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Slow-motion multitask

I have a new habit. I listen to podcasts each morning on my way to work. It is an interesting way to fill the lost time in traffic of the morning commute, with educating conversations and thoughts. Even thought music is always a good company, podcasts boost my creative thinking and help me learn new […]

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Curating instead of collecting

As I was in the middle of a photo walk the other day, I noticed that I press the shutter button on my camera very rarely. Actually, I took just two or three photos that day, while having walked for more than an hour.  This happens not because I feel confident that all the photos […]

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When its 01:00am..

…and I am pushing my camera’s film simulations. My Fujifilm X70’s X-Trans II sensor has a maximum ISO value of 6400. I wish it could go further, because tonight I wanted to push the monochrome film simulation as far as possible. I set the ISO to 6400 and the highlights to +1 and the shadows […]

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I attended a Catholic baptism

As an Orthodox Christian, I had the opportunity to visit a Catholic church only once in my life, and last Sunday I was able to do it again. The reason was the baptism of the daughter of two friends of mine who asked me to join and cover the ceremony with my camera. I enjoyed […]

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The battle for full frame has begun

August passed by in fast forward and here we are again deep in September. It is the month of new iPhones, new school year for kinds in Greece and new cameras that will be uncovered in Photokina. I don’t go to school any more, don’t plan to buy a new iPhone this year, nevertheless my […]

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Tips for using your camera at night

Big cameras have big sensors that capture a lot of light and produce very quality photos in day and also at night. It is odd that people carry their camera during the day, but they put it away as soon as the sun goes down. Maybe they don’t know how to configure their camera and […]

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Sunlight is a blessing

I’m blessed to live in a country with much light, so much that it is used by many people to stay at home until sunrise before they go out, in order to avoid the heat and the strong sunlight.

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On a Saturday in May

It has been so long since I have roamed the streets of Athens. I was consumed with daily life and the rainy weather of the past weeks wasn’t very motivating. But the sun today was so warm and clear that left me no choice but to grab my fuji and get out there!

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Images from the Spring break

I took a trip to Plastira’s Lake in March. The flora surrounding the lake is so rich and beautiful. It’s a breath of fresh air, that anyone who lives in the city needs to take often.

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