George Rossidis was born in 1948 in Cairo (by Greek parents).
He moved permanently to Athens in 1966 where he studied
Economics at the University of Athens and worked in the position
of Finance Manager for several Airlines (Qantas, KLM). He has two
children - Delphina 26 y. old and Dimitri 24 y. old.
was involved with Photography since he was 16, but only
from 1998 he is involved exclusively with Photography. His
photographs have been awarded, in many national and international
competitions, with gold medals and other prizes. His articles
and photographs have been published in newspapers, magazines
and calendars, including major local newspapers "Eleftherotipia"
and "Kathimerini", as well as “Penthouse” magazine
and his photographs have been exhibited in many personal
and group exhibitions, in Greece, at the permanent Museum
of Hellenism in Canada, at the Olympic Museum of Lausanne,
at the Art Museum of Reus in Spain, in USA, in Argentina,
in Australia, in China, in S. Africa, in Finland, in Rumania,
in Belgium, in France, in U.K., in Holland, in Austria,
in Luxembourg and in Germany.
December 1998, the International Federation of Photographic
Art (FIAP) has awarded him the title of ARTIST (AFIAP),
in recognition of his activities and contribution to Photography,
as well as for his successful participation in international
photo-salons and in February 2003 has awarded him the title
of EXCELLENCE (EFIAP). For the same reason in October 2000,
"Image Sans Frontiere" has awarded him the title
of EXPOSANT DISTIGUE (EDISF).
photographs are hosted in major sites of Internet.
George Rossidis, Photography is a passion, is a continuous
spiritual need for an artistic expression and creation.
uses Canon system, EOS3 cameras with EF/L ULTRASONIC lenses:
17-35mm/2.8f, 28-70mm/2.8f, 70-200mm/2.8f, 300mm/2.8f, 500mm/4.5f
and 180mm/3.5f-macro and ZENZA BRONICA ETR Si with Zenzanon
lenses 40mm/4f, 50mm/2,8f, 75mm/2,8f and 150mm/4f.
films he uses colour slides: Fuji ASTIA 100 for his nudes
photographs and Kodak Ektachrome 100VS for his Nature photographs.