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I took this photo of myself photographing the Benjakiti Park, with the help of a friend. This was taken using the Nokia 808 Pureview.

I took this photo of myself photographing the Benjakiti Park, with the help of a friend.
This photo was taken using the Nokia 808 Pureview.

For as long as I can remember I’ve had the passion to create. As a young child I used to draw a lot and when I got into my teenage years music entered the picture. When I was around 14-15 I started to get into web design and photography when I got my first digital camera, the Canon Powershot A40. Nowadays I enjoy creating things in the forms of still images, moving images, and music.

When it comes to photography I love to experiment with different styles and techniques, but I’m mostly into black and white photography and infrared photography.

My photography gear:
• Sony a77 SLT body
Sony a230 DSLR body
• Sony DT 50mm f/1.8 SAM lens
Sony DT18-55mm f/3.5-5.6 SAM lens
Tamron AF18-200mm f/3.5-6.3 XR Di-II LD IF lens
• various filters
Nokia 808 Pureview
• Benro A150FBR0 tripod

I decided to create this blog, because I wanted to have a place where I can show my creations to anyone interested.

For your convenience you can browse the photographs by style, by theme, or by location. I will be adding more locations when I get the chance to explore new countries. For new locations you may have to wait a while, because of the obligations of the real world are seriously hampering with my traveling.  I would love to visit Malaysian Borneo next. Stay tuned.

If you wish to use a photograph of mine for commercial or non-commercial use, email me at juha.lappalainen@gmail.com. I have high-resolution versions of all of the photographs if needed.

My photograph “Darkness and Light” won the photo contest at PhotoLord on March 26, 2012.

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17 comments

  1. He is a very creative and brilliant minded finish fellow and an amazing photographer… Keep up the good work Juha

  2. Royce'sWorld

    WOW great pics man. I really like the ancient meets modern infrared pic. Made me start looking into infrared filters. I appreciate that you put down on some of your pics the aperture, shutter speed filter etc. Maybe you could list the info on all you pics 😉 I’m just starting off in photography so if you like, you can drop by my page and lmk what you think of my pics. My site is http://www.roycesworld.com. It’s travel blog about my trips and to help people with travel tips I learned along the way. Hopefully I will be able to take amazing pictures like you and post it with my travels. Keep the good work I’ll be subscribing hope to see more awesome pics soon =).

    • Thanks man! I’m glad you liked my stuff! Okay, I’ll start listing the settings on the pictures. 🙂

      If that kind of photography interests you I totally recommend to get the infrared filter. I find that it works great especially with B&W photography. But one thing you should take into consideration is that some cameras block infrared light more than others. With my Sony a230 the exposure times are atleast a few seconds even in Thailand’s bright sunlight. I don’t mind because I use a tripod and long shutter speeds usually work well style-wise on the photographs.

      I’ll try to find some time to go check out your stuff.

      Thanks for the comment!

  3. You have some nice work here. Congrats

  4. Really awesome work…..K\

  5. Thanks for all the great photos. Awesome work.

  6. Hello Juha, I just found your blog by chance and loved your posts.

    Beautiful images and very informative notes.

    Thanks a lot for sharing, have a beautiful day 🙂

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