Cameraman and photojournalist work has some some broad similarities to the military operations. It requires experience, knowhow, concentration, coordination, can often be very exhausting and physically demanding. It is an obvious thought process to compare it to real military trainings. This appears in the great and funny commercial series of Sky Channel.
Szórakoztató, vicces, könnyed dolgok
In the recent days I accidentally found an old time favourite of mine. I didn’t mention it on the blog yet, but I felt it important to share it in a post.
How about this for a practical accessory to protect your personal rights. Protests and political gatherings are becoming common again in Hungary and attendees might be interested if they don’t want to appear in the media. At protests and other public events however it could be problematic as law forbids to hide your face. But it definitely should be a mandatory part of the Hungarian police uniform.
Did we ever dream when we were kids that one day we would become the idols and even toys of our own kids? Well, not long after a Barbie photographer complete with built-in camera appeared in toy shops, an even more interesting figure – well, for us, that is – popped up on the market recently, the photojournalist action man.
I think it is a one of it’s kind short movie about a one of it’s kind language/cultural problem and the relationship of languages and people speaking (or not speaking) them.
Another funny photographer video spreads aiming at photography camera enthusiasts. Mind bending photography association shows us how an Olympics would look like if photographers would compete each other on the playing field: World Photo Games 2012.
I had to think about it for a while why is May the 4th the Star Wars day. Exactly until I said it out loud in English instead of my native language Hungarian….then I realised how it sounds:
“May the 4th be with you!”
This photo needs only translation not any commenting. The title above the magazines on display in a shop says: “A magazine is to buy it not to read!!!!”
There are a lot of things to agree and a lot to criticise what Ken Rockwell wrote about the seven levels of photographers. One thing is…
Last night three idiot more idiots, all of them are photographers (me among them) joined other idiots in Blackpool. After we finished photographing we went…