Thursday, 31st October 2019

10:18PM, LiLin’s place, Lund, Sweden

Last day in Lund. Shoot with Alexandra Tranelund @ Scoop Models this afternoon at the Kulturen Museum

Had an amazing day today shooting with Alexandra from Scoop Models. Second shoot arranged with them and I’m really glad I was able to arrange today so last minute.

Met Alexandra outside Lund C. station at 1:40PM. She came from Copenhagen – covered her travel cost (88KR each way) – but I’m happy to do so because, hell, how many times would I have the opportunity and chance to be in Lund, doing a shoot?! I was in luck because Alex turned out to be how I imagined her to be – soulful, calm and with a pensive vibe, plus her short bob hair style and bangs that I wanted (selected) was super perfect for the extremely ‘old and historic’ concept I wanted to try today at the Kulturen Museum. The museum is an open-air exhibit with real preserved and/or reconstructed houses from the early 19th and 20th century. It was a freaking GOLD MINE of a shooting location. Everything is there in one place, I just needed to shoot!

Alex was really inspiring and understood exactly what I wanted to capture, and the images flowed effortlessly. The most interesting part of the place was an old tiny church that really took us back to another time from the past. We seized the short 2 hours left of the opening time and took in everything around us. The end results really showed our magic made within that small little area.

After the shoot, we went to Patissieriet Cafe for a coffee before Alex took the train back to Copenhagen at about 5PM. Met LiLin at Lundafalafel for a takeaway back home. Can’t wait to edit the images. Today will be quite unforgettable.


Alexandra’s entry in my journal:

I dag har vi lavet fotoshoot i Lund i Sverige. Lokation var et museum som viste, hvordan Lund så ud i gamle dage. Vi fik nogle fantastiske billeder i 1940 stil og jeg er virkelig glad for resultatet.

Today we had a photoshoot in Lund in Sweden. The location was at a museum which showed how Lund looked like in the old days. We took some fantastic pictures in the 1940s vibe and I’m very happy with the result.