Surprising and adventurous story of how my camera got lost and found. I mentioned my old story in a recent blog post about a lost camera and I told I too managed to loose a big and heavy camera once. Like many others. It is a years old story, what I wanted to publish many times, but I never did ever since. Here is the story I learned at least one very important lesson.
I knw, wh th f crs abt this whn, vryone hs thir wn prblms, espclly in th current pandemic situation that hits photographers especially hard. Bt fr meee ths s a bg prblm…
Covid pandemic dominates media and our lives on all levels. Photographer community takes it devastated too. The economic effects among photography businesses are impossible to predict and the way out is hard to see for anyone.
I started my Hungarian blog a decade ago out of experiment. Ten years passed since then and a lot of things have changed on my blog and in the world too. I even wrote about quite some of these changes on my blog. Even the existence of this english version of the blog was part of these changes. I have quite a international friends and colleagues and it came up from time to time to provide them the contents of my blog in a better translation than Google Tranlsation can serve them. I work hard on the translation of my older posts into English and to post new ones in English too if possible. Unfortunately I don’t have unnlimited time to be able to do everything I want. I keep doing my best I can.
Sunday evening I closed the seventh Formula1 race I photographed. I automatically try to say consecutive seventh, but my series is broken…
I still had no chance to go through, cull and (properly) archive the photos of the Aquatics World Championships. Here comes the numbers of the World Championships and some GPS track logs like the ones I published before on Instagram – just because I like to draw ones like these while I’m wandering during work…
This is how a the track log of a week worth of walking looks like what I recorded at the temporary Synchronised Swimming pool built for the 17th FINA Aquatics World Championships in Budapest’s City Park.
Many of you asked what’s up with my blog and me. Like many other times before I am again overly busy with many things. This doesn’t leave me time for a lot of things, most of all my blog. Most of my work lately was connected to the FINA Aquatics Championships. Despite it is over for a few days now I still have lots of things to do connected to it.
A couple days ago I had a chance encounter with colleague Mihaly Nagy. He is a fellow photograrpher taking photos of people in the city. He demanded to have a chance to photograph me, so I offered him a chance. But I also took a photo of him, not to be the only photographer being photographed in this story.
I’m not a big fan of new year resolutions. However great habit it is for lots of people to make promises along with the change of the year. Some sense it still makes in the life of everyone.