Sweden 2022

I have printed and framed a selection of photos from my corona walks. Most motives are local, taken within 10 minutes of where I live. Last year I did framed prints for our own walls, this year I was thinking it could be fun to see if I could sell some.

I like the process of composing a shot. I do a bit of editing afterwards but most of the magic happens when I search out the motive and move around to find the optimal angle and wait for the sun to come out or the objects to move to where I want them. When I'm composing I'm very much living in the moment: I'm in the "zone" or the flow state where I'm 100% focused on the here and now.

Sometimes I know when I press the shutter that this will be a great picture, sometimes it takes a little editing and a little time to grow. Sometimes what I think will be a great shot actually isn't. But most fascinating is that while there are guidelines to follow for how to compose (foreground, mid-ground, background; the magic 1/3 cuts), they are only guidelines, not laws: What matters in the end is the final picture: While it can be hard to explain exactly why a picture is good, most people will look at a picture and agree that this is a great picture.

A rusty bike leaning against a wall covered with autumn red leaves.
That Rusty Old Bike. Copyright Frederik Jensen 2022.
Tree with yellow leaves reflection in lake early morning.
Morning at Alby Lake. Copyright Frederik Jensen 2022.
Hollow tree near a lake.
Mist over Aspen Lake, Copyright Frederik Jensen 2020.

Open for business

Long story short: I'm selling framed prints, come get some! One picture SEK 1000:-. Purchase of 3 or more will drop the price to SEK 800:- per picture. Full selection of prints available here. Frame is 30x40 cm, print is 28x19 cm.