My main work focuses on data analysis and simulation of financial and surrounding systems, employing various methods including bayesian inference, markov models, multifractal analysis, dynamic open system simulation (analogue to open quantum systems) and more. This work spans the fields of fractal mathematics, mechanics, statistics, programming, machine vision, AI and more.
This page however contains mostly the more simple photographic inquiries into nature performed on my free time.
An image of an eye created with a self-invented spectral isolation technique. A similar method is already used for near-infrared retinal scanning on smartphones.
A real colour photograph of water fractals and refraction at a microscopic scale. Taken in 2014, it seems to be the first photograph of its kind.
A hand vein image taken using aforementioned spectral isolation technique.
Microscopic photograph of apple skin taken with a self-made microscope. The top of the thinner ridges have a width of a few micrometers - ~0.002mm. Depth perception was created using angled illumination and the ridges become visible the same way the craters of the moon do.
Milky Way shot in July 2015 in Croatian mountains.