Who Needs Stairs

May 09, 2013  •  Leave a Comment

Last year I got the opportunity to do a photo series for the company Rebteknikeren, co-owened by my cousin (handsome fellow with the red helmet), during their window-cleaning gig at the Tietgen Dormitory in Copenhagen. The company specializes in performing various maintenance tasks on buildings via rope, eliminating the need for scaffolding, lifts etc. making them a cheap, green and subtle alternative to the conventional methods. 

For the shoot I borrowed my buddy Jacob's Canon EF 70-200mm f/4 IS USM lens to give me a more leveled perspective, evening out my angle on them with the long reach. It was a bit of a mistake borrowing the lens because, now I really want one.

Other than getting some really cool shots of the guys hanging from their ropes, some detail shots of their gear and a couple of portrait on the roof, I used the opportunity to get a couple of shots of the dormitory itself and the view from the roof.
 

- View of Copenhagen from the roof of the Tietgen Dormitory. - View from the roof of the Tietgen Dormitory.

 


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