It is daylight saving time again so this is my warning to remind you to adjust the clock in your still camera, video camera, GoPro cameras, DVD recorder, voice recorder and all the other devices too.
The recently opened Robert Capa Contemporary Photography Center tries to help the development of Hungarian photography not only with exhibitions but with trainings as well. One of their most important programs…
Until I have the time to write a more detailed post on Hungary’s new “photography law”, I post the plain text of the law to be accessible in English.
Hungary’s Ministry of Public Administration and Justice issued a press release to clarify things that appeared during the weekend in international press about the new civil code commonly called photography law. It is worth to read it before you criticise the law.
Finally the popular nature documentary Sharks in My Viewfinder about Hungarian scuba photographer Daniel Selmeczi can be watched online. Watch it and support the creators to be able to make lots of other similar movies!
A video by Hungary’s new Capa centre remembers the world famous war photographer Robert Capa. Friend and former Life Magazine picture editor John G Morris talks about his old friend.
An interesting and funny project by one of Hungary’s news websites called Vs.hu. This fake docu-reality presents different aspects of every day life in Hungary in the style of the nature documentaries but in a manner to make fun of the situation.
Orlando Sentinel also fires its photographers. Management of the newspaper puts video in front of photography from now on. Photographers can choose if they want to shoot video or look for a job elsewhere instead.
Like I mentioned earlier in one of the posts about the trade secrets of the photographers working at the Olympics, some of the news and photo agencies can even publish around 2000 images a day, all of their photographers together probably made more than a million images during the games. Here I have a (far from complete) collection of their images.