Early January 2010 saw a significant update of our image of the month section featuring what we feel are our most successful recent photographs.
A busy late fall/early winter season limited the outings to a few key locales, but we could nonetheless do our yearly pilgrimage to Tateyama with our accomplice from Tozai Trek, as well as snow shoe outings in Tsubakurodake, Asama and Urabandai.
Hoping you'll enjoy them, we are very much looking forward for your feedback.
We are glad to announce that our Paroramix gathering 67 images is now online.
Panoramic stitches have been a speciality of ours for a few years. We sometimes use the technique to achieve panoramic aspects ratios, sometimes to achieve higher resolutions required for very large prints.
The photographs in this set have all been created as panoramic stitches, they have been captured in various countries with a strong focus on Asia and Japan in particular.
We are glad to announce that our Nepal portfolio gathering 40 images is now online.
The Kumbhu area of Nepal hosts half of the world's highest mountains. Our team of 4 trekked the area for 3 weeks in April 2008. The outstanding weather conditions provided tremendous photographic opportunities in both the Gokyo and Everest valleys accross the Chola high pass.
These photographs focus on the cultural aspects of Nepal and also display some tremendous high mountain views. Many of them are very high resolution panorama mosaics digitally assembled from several frames.
We are delighted to announce that images created for the Old Embassy project in Tokyo have been uploaded to the site.
The Old Embassy project took place early November 2007 in the premises of the embassy of Belgium in Tokyo as an artistic celebration of the reconstruction of the embassy facilities.
Our contribution focused on delivering more or less realistic panorama images of the building providing some insight as to how the old embassy looked like. Besides being used in a book, the images were displayed during the 5 days event as large panoramic print (about 2 meters in lenght).
These images are currently not for sale.
We are glad to announce that our Cambodia Angkor portfolio gathering 32 images is now online.
The UNESCO World Heritage site of Angkor is an amazing collection of cities and temples built between the 10th and 12th centuries by the Khmer empire.
Angkor Wat, considered to be the largest religious structure in the world, is only one out of many breathaking sites spread out amidst the thick rain forest of central Cambodia, a few kms North of the city of Siem Reap.
The photographs featured in this portfolio focus on the graphical beauty of the many moss covered buildings of Angkor during the wet monsoon months.
We hope that you'll enjoy viewing them!
Welcome to you. The new Light-of-Earths website is now online!
Based on the latest web 2.0 technologies, this new home of ours is meant to be more fun to browse while hosting more useful information. At a glance:
- The image section was completely re-designed and features integrated image browing capability for easy and fast navigation,
- Our online ordering process is still in the works but all the information needed for potential buyers to make up their mind has now been integrated inside the image details,
- The info section isn't open yet but will host various articles about shooting locales, techniques etc...
The site is still very much a work in progress and we intend to keep adding new content and capabilities in the coming weeks and months, starting with a shopping cart and online payment capability.
Looking forward to your future visits to our site!