Howdy. You’ve found the site for Anisotropic Images. My name is Luke and I’m an amateur photographer based out of Manchester, NH. My focus is on the fine art nude and abstract imagery. I use the nude as a subject because (if you’ll excuse the pun) it strips away the extraneous elements of our existence, leaving a maleable and open form. I find inspiration in dreams, especially those that occur just as I am waking or falling off to sleep as well as simple patterns of light and shadow.
About the Name
Anisotropic Images? Quite a mouth full, I know. Anisotropy is defined as the property of being directionally dependent, as opposed to isotropy which implies random properties in all or multiple directions (see the Wikipedia definition). Anisotropy describes qualities such as light coming through a polarizer or materials that have a directional grain such as wood. It also is a connection to my professional life as it is utilized in the analysis of unknown molecules.