Mikko Lagerstedt is a self-taught photographer from Finland. He started photographing back in December 2008. Since then he fell in love with it and is constantly trying to find new ways to view this world. There is so much to photography. You can always learn something new about it. The complexity of photography is very intriguing, you always have the ability to learn something new about it.

I want to send the picture viewer a feeling of what I felt at the time I took the picture. It’s the most important thing in my photos. – Mikko Lagerstedt

Mikko’s equipment:
  • Nikon D7000 (some of my photos were taken with D90)
  • Sigma 10-20mm f4-5.6
  • Tokina 11-16mm f2.8
  • Sigma 18-50mm f2.8
  • Nikkor 35mm f1.8
  • Nikkor 50mm f1.8
  • Sigma 70mm Macro
  • Nikkor 70-300mm f4.5-5.6 VR
  • Photoshop CS5.1 Extended
  • Lightroom 4 beta

Mikko is proud of his beautiful work, and we are more than proud to showcase it to you!

Note: All rights served by Mikko Lagerstedt

– Landscape –

Mist And Noctilucent Clouds

Summer Morning



Dark Night


Winter Light

– Mood –

Dark Road


Night Tracks

Ghost Bridge

Thing’s Ain’t The Same

Rise Like The Sun

Night Light

Moody Water

– Nature –


Is this my path

Summer Night

Morning Magic


Wanna Battle?

Hold Your Breath

– Street –

Walk Away

Take A Ride

Walk Alone

Mysterious Path


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  1. Mikko’s work has inspire me to take more photos. after looking at all those photos especially the “Night” photo. Could you explain how it is done? I really Really like that one. It would make a wonderful print too


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