I first tried to photograph this lake a few years ago. I knew it had completely dried out and I wanted to capture the size of this catastrophe. Since I didn’t know exactly how to get there, I headed to the village of Agios Vasileios, … Click to read morelake Koroneia
Three of my pictures were published in the greek photography magazine “Fotografos”, along with a short interview. This is an issue dedicated to image processing and it is full with many great pictures, tips and other cool stuff! (I was too lazy to shoot proper … Click to read moreFotografos magazine-publication and short interview
I made a little video showing my editing process for “uncaged”.
For my recent pictures, I wanted to use a prop that looked like a cloud. I researched online and saw that there are many simple and cheap ways to make one. Some of them used balloons, while others used empty bottles. I am not such … Click to read moretutorial – how to make a cloud
I made a short video showing the layers that went into -the rather simple- editing of my picture “train cemetery”. Enjoy!
Trains always fascinated me and many others I suppose. Perhaps it’s because we had no trains where I grew up, so any time we happened to come across one travelling alongside us in the highway, I would be ecstatic. Perhaps it’s because they still have … Click to read moretrain cemetery
Just a 5 minute car ride from my house, lies one of Thessaloniki’s treasures that few people even know about. It is the archeological park of byzantine watermills in the area of Polichni. In the past people would come here for small getaways, as the … Click to read morebyzantine watermills
Next in the series “Unseen Thessaloniki” is a picture taken in the former camp “Pavlos Melas”, which happens to be one of my favourite shootning spots. The place has a big history and it deserves to be salvaged and have the best possible use in … Click to read morePavlos Melas camp
This very photogenic pier is found in the eastern suburbs of Thessaloniki, in Peraia. During the ottoman domination this area belonged to a Turkish bey. After the Minor Asia catastrophe in 1922, Greek refugees came and settled here. Because the refugees came from different regions, … Click to read morePeraia-lighthouse pier