Professional photographer shooting people | fashion | architecture | industry


About me

Hi, my name is Eivind Rohne, and I have many years of experience as a photographer and videographer for commercial, corporate and editorial clients. I live at Romerike, Hvam to be precise, not far from Gardermoen and Jessheim. Even though Oslo and Akershus (Viken) are my main areas, I have clients all over Norway and also abroad, and I travel wherever my clients needs me to photograph or make a film.

One of my specialities are people, and I photograph portraits, illustration images, lifestyleimages and fashion. Two other specialities are industrial images and architectural photography. More and more clients also want drone images and videos, and I'm a licensed dronepilot (RO1).

My goal is to deliver high-quality images and videos, and offer great customer service. I work closely with my clients, ad agencies or editors throughout the whole process, but I'm also very self-driven and can work independently when that is needed. 

Most of my clients consider new images and videos to be an investment, and not just a cost. As a photographer and videographer, I can offer you more than 20 years of experience, a good vision for images, and the understanding of visual communication.

In addition to this, I love to share knowledge, and I've taught photographic workshops since 2006. I've also written and photographed the book «The Joy of Photography - how to take better pictures» together with a good friend and colleague. A 300 page inspirational and how-to book on photography that became a huge success on the norwegian publishing house Exlibris Media. And as a result of that, we did close to 25 live television appearances on Norways biggest commercial breakfast TV show, «Good Morning Norway» on TV2. You can watch a couple of the tv clips and a bunch of stills by clicking here.

Don't hesitate to get in touch if you are looking for a photographer or videographer, and I'll give you a price quote and my thoughts on how to solve the project.

Best regards,
Eivind Rohne