The lifelong debate.

While in Lisbon a month ago, I met many interesting people. One of the most memorable moments is one in Alfama. Where two women, half seriously, half for fun discussed what football team is the best. Becausecheering for Benfica or Sporting is not always a laughing matter, I can assure you.

I’ve shown you a pic of Tia Benfica before. Here a series of her discussing important issues with a friend and relative, right i front of us having a glass of wine (or two).

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Arguing football 1
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Arguing football 2
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Arguing football 3

We share knowledge.

I’m passionate about my street photography. But also try not to be possessive of knowledge or claiming I have enough knowledge. One of the great goals in my life is to constantly learn and to help others. It’s a feel good thing, really.

With my good friend and fellow street photographer Daniel Eliasson, I’ve written a basic course in street photography. The first course/work shop was in Swedish, but less than a year ago I translated the course into English.

Insta-Plugg1_960-960_We claim that street photography is a great discipline for learning more about your own way of taking pictures, of your camera(s) and of others in the urban environment. And – tada – this bit-sized course is totally free. Why don’t you try it too?

Taking the course is free, you only commit to receive one email a day for 20 consecutive days – each one taking less than 4 minutes to read. Just click here.
Welcome to the street photography!

Och. Kursen finns naturligtvis även på svenska (klicka).