Voices Beyond

There is something special about derelict houses. When I walk around in such a place I think about the people that once lived there, and what might have happened to them. During the night to Friday we had a bit of snow, covering the land in a thin layer of white powder, which was perfect for the photoshoot that I had planned together with dancers Emilia Fridholm and Jenny Jonsson.

Emilia Fridholm wandering barefoot on the snow covered ground.
Emilia Fridholm
Emilia Fridholm. I gave this series of photos a cooler edit than normally, to capture the mood and weather.
Jenny Jonsson among the rubble.
Emilia Fridholm
Jenny Jonsson
Emilia Fridholm. The sun peeked through the cloud cover, and gave us a beautiful golden shine. The pink and beige work really well with the concrete.
Emilia Fridholm

We left the first building and headed into the woods in search for more derelict houses.

Jenny Jonsson
Emilia Fridholm
Jenny Jonsson
Jenny Jonsson

As the sun was getting lower we packed up our things and started heading back to the train station. The sun sets already at 15 o’clock in December, so our plan was to head back to N√§sbypark and do the second half of the photoshoot in the green room. I recently bought a soft box on Amazon and I was keen to play around with it and see how it would allow us to light portraits.

Emilia Fridholm. Here Jenny is standing to the right holding the soft box with the flash above Emilia, to create this beautiful light.
Jenny and Emilia with the soft box behind them. I really like this light.
Jenny and Emilia
Emilia and Jenny
Emilia and Jenny
Emilia and Jenny
Emilia and Jenny
Emilia and Jenny

Many thanks to Emilia and Jenny for a fun photoshoot!

Instagram: Emilia, Jenny, Johannes

— Johannes

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