OlivierS

Olivier Scher

has been a member since Feb 2009 and goes by OlivierS.

I am a biologist, amateur photograph, fascinated by human beings and their relationship whith their environment (urban or natural).

I mostly use a CANON 5D and sometimes all I find to take pics (LUMIX DMC-FZ18 or cell phone).

JPGMAG is an amazing and very inspiring community !

Visit also my web site NATURE AND HUMAN BEINGS :-))

Find me at: http://olivierscher.net

Looking for heat
Photo Essay

Looking for heat

14 Dec 2010904 views

A collection of contradictory elements/situations

Leipzig stereoscopy
Photo Essay

Leipzig stereoscopy

11 Dec 2010864 views

Peter and I met in Leipzig to share our vision on this german city

Blue Marocco
Photo Essay

Blue Marocco

22 Nov 20101227 views

A story about the omnipresent blue colour in maroccan life

Stranded on pavement - part III
Photo Essay

Stranded on pavement - part III

9 Feb 20102618 views

Because life is made of objects

Stranded on pavement - part II
Photo Essay

Stranded on pavement - part II

5 Feb 20102666 views

The following of a previous story (http://www.jpgmag.com/stories/12507)

Which room for handicaped people ?
Photo Essay

Which room for handicaped people ?

27 Jan 20101295 views

An essay dealing with handicap signs

Wild Tourists in Mexico
Photo Essay

Wild Tourists in Mexico

11 Jan 2010960 views

A story of tourists behaviours in Mexico

A story of decay
Photo Essay

A story of decay

7 Dec 20091086 views

An essay about the multiple aspects of decay

Light up the night ? a nonsense !
Photo Essay

Light up the night ? a nonsense !

20 Nov 2009870 views

A story about neon signs and light pollution

People from above
Photo Essay

People from above

27 Aug 200911467 views

People seen from above in Rennes (France)

Magical puddles
Photo Essay

Magical puddles

25 Aug 20091114 views

What we see on the ground.

Tracking shot : Paris - Noyelles-sur-Mer (France) - 190 km
Photo Essay

Tracking shot : Paris - Noyelles-sur-Mer (France) - 190 km

17 Aug 2009812 views

The life captured along a 190 km tracking shot