Luc de Schepper

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  1. Film like in mood and processing. Nice, Vivion!
  2. For sure they are not too miss!
  3. A series of images shot along the Trail of Time in Tongass National Forest in Juneau/Alaska. Info on the Trail of Time; The Trail of Time is 0.7 miles long. It begins behind Mendenhall Glacier Visitor Center and ends between the Mendenhall Glacier Visitor Center parking lots. Walking this trail is like walking through time. As you walk away from the glacier you pass through changes in the landscape and vegetation that correspond to the length of time that has passed since the glacier's retreat. First noticed is the bare rocks, lichens and mosses near the visitor center. Then a new forest of willow, alder and cottonwood is present. Later, Sitka Spruce and even a few Western Hemlock are noticeable in the last half of the trail. Source Note: we walked the trail in reverse order and the images are presented in that order. All images shot (handheld) with an Olympus E-M10II + Olympus 12-40mm f2.8. To create the milky water effect on image 2 and 3 I had to stop down the 12-40mm to f14 and f11. Luckily it seems you can throw anything at that lens without all too heavy image degradation. Please view full size for best viewing experience 1. 2. 3. 4.
  4. OK, thanks Merlin for the info!
  5. Impressive nature shots! As always from Merlin. How do you navigate do you use a GPS unit or such?
  6. Good series, Andrew. I particularly like 1,3 and 13 (that's a nice row of numbers )
  7. Even when viewed at full size I'm not able to read the sign but I like this image nevertheless. It is visually well balanced and I'm a fan of shooting against the sun and the resulting silhouette effect
  8. Unconventional but it works, for me at least. Was this shot using one of the b&w Jpeg modes of the Pen?
  9. Excellent image Dallas. The excitement of the kids and the bubble at upper right are well timed. Also a good choice for b&w.
  10. Images shot on the Haines Summit in Alaska. That's my wife and me in the second image Both images shot with an Olympus E-M10II + Olympus 12-40mm f2.8 EM10II-5243289 by Luc de Schepper, on Flickr EM10II-5243283 by Luc de Schepper, on Flickr
  11. OLA

    What a great place to live and enjoy that beautiful garden and view. Thanks for sharing these lovely images Mike.
  12. I like both images. The first one I had to have a good look to determine if they are alive or puppets! Anyway, the couple blends in perfectly and the images is well framed and timed. With the second one it's possible to make up all kind of fancy explanations (as people tend to do watching modern art), I just like it.
  13. Walton, Dallas posted a link with info by Robin Wong on settings here Here's another one by Robin Wong And some more info here It might be a good idea to open a new topic in the Gear Zone about Olympus OM-D settings because imo it's beyond the scope of this thread and it might be of (future) interest to others. Just my 2 cents.
  14. Thanks Anthony, Hugh and Fons. Hugh, Alaska and especially Glacier Bay are really something special. I hope you're able to see it soon for yourself! Fons I'm really glad you like the post processing, makes the effort worthwhile OK, another one. Just to give an impression of the scale of the landscape. That's a 300m cruise ship being dwarfed. 18.
  15. Good timing on that last one Fons. Congrats on your effort, well done!