Posts Tagged ‘photography’


Saturday, October 26th, 2013

Well now, Time to hit you with some fresh photography. On display a few new promotional shots. This time I worked with the pop artist CLARISSA, a fabulous girl with a bright future. Hope you’ll enjoy a selection of shots from our shoot a few weeks ago. ( CLARISSA by Tage 1/2 ) ( CLARISSA [...]

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Making the Ghoul Patrol video

Sunday, April 29th, 2012
The making of the Ghoul Patrol video - april 2012 - (8/8) - Photo by Niklas Laurin

Well, awesome times! A few days ago we shot our soon to be released Ghoul Patrol video to their song Six feet under. It was all about line dancing and death metal, the usual stuff really. Have a go at some making-of-the-video frames taken by Niklas Laurin during our day with the banjo ones! ( [...]

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Iltalehti feat. Tage

Wednesday, March 21st, 2012

Lovely. Well, all of a sudden my shots of Krista Siegfrids appeared on the Iltalehti website – awesome. ( Krista by Tage on the Iltalehti website ) And, if you wanna check out the article and all the shots, hit the cyan thing below. —>>> Krista by Tage on the Iltalehti website Have a jolly [...]

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Moments from a wedding

Wednesday, August 31st, 2011
A wedding by Tage (1/7) - One of many thank-you-card-shots!

So, yes? I thought I’d share a few memories from a wedding I portrayed in Seinäjoki a few weeks ago. Love, ring and understanding. ( The Seinäjoki Wedding by Tage ) Hope you found love and joy in these frames, my best wishes to the lovely couple! // Tage – Wedding

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Rocklandia – De Van

Friday, August 12th, 2011
De Van at Rocklandia (July 2011) - 1/10

Yes, I’m back with more frames from the Rocklandia festival held some days ago. This time it’s all about the Swedish rock giants called De Van – feast people, feast! ( De Van at Rocklandia by Tage ) Hope you enjoyed these babies – back with more later on! Meanwhile mothertruckers, swing by the De [...]

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