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Vassilis Tangoulis born in 1969 in a small town Karpenisi, is the award winning photographer from Greece.

Vassilis leads a double carrier as an academic teacher-Lecturer and a fine art photographer. He is a physicist working in the Chemistry department in Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, Greece and despite his full time carrier has also found success following his lifetime passion of photography. He has been a recipient of international award for his Black and White long exposure work. Actually, he is open to both color and B&W photography. 80% of his work is B&W because, simply, those photos cannot work in color. Generally, he believes that B&W photography has more color than color photography because the multiple variations of possible grays, if treated correctly, can reveal much more depth and drama than color can offer.

I like to capture moments that look not ordinary. Long exposures, infrared photography. I believe that looking the world through a filter could be a reason for re-evaluation…

Behance

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