I haven`t posted to the blog for months, so I thought I put a gallery of my recent photos on. They were taken mainly in the beautiful Yorkshire and Derbyshire. Hope you enjoy them!
Ismet nem foglalkoztam a bloggal honapok ota, ugyhogy most osszeallitottam egy galeriat az elmult hetekben keszult fotoimbol. A kepek nagyreszt Yorkshire es Derbyshire megyeben keszultek. Remelem sokaknak tetszeni fognak!
I have been a huge Madonna fan since I was a teenager. In 2008 I was lucky enough to see her shows a few times from the front row. I took my camera with me to her first Paris show, or smuggled it in, should I say. Considering the fans going crazy on each side of me, and the light conditions, I am quite pleased with the photos.
I have been thinking a lot recently, that I should try myself at portraits, but at the moment I dont have any potential models. I think Madonna, even though she had no idea that she`s modelling for me, is a pretty good reference 🙂
HUN: Aki ismer, az tudja, hogy tinedzser korom ota nagy Madonna rajongo vagyok. 2008-ban volt szerencsem tobbszor is megnezni a koncertjet az elso sorbol. Az elso parizsi koncertre bevittem, illetve becsempesztem a fenykepezogepem. A korulmenyekhez kepest, beleertve a lokdoso rajongokat, es a fenyviszonyokat, azt hiszem elegedett lehetek a fotoimmal.
Mostanaban eleg sokat gondolkodom azon, hogy ki kellene probalnom a portre-fotozast, viszont egyelore sajnos nincs modellem. Azt gondolom, hogy meg ha nem is tudott rola, de Madonnanal jobb referenciat senki nem kivanhat maganak 🙂
A month ago I decided to start blogging again. In fact, this is not simply the revival of my old blog, but I thought I transfer it to a completely new shape and form, so I started a photography blog. The old blog was written in Hungarian, and it was more of a personal blog. Not too personal of course. When I was thinking what to do with the new blog, I knew I dont want to write too much, the main focus of the blog will be on my photos.
The other night I had an idea, that I will show some of my old photos, and also write a little bit more. If I can, I will try to make this a regular thing on the blog. In this first post, I show you two photos, that I took in 2014. As every beginner photographer I used to take photos in Auto mode. I have always been a keen photographer, but in the last few years I developed a huge interest about how to take better photos, how the different camera settings work, and how to process photos. I have been reading about photography as much as my busy work life allowed me to. I know I still have a lot to learn, and the road to produce perfect photos is long, but I think I try my best to improve my skills. Like I said earlier these 2 photos have been taken in 2014. For some reasons I have always been fascinated by water, I love swimming, I love chilling at the seaside, or a river bank, and just stare at the water. I think water doesnt just keep us humans alive, but it also has a calming effect on us. It is always on the move, and if I want to be spiritual it can be seen as the symbol of the constant change of life, and the endless possibilities. So, here is two water photos, the first one is macro raindrops converted to monochrome, and the second one is one of my very first attempts at photographing waterfalls, using long exposure.
I spent the last 11 days in my hometown in Hungary. It`s always nice to be back and spend some quality time with my family and see my friends. Since I moved abroad I see my town in a different perspective, I always wonder what`s changed since my last visit, and I really enjoy being out and about in town.
I guess if we talk about holiday photos, people expect seaside, beach, or great cityscapes etc. In my case holiday photos mean taking photos in my hometown, the subject is whatever catch my eye. So here is a gallery of my photographs, taken in Hungary:
the view of Palotavaros, Székesfehérvár
the new athletic centre, Szekesfehervar
the world is upside down
traditional hungarian cottage
wine with a view
100 years old books
To continue the series of spring photos, I selected some new pictures, that I took recently. Hope you enjoy this gallery:
I think every photographer likes to take photos of the sunset. The sun is not just a distant planet, that provides us with some useful elements, such as light, warmth, and vitamin D, but its also a great artist. Whether you are in a crowded city, or if you lucky enough to live at the seaside, the sunset never fails to amaze us. With its vibrant and dynamic colours, watching the sunset can be a really calming and, for the soft-hearted, a very romantic experience. I think I am pretty lucky with where I live, in the outskirts of a busy city, and on the top of a hill. This provides me with a spectacular view, and without having to go out, finding a good spot, I can simply open my window, and take photos of the sunset.
I attached a gallery of my latest sunset photos, some of them was taken with my mobile. The photos with the trees on them, were taken from my room.
The trees in my local park look absolutely gorgeous this time of the year. However, due to the `lovely` weather in the UK, there isn`t a huge variety to photograph. Here`s a gallery with some photos, more to follow hopefully next week.