Copenhagen is a very charming city.
A lot of things contribute in their own way to make Copenhagen so inviting.
Among the physical elements, that play a role deserve not least the fountains and benches of the city to be mentioned - and that's what the book intends to do.
About the author Street photography After several years as a mainstream hobby photographer with focus on holiday, family and leisure, Jan Bisbjerg took a quantum leap and became a street photographer in 2010. Throughout most of his life, Jan has worked with human interaction, communication and dissemination. Jan thrives in crowds and in public spaces, where he uses varied and situation-adapted photo gear to mirror and interpret the fascinating events of everyday life. In particular Jan sees the challenge in the paradox inherent to street photography: * On the one hand, everything is so simple. Grab your camera, leave the house, start shooting * And, on the other hand, really good street photography demands so much in terms of personal and technical skills. Children's books In 2013 Jan was encouraged by his grandchildren to write down his bedtime stories. No sooner said than done. Till now the three first stories are available in danish.
BulletinQ4 Published September 30, 2014
Da maleribanden kom til Nokios Elv Published February 02, 2014
Da de gamle i Nokios Elv blev børn igen Published January 24, 2014
Da ordinfluenzaen kom til Nokios Elv Published January 24, 2014
The Street Photographer's MBA - street photography made with care Published November 05, 2012
Street fotografens MBA - street fotos med omtanke Published September 29, 2012
The Street Photographer's DNA - and a little about his equipment Published April 16, 2012
Street fotografens DNA - og lidt om hans udstyr Published April 01, 2012