As you might have read, I started the week in Copenhagen. From the airport I went straight to Frama‘s new shop that opened last week. For those of you who haven’t heard of Frama, they are both a design company and an agency, so they sell their own collection and things from other brands like Established & Sons and Diamond Lights halogen bulbs.
At the shop, I ran into photographer Heidi Lerkenfeldt and her assistant, who were also there to shoot the store. They were both very nice, but having such a great photographer there while trying to get some pictures of my own was quite intimidating as you can probably imagine. I mostly tried to stay out of the way of Heidi’s camera, and quickly snapped some photos and then ran away… 🙂
As this was also the first time I actually used my new Eos M for something other than playing around at home, the pictures didn’t turn out that great. I mean, the camera did a great job, but I didn’t take the time to make good compositions. Also, I think something happened to the photos when I edited them in Pixlr, because the sharpness disappeared and everything looks a bit pixelated… Here are my snapshots from the store, which was lovely with rough wooden floors, high ceilings and plywood details, and well worth a visit.