14 Nov Inspirational portrait photography from Denmark

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This interview was originally published on the 4th edition Fuji X Passion virtual magazine, among many other interesting articles that you can find HERE

Could you tell us a little bit about Allan Bramsen?
Well for starter I’m 37 years old and a photographer, a father and creative soul. I live in Denmark on a island called Falster, here i live with my 3 kids and a lovely spouse, they all got my endless love. I’m working home the most of time doing websites and photography/retouching, so this with photography is a passion and hobby for me, it what keeps me going on and let me be creative.

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How did you start as a photographer?
Back in the late 80s I got a Kodak film camera to do some snap pictures. I remember my dad gave it to me, I kind a find it at that point just pure fun, and actually never came any good out of it, I guess I was to young. First when I did high school and got into a photography class with a teacher who did these amazing architecture and landscapes, he did them on a Kodak Tri-X 400 film and a Canon AE-1. It was back then it found my interest, the thing about shoot 36 pictures film and really think about what you did and when, then

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