Wednesday, January 26, 2011

photos from krabbesholm

so, i've now spent three weeks here at krabbesholm, where i'm taking a 6 month photography course. out of those three weeks, i've been sick on and off for the last two. but still, i'm having a great time. i live with a roomie in a room that is completely red and pink, with some purple and orange here and there. i'll show pictures of it some other time, but here are some other photos i've taken so far:

one of our first projects was to interview a fellow student, and take a portrait of them based on what we learned from the interview. this was my portrait (and this is how our window sill looks like):


a shoot for a project based on taboos, or things you hide from public, and i chose to portray depression. here are some candids from the shoot:

and the final result (we had to put together 3-5 images, to make either a series or sequence):


a few pictures of the school:


and chilling in "the blue room":

24 comments:

  1. It sucks to be sick, but these photos are so beautiful! I don't know if it's a good or a bad thing but I really love the shots you took portraying depression. :)

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  2. I love the photos up top! Well, I love them all but the ones up top with the fog and the forest and the walking- yeah, those are my favorites.

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  3. yey! finally the krabbesholm post! i hope you post some more. he he. these are so beautiful.

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  4. Your photography is just stunning!!!
    Glad to hear you're managing to have a great time even when feeling poorly, it must be a great place! Hope you feel much better soon x
    Can't wait to see more of your amazing work!
    (I have to mention the lady with her thumb up she has the most beautiful hair!:))

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  5. Your pictures are simply stunning! I particularly like the ones in the misty forest :)

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  6. wow, i'm so jealous! would like to go on that course too!

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  7. sounds like a lot of fun! I'm glad to see more photos from you! I was just looking at your work last night hoping you'd post more. :)

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  8. The depression shots are fantastic!

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  9. Nikoline, du er awesome!
    - Mia

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  10. great, your photos are really stunning!

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  11. The photos about depression are great, they have exactly the right mood for the subject. I like how you have a red/pink room and a blue room. It's fun when rooms are different colours.

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  12. Oh damn, how I love the first portrait and your photos of depression!i wish i could take photos like that!
    Wishing you a fun time at Krabbesholm and lots of success with this photo course! :)

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  13. Du er så sinnssykt flink <3 Og herregud, seks måneders fotokurs virker ufattelig digg. Litt misunnelig, sjøl om jeg har det herlig her hvor jeg er.

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  14. those are so beautiful. that place looks adorable

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  15. the interview photo's great,
    hope you're feeling better - looks like you're having fun anyway!

    Ellen at The Raven and the Cellar Door

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  16. your photos are fantastic! such lovely photographs x

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  17. I'm sure you should be feeling much better by now; I'm hoping that you are feeling better by now.

    I enjoyed your blog post here; it looks like a beautiful school and a beautiful place to be studying photography!

    The way you illustrated the photographs are so amazing, it feels so magical; keep on shooting I wish you the best with your studies keep on hustlin' with your photography!

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    DT. Tha Hustla
    @DwayneTucker
    Nassau, Bahamas | Miami, Florida

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  18. so so so beautiful, like a story unraveling of mystical lands and memories

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  19. these pictures are crazy gorgeous. the colors are incredible.

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  20. agree, so gorgeous! But how do you get the dark photos so sharp?

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