… without a script.

In the Gothenburg area (Sweden) there are several really good street photographers, we kind of blend and mix in an unofficial photography network. I thought I’ll introduce some of them to you. First up is Agneta Dellefors Rydén.
Pic in top is called “selfie”

– It’s happening here and now. You don’t notice it, but there’s an non-staged play constantly going on, lacking both director and script.

It’s her own words, at a exhibition she’s currently having at Scandinavian Photo in Mölndal, just south of Gothenburg. If you’re close by, I strongly recommend you to go there. One reason is that almost all pics are better printed and hung on a white wall, but the main reason is of course that she’s a great photographer.

Her eyes spot both details and whole pictures, and her imaging is just as good. I believe she’s really good at the postproduction as the exhibited pics all are balanced, funny or intriguing – and sometimes all of that. She was kind enough to let me publish two of her pics from the exhibition. The one below is a real favorite…

Sötsur (Sweet ‘n Sour)

Photo: Agneta Dellefors Rydén

More of Agnetas work? Either at her Facebook site

or at her photography site – click here for some pics from our mutual trip to London in April 2014).

Shared is doubled joy.

Silly or not, I’m glad that someone else like to share my pics. Sometimes (on Instagram) I add the hashtag #Shootoff and some of those pics get shared. These are the latest nine pics that got shared by Shootoff. And my normal 20-40 likes/pic add upp to a little more. Nice.


Can you guess which of these nine that got the highest acclaim?


Yup, thats the one. “Thru it all”, botton middle…

That non perfect feel.

Sometimes you really like an image, no matter how technically imperfect it might be. This is certainly one of those, taken with my at the time brand new Fujifilm x100t. Seeing this, I remember that lukewarm night, efter being walking about for maaaany hours. Normally, the streets of Amsterdam are full or at least semi full with cyclists. This late, not so much.

Nighttime haste
Nighttime haste