The night sky is always magical! The experience of seeing the galactic core with your naked eyes is so amazing. In this image, the viewer can see many celestial objects, like the bright Jupiter on the left and the faint Saturn on the far left. On the right is the bright Antares on the colorful Rho Ophiuchi region, while in the middle the viewer
Covid-19 disease has caused a lot of problems around the world. However staying at home doesn’t mean we cannot be creative. Tokina invited me to participate at #Shootathome challenge. The goal was to create a small project with things that are available in home. In terms of gear I used the Tokina Firin 100mm* F2.8 FE macro lens with a Hoya ProND32 filter. [*You
- Best Editing Award Chhatrapati Shivaji International Film Festival - Official Selection Independent Shorts Awards - Official Selection Indie Short Fest - Official Selection Atlanta Docufest - Official Selection Five Continents Int. Film Festival - Official Selection Rome Independent Prisma Awards - Official Selection No Words Int. Film Festival A short non-narrative experimental documentary film, capturing the serene atmosphere inside the forests of Epirus,
My Project "Shadows of Opera" received an Honourable Mention in Professional Fine Art Category of Monochrome Photography Awards 2019. Shadows of Opera Project was exhibited in Photokina 2018 (Cologne, Germany) in Kenko Tokina Booth for the release of the Tokina Opera 50mm F/1.4 lens. It was also exhibited in Salon de la Photo 2018 (Paris, France) in Cokin Booth.
HOYA STARSCAPE Light Pollution Cut filter For some photographers, filters are not required for astrophotography or night photography in general. This is in general partially true, but with the exception of Light Pollution Filters. Light pollution filters were well known for astronomers and deep sky astrophotographers for quite some time now. Night sky enthusiasts started using them back in the 80s when they realized
A very short teaser of my upcoming documentary film project "Forest of Tranquility". The last two years, after the release of Keep Looking Up, my commercial work didn't allow me to find enough spare time to create personal projects. However, some months ago, I envisioned the idea of this project and I began working with it, creating scenes on paper and making some preparations
My first Milky Way Galaxy photo for this year was captured back in March, as the Milky Way season was slowly starting, where I had the honor to work with Cokin in order to create some night sky images for their new light pollution filter called CLEARSKY. The filter is of highest quality, with Double side multi AR Coating & AF Coating (waterproof, anti-oil
Tokina Opera 16-28mm F/2.8 Review UPDATE 2019-05-15 -> Adobe just released a lens profile for Opera 50mm F/1.4 in the latest update of May 2019 (LR Classic 8.3 / Camera Raw 11.3) **Please note that at the time of writing this review, Adobe hasn’t released a lens profile for Tokina Opera 16-28mm F/2.8* It is early March and along with
Tokina Opera 50mm – The Landscape Side of Opera UPDATE 2019-05-15 -> Adobe just released a lens profile for Opera 50mm F/1.4 in the latest update of May 2019 (LR Classic 8.3 / Camera Raw 11.3) It's really interesting how a 50mm lens can be so versatile and can be used for different types of photography, and with this post
One year ago this day, "Keep Looking Up" was released ! Keep Looking Up was my first personal astro-timelapse project and despite encountering many difficulties while in the production, the film was released and won several awards and very positive reviews from festivals around the world ! Find more about "Keep Looking Up" Project here !