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  1. Luc de Schepper


    An image I've shot a few weeks ago, from the Mebin concrete mortar factory. I've put some extra effort in extracting the details in post processing. I hope it shows (please click on the image).
  2. Luc de Schepper

    Fläkt Building

    The Fläkt building (built in 1973) is a remarkable building featuring three cylindrical cores connected by a triangular core. The lay-out of the floor plan is extremely efficient, short connections from stairs and elevators to offices and between office clusters. The 3-flight stairs are placed such that the tenants would be tempted to use stairs rather then the elevators, a strategy that now has become mainstream as to enhance people’s mobility and hence their health. The interplay of shafts, sanitary units, elevators, stairs and fire resistant doors on electromagnets is absolute
  3. Luc de Schepper

    Star brite

    During these COVID times photographic opportunities are limited for almost all of us. I've noticed that because of this I need to look out more intense for subjects and even my choice of subjects is changing. So I tend to notice and shoot also less obvious scenes. Such as this image, I was attracted to the irony of the text vs the surrounding and the symmetry in view. Anyway, enough ramblings. Nikon Z6 + Nikkor Z 24-70mm f4 S
  4. Luc de Schepper


    A random series of images shot today in my hometown Amersfoort in The Netherlands. All images Fujifilm X100 (first version), all but #4 plus WCL-X100 28mm converter. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.
  5. Luc de Schepper

    Het Groene Huis (The Green House)

    A series of images of Het Groene Huis (The Green House). This place is a Centre for Nature and Environment Education in my hometown Amersfoort. It is built environmentally and energy friendly. The outside is cladded with paneling from locally produced birch wood which should last about 50 years. The exterior of the building is designed to let it blend with the surroundings. I imagine this works better in summer than in the winter conditions when I shot these images. I would have preferred snow on the ground and on the building but that was not to be although it was very cold. 1.
  6. Luc de Schepper


    From Wikipedia: The Koppelpoort is a medieval gate in the Dutch city of Amersfoort, province of Utrecht. Completed around 1425, it combines land and water-gates, and is part of the second city wall of Amersfoort, which was constructed between 1380 and 1450. The gate was built between 1380 and 1425 as part of the second city wall. The whole wall was completed around 1450. The gate was attacked in 1427 during the siege of the city. This attack was repelled. The gate was opened and closed every day by the appointed raddraaiers, "wheel-turners". A minimum of twelve whe
  7. Luc de Schepper

    Evening Light, Amersfoort/Holland

    I feel like I'm getting to grips with the Z6 (and adjusting Nikon's weird blue hue to my personal preference).
  8. Luc de Schepper

    Wall Art Wagenwerkplaats

    This wall art by 13HOOG was commissioned by NS/Dutch Railway and the city of Amersfoort (Holland). It's located at the site where the NS/Dutch Railway used to have their maintenance and repair facilities.Fujifilm X100
  9. Luc de Schepper


    A series of images I shot in my hometown Amersfoort with a Fuji X100 plus WCL-X100 28mm wide-angle converter. All images shot in Astia Jpeg / Auto Dynamic Range (works amazing), postprocessing in Lightroom. 1. Sint Rochuskapel (built 16th century) 2. Spring cleaning 3. Museum Flehite 4. Nieuweweg/Havik 5. 6. Westsingel 7. Sint Pieters en Bloklandsgasthuis (built 1907-1908) 8. Oliemolenquarter 9. Oliemolenquarter 10. Selfie 11. Oliemolenquarter 12.
  10. Luc de Schepper

    View from Above

    The three mages in this topic were shot during a recent balloon ride. Please click 3x on the image to enlarge and view the details on image 1 and 2. View on my hometown Amersfoort which is located in the centre of Holland. In fact, the isolated church tower (98,33m) in the middle/right is the official geographical centre of Holland. The church which was attached to the town was destroyed by a gun powder explosion in 1787. The medieval layout of the old city centre is clearly visible. I live in one of the red roofed houses in the top/middle of the image. Ame
  11. Luc de Schepper

    Library, Amersfoort/Holland

    First image shot with Panasonic 8-18mm f2.8-4 lens.
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