All photography provided by Lasse Chamara

Ever since I was a kid, I loved to take photographs, to create visuals for people to look upon, and enjoy.


My story

My enjoyment for photography is inherited from my father, who got it from his father.

In 2010 I got to learn how to operate a DSLR camera, which quickly evolved into a creative outlet for me.

In 2012, I bought my first DSLR camera, a Canon 600D, and since then, I have developed my skills as a photographer. It got me through my first few jobs, and also captured one of my favorite photographs. and since then, I have developed my skills as a photographer.

In 2015, I won my first official photo competition. Winner of FOTOTV.DK winter-photo challenge, the “ readers favorite “. That meant a lot to me, and made me work harder to continue getting better.

Later that year in March, i won a smaller competition on my School, for the best picture that showed the student life.

In 2017 I bought my second DSLR, Canon 6D Mark II. This Camera was a gamechanger for me. Fullframe Camera, and with a new Lens, Sigma Art 50mm. The local photography store “ CLICK “, also opened early 2017, which for my joy, was the start of getting my photos printed, in the best possible quality.

In 2018, I traveled to the Farao Islands, my first photo dedicated journey overseas. After that I got my photos showcased in the local store.

That same year, I bought my third camera, Canon 1DX Mark II, and upgraded my Lens kit.

Early 2019, I traveled to Ukraine. For the last 10 years of my life, I wanted to walk in the city of pripyat and experience the total collapse of the nuclear town. I brought with me my Camera and went on one of my biggest journeys.

Project Chernobyl was the first and hopefully not the last, of my bucket list adventures.

Over the course of spring and summer, I managed to film my first short film, which is due to premiere in 2020.

I also challenged myself with a wide-angle lens and new compositions!

Today my gallery is filled with Memories, Stories and Moments.

And i would like to add more…

“Photography is a way of feeling, of touching, of loving. What you have caught on film is captured forever… It remembers little things, long after you have forgotten everything.”
— Aaron Siskind

what do you need?

If you have an idea, send me a message, no idea is too crazy, and I would love to hear it!