Tag Archives: Nature

National Geographic Magazine

In late 1998 I was a young  photographer trying to make my way in Athens. My work had already been published in a few magazines, when one day I read a short article in a newspaper about Paleochora in Aegina. I didn’t have much success in gathering more information (google was still marked “Beta“!) and my […]

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Beauty around us / Part #0003 / Countryside / Autumn trip to Northern Korinthia

Last year I visited Northern Korinthia. I have been to some of the places before, while for others, it was only my first time. We started from Athens, and after 145 km, we arrived at the first stop of the trip, Trikala Korinthias (not to be confused with Trikala in northwestern Thessaly).  It consists of these three […]

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How to build a small business with the help of photography and science

One of my favourite photography techniques is called photoelasticity (foh-toh-i-la-stis-i-tee). [Definition: the phenomenon of double refraction of polarized light by a transparent substance  under elastic stress, used to measure strain inelastic, transparent materials.] It is a method used mostly to determine material durability, by big aircraft or car manufacturers for example. You can easily see the results of photoelasticity application and most importantly, take some very impressive shots.   This is the equipment you will need […]

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