In Undead Colors: Red

One of the many beautiful costumes from this years International Carnival Parade at Aalborg Carnival.
The British Carnival group Mandinga Arts had teamed up with Hasseris Gymnasium to create the most amazing and well-executed themes of the entire parade, a Mexican Day of the Dead tribute.

End Of The Lines (Lo-Fi vol. II, 20/20)

Back in 2015 I released a collection of images with only one thing in common: they were all taken with a smartphone and processed in Snapseed. Other than that they didn’t really have much in common.
Since then I have continued to take pictures with my smartphone and process them in Snapseed, but this time trying to make them all kinda “fit” as part of a collection, being more “gritty” and “Lo-Fi
By the end of November 2016 I were finally so close to being satisfied that I decided that I would release this collection.
It is a bit different from what I usually do, but I think I needed to try something else for a while.
This is the 20th and final picture in my collection “The Lo-Fi Collection Vol. II: Gritty and grungy.

Faceless Punk (Lo-Fi vol. II, 19/20)

Back in 2015 I released a collection of images with only one thing in common: they were all taken with a smartphone and processed in Snapseed. Other than that they didn’t really have much in common.
Since then I have continued to take pictures with my smartphone and process them in Snapseed, but this time trying to make them all kinda “fit” as part of a collection, being more “gritty” and “Lo-Fi
By the end of November 2016 I were finally so close to being satisfied that I decided that I would release this collection.
It is a bit different from what I usually do, but I think I needed to try something else for a while.
This is the 19th of 20 pictures in my collection “The Lo-Fi Collection Vol. II: Gritty and grungy.

Lifescan (Lo-Fi vol. II, 18/20)

Back in 2015 I released a collection of images with only one thing in common: they were all taken with a smartphone and processed in Snapseed. Other than that they didn’t really have much in common.
Since then I have continued to take pictures with my smartphone and process them in Snapseed, but this time trying to make them all kinda “fit” as part of a collection, being more “gritty” and “Lo-Fi
By the end of November 2016 I were finally so close to being satisfied that I decided that I would release this collection.
It is a bit different from what I usually do, but I think I needed to try something else for a while.
This is the 18th of 20 pictures in my collection “The Lo-Fi Collection Vol. II: Gritty and grungy.