Image collections | General imagery | Slit-scan | Earlier work and work with film

Image collections


Fragments series


Pompeii series


Herculaneum series


Romans series


Gallipoli series


Hilandar Monastery series

General imagery

A miscellany of examples of general studio and location photography, landscape and architectural images.

Slit-scan imaging: peripheral and strip photography

A photographic technique where a camera "sees" the subject through a narrow slit. In still photography this can enable the "unrolling" of a rotating object (as in the Greek pot and sculpture examples below) a process termed peripheral photography. A variant involves moving the subject past the slit (or vice versa), termed strip or scanning photography, resulting in an image free of perspective distortion (at least in one axis) as in the model train image below.

Click here for a more detailed version of the model train strip image.

Earlier work and work using film