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BEAUTY AROUND US / PART #0005 / CITIES / ITALY – ROME

  What could anybody write about this city, which hasn’t been already said?   Fontana di Trevi | Multiple exposures | ISO 100 Piazza di Spagna | f22 | 20″ | ISO 100   Loaded with thousands of years of history, perhaps it’s got a lot in common with my own city, Athens, but it’s […]

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LISTS – THE PHOTOGRAPHERS – VOL.1

I’m a list lover.   I’ve got lists of everything:   my shopping / the lenses and cameras I want to buy / the songs I like / the places I have photographed, the places I want to shoot, even the places I don’t care to shoot / the places I dream of visiting one day / the presents I […]

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Luminous Wisdom – View (#003) & God (#004)

I was digging in my archive and discovered these two photos that both fit my ongoing “Luminous Wisdom” project. So, there you have it: “VIEW” is #003 and “GOD” is #004.   VIEW GOD (I really enjoy this project. I should find more 3-letter words.) Any Scrabble specialist?     CHILDREN HAVE NO IDEA OF […]

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(Light) Painting in Hydra

This summer I was in the magical island of Hydra for a long time. One of the most interesting guys over there is Mr. Mastah (aka 187designz). He is a truly gifted artist and i would suggest that you should wander in his art. With his great help, i managed to produce these surrealistic photos. We had a great time doing […]

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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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