Thorstein Berg. Fine Art outdoor photographer from Stavanger, Norway.
I've been photographing since 2003, first with analog equipment, mainly Mamiya MSX 500 and Nikon F90x as my main cameras. Went fully digital in 2010 after a break from photography for about 2 years.
Before my break I mainly focused on consertphotography, but after the turn to fully digital, my focus shifted to outdoor photography, with focus on the norwegian landscape.
As my base is Stavanger in the district of Jæren in Rogaland, I use this area as my main subject for my photography.
My camerabag is mainly packed up with this gear:
-Tamron SP 28-75mm f2.8
-Tamron SP 70-200mm f2.8
-Nikon AF 28 f2.8D
-Nikon AF 50 f1.8 D
-Formatt Hitech 100mm standard ND and Soft Edge ND-Grads
-Lee Hard Edge ND-grad
-Kenko U/V and circular polarizer
-Sekonic L-358 Lightmeter
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These pictures are solely from the district of Jæren in Rogaland.
Images I've shoot at various live venues.
Ridderspranget (the leap of the knight) is a ravine along the river Sjoa in county Oppland in Norway. This series is compriced of three pictures that are numbered in sequence.
Pictures of Norway.
Pictures from Ryfylke. A dstrict in the county of Rogaland, Norway.
Landscapes from all over Norway.
Pictures from Dalane-district in Rogaland, Norway.
This is a set of my lighthouses since I love these landmarks. They are also a important part of our coastal history.
The monochromatic pictures.
The ones with colour.