Vélemény

Vélemények, szubjektív gondolatok

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National Geographic’s mobile phone adventure

Another photographer gave up his objection against mobile photography. This time it is National Geographic’s Setephen Alvarez who decided to jump into photographing for his magazine with a mobile. He uses the 41 megapixel Nokia not yet available everywhere (cetainly not in Hungary), but his adventure has a great marketing value for the manufacturer – yes it is clearly advertising them.

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Advices for photographing helicopters

Public shooting of the Die Hard 5  movie scenes with Hungarian Army’s Mi-24 helicopter was quite instructive. It brought to the surface how people photograph  helicopters. I got into delays with this post as I had no time to publish it, but the current air show at Kecskemet is a great opportunity to dig it up and publish it and hopefully it can help to some people.

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Photographing kayak and canoe races

It has been requested by many of you readers I should write about the process of photographing kayak-canoe sport and not only to publish my photos of the event and a GPS log of how much I walked on water. Well, I tried to sum up the key thoughts that came to my mind in this regard – once the broadcast of a kayak race just ended in TV.

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Shooting stars at Cannes Film Festival

I’ve never been to Cannes myself but since the famous film festival has just finished I thought it might be interesting to mention on the blog how photographers work there. It’s a major red carpet event complete with celebrities of course, so it has many similarities to the Oscar gala I wrote about.

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‘Spaghetti bridge’ crack of 2013

It is hard to imagine how strong structures can be made from the everyday strings of pasta we eat for dinner. Yet Hungarian students every year spend long hours but rather days building spaghetti bridges only to have them broken (or blown) into pieces for the sake of the Reccs (meaning ‘crack’ in Hungarian) competition – no wonder some of them can’t bear to watch it.