidt om psykopater i foreningslivet___

2015-04-06 11:10:32 (0 comments; 0 reshares; 5 +1s)Open 

Sommertid - igen?!?
I nat - altså natten til 6. april - valgte min Windows 7 at stille uret en time frem klokken 2. Præcis ligesom den gjorde for 8 dage siden, da vi skiftede til sommertid. Har checket min tidszone-indstilling, men den er helt korrekt. Andre der har oplevet dette?

Sommertid - igen?!?
I nat - altså natten til 6. april - valgte min Windows 7 at stille uret en time frem klokken 2. Præcis ligesom den gjorde for 8 dage siden, da vi skiftede til sommertid. Har checket min tidszone-indstilling, men den er helt korrekt. Andre der har oplevet dette?___

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2015-04-06 10:51:39 (2 comments; 2 reshares; 10 +1s)Open 

A collection of my favorite London night photos

A collection of my favorite London night photos___

2015-04-06 00:12:13 (4 comments; 1 reshares; 5 +1s)Open 

Hands-off Bracketing with Sony A6000 - finally
I have previously complainted that the A6000 doesn't support the combination of auto-bracketing with a timer delay, so you can't do HDR photos without touching the camera while recording.
This is a major flaw, and something Sony unfortunately still hasn't fixed neither in the camera nor by adding appropriate options to their smartphone apps.
Fortunately though I found the DSLR Remote app. This features IR remote control of the camera. Combining the continous auto bracketing drive mode in the camera, with the remote trigger from DSLR Remote works like a dream. The DSLR Remote app has it's own HDR function too, but this I can't get to work with the camera. Don't know why. But that really doesn't matter when I can just use it for triggering the built-in bracketing function in the camera.
DSLR Remote is... more »

Hands-off Bracketing with Sony A6000 - finally
I have previously complainted that the A6000 doesn't support the combination of auto-bracketing with a timer delay, so you can't do HDR photos without touching the camera while recording.
This is a major flaw, and something Sony unfortunately still hasn't fixed neither in the camera nor by adding appropriate options to their smartphone apps.
Fortunately though I found the DSLR Remote app. This features IR remote control of the camera. Combining the continous auto bracketing drive mode in the camera, with the remote trigger from DSLR Remote works like a dream. The DSLR Remote app has it's own HDR function too, but this I can't get to work with the camera. Don't know why. But that really doesn't matter when I can just use it for triggering the built-in bracketing function in the camera.
DSLR Remote is actually a really cool little app supporting many different phones and cameras. Check it out.___

2015-03-23 20:26:10 (5 comments; 1 reshares; 3 +1s)Open 

CPU slowing down
Do you know the kind of problems that, no matter how you phrase them, you get results about completely different things when searching on Google.
I have such a problem and have had it for months now without finding a solution, so now I turn to the community in hope of a solution.
I travel with my Dell Latitude laptop between my business office and home office. In both places it's docked in a docking station. Some times, roughly half of them, my CPU stays at 0,76 GHz when it starts up again from sleep mode. I notice it when my browser is slow or my email program is unresponsive. If I pull the power from the docking station, so the laptop runs on batteries, and put the plug back, then the CPU changes to running at 3,6 GHz. This is rather annoying as I often get frustrated about the speed of the computer before I do the plug-thing :-/
Any good ideas to what is... more »

CPU slowing down
Do you know the kind of problems that, no matter how you phrase them, you get results about completely different things when searching on Google.
I have such a problem and have had it for months now without finding a solution, so now I turn to the community in hope of a solution.
I travel with my Dell Latitude laptop between my business office and home office. In both places it's docked in a docking station. Some times, roughly half of them, my CPU stays at 0,76 GHz when it starts up again from sleep mode. I notice it when my browser is slow or my email program is unresponsive. If I pull the power from the docking station, so the laptop runs on batteries, and put the plug back, then the CPU changes to running at 3,6 GHz. This is rather annoying as I often get frustrated about the speed of the computer before I do the plug-thing :-/
Any good ideas to what is causing this problem?___

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2015-03-23 00:41:40 (1 comments; 3 reshares; 16 +1s)Open 

Awesome. This is going to be a really cool technology when it's developed a little more.

Awesome. This is going to be a really cool technology when it's developed a little more.___

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2015-03-22 21:22:54 (1 comments; 3 reshares; 55 +1s)Open 

One of the things that distinguishes Europe's old cities apart is how well old and new is integrated. Rome is a good example of how wrong things can go with "eye poop" everywhere. London is at the other end of the scale with Copenhagen and Berlin. For instance the beautiful Millennium Bridge towards St Paul's Cathedral.

One of the things that distinguishes Europe's old cities apart is how well old and new is integrated. Rome is a good example of how wrong things can go with "eye poop" everywhere. London is at the other end of the scale with Copenhagen and Berlin. For instance the beautiful Millennium Bridge towards St Paul's Cathedral.___

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2015-03-21 23:39:38 (9 comments; 0 reshares; 22 +1s)Open 

Tried my new Sony A6000 in the studio for the first time. Using a digital viewfinder with a flash setup in a semi-dark studio is hardly ideal. It can be done, but I don't feel in control like when doing it with an ordinary viewfinder.
That said, using it for natural light photos, like the one below, is a completely different thing. It gives pretty good results, even at high ISO. This is a good companion for the more atmospheric photos.

Tried my new Sony A6000 in the studio for the first time. Using a digital viewfinder with a flash setup in a semi-dark studio is hardly ideal. It can be done, but I don't feel in control like when doing it with an ordinary viewfinder.
That said, using it for natural light photos, like the one below, is a completely different thing. It gives pretty good results, even at high ISO. This is a good companion for the more atmospheric photos.___

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2015-03-21 00:25:38 (0 comments; 0 reshares; 36 +1s)Open 

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2015-03-15 20:34:09 (11 comments; 0 reshares; 32 +1s)Open 

I know it's not #Caturday  any more, but here's a shot from this morning of my little hairball. Nothing special - was just playing with my A6000, and it was either my cat or my feet. Guess you prefer the first.

I know it's not #Caturday  any more, but here's a shot from this morning of my little hairball. Nothing special - was just playing with my A6000, and it was either my cat or my feet. Guess you prefer the first.___

2015-03-15 18:14:46 (0 comments; 0 reshares; 3 +1s)Open 

Sony A6000 first impressions
Brought my new A6000 to a party last night. That was my first actual use of the camera. I didn't buy it for doing that kind of photography, so a f/4 lens isn't the most suitable for indoor photography at night. But I must say that at the Intelligent Auto mode it did a pretty good job capturing the party.
Experimented a little more today with the face recognition and eye focus and that works very well too, but I'll have to practice not doing my own single point focusing :-)
It's pretty noisy for a mirrorless camera. Even my Canon DSLR can take photos without any sound if using the live view mode, so I really didn't expect the A6000 to be that indiscrete.
I like HDR, and I was looking forward to using the camera for that, so I could carry less equipment around at night. With a lighter camera I could use a lighter tripod. Unfortunately... more »

Sony A6000 first impressions
Brought my new A6000 to a party last night. That was my first actual use of the camera. I didn't buy it for doing that kind of photography, so a f/4 lens isn't the most suitable for indoor photography at night. But I must say that at the Intelligent Auto mode it did a pretty good job capturing the party.
Experimented a little more today with the face recognition and eye focus and that works very well too, but I'll have to practice not doing my own single point focusing :-)
It's pretty noisy for a mirrorless camera. Even my Canon DSLR can take photos without any sound if using the live view mode, so I really didn't expect the A6000 to be that indiscrete.
I like HDR, and I was looking forward to using the camera for that, so I could carry less equipment around at night. With a lighter camera I could use a lighter tripod. Unfortunately you can't combine the bracketing feature with the timer delay. The photos will be taken when pressing the shutter button. That renders this function completely unusable as the camera should be completely free of movement, and it can't be when you're pressing the button. Sony could have fixed this with their Bracket Pro App, but they didn't. They could also have fixed this by supporting bracketing from the remote control app, but they didn't. This is a serious error and something I didn't even think I had to check. One star gone in my book :-(___

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2015-03-11 19:44:18 (2 comments; 4 reshares; 54 +1s)Open 

There are many brilliant photographers in this collection that deserves respect, but I hate when good photographers are defined and illustrated by WHO they photographed. Brad Pitt and Barack Obama doesn't make a good portrait or photographer all by themselves. Good stories and businesses maybe.

There are many brilliant photographers in this collection that deserves respect, but I hate when good photographers are defined and illustrated by WHO they photographed. Brad Pitt and Barack Obama doesn't make a good portrait or photographer all by themselves. Good stories and businesses maybe.___

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2015-03-10 23:01:58 (0 comments; 0 reshares; 20 +1s)Open 

New family member today. Didn't have much time to test it today, so I'm looking forward to that in the days to come. I did realize one thing though: The included manual sucks. Bigtime. It doesn't have to teach me how to photograph (hopefully) but it's hardly more than a button map, and I would like to know the features that could easily be missed. So I bought Gary Friedman's "The Complete Guide to Sony’s Alpha 6000 Digital Camera". 600 pages might be a little over the top, but it seems like an OK book.

New family member today. Didn't have much time to test it today, so I'm looking forward to that in the days to come. I did realize one thing though: The included manual sucks. Bigtime. It doesn't have to teach me how to photograph (hopefully) but it's hardly more than a button map, and I would like to know the features that could easily be missed. So I bought Gary Friedman's "The Complete Guide to Sony’s Alpha 6000 Digital Camera". 600 pages might be a little over the top, but it seems like an OK book.___

2015-03-10 22:05:19 (2 comments; 0 reshares; 4 +1s)Open 

VirtualDub
I'm starting with timelapse again. Did a little last summer, but got tired of GoPro's crappy and buggy GoPro Studio software - and got busy with many other things. But now it's time again. Gave GoPro Studio a second chance. But hell no! Not only does it crash now and then, and insists on chunking the timelapse into strange parts. It also outputs in their own CinePro codec, that most other programs don't like. I really don't get it why so many proprietary codecs are needed. Grrrrr!
So - VirtualDub is installed now. Maybe an old program, but it works perfectly and makes a brilliant result. Time to process the 250 GB timelapse photos on stock.

VirtualDub
I'm starting with timelapse again. Did a little last summer, but got tired of GoPro's crappy and buggy GoPro Studio software - and got busy with many other things. But now it's time again. Gave GoPro Studio a second chance. But hell no! Not only does it crash now and then, and insists on chunking the timelapse into strange parts. It also outputs in their own CinePro codec, that most other programs don't like. I really don't get it why so many proprietary codecs are needed. Grrrrr!
So - VirtualDub is installed now. Maybe an old program, but it works perfectly and makes a brilliant result. Time to process the 250 GB timelapse photos on stock.___

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2015-03-09 21:30:36 (1 comments; 0 reshares; 4 +1s)Open 

Just watched Boyhood with the kid. Obviously unique, and quite okay for a drama almost 3 hours long. The awards are well deserved. I kind of think that it captures parents growing up better than kids growing up. The feeling of getting old and not knowing what happened to all that time in between. And yet a reminder of that short moment, when life seemed to unfold. Recommended indeed.

Just watched Boyhood with the kid. Obviously unique, and quite okay for a drama almost 3 hours long. The awards are well deserved. I kind of think that it captures parents growing up better than kids growing up. The feeling of getting old and not knowing what happened to all that time in between. And yet a reminder of that short moment, when life seemed to unfold. Recommended indeed.___

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