I had a blog post roughly ten years ago with the title Rather go to drive a bus. Of course it is a tad bit(?) demagogue approach of the economic aspects. The current is none less so. However the current pandemic especially puts an emphasis on the differences of the the two professions.
Many of us take photos on the streets and in most cases we don’t run into any trouble doing it. However in some cases even serious it can result in serious injuries if you take photos of people without their consent. Even if the law doesn’t require permission it never hurts to have it.
A British street photographer got beaten and his camera broken because of taking a photo of a couple on a street festival. Laws are on his side, but it meant not much against aggression.
I wrote about the photographing of a lot of various situations on the blog including their regulation aspects too. Now elections are coming in Hungary…
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…
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.
History enthusiasts reenacted again the Battle of Tapiobicske and Hungarian forces won the fierce battle once again. Just like I wrote about it a few years ago, this battle reenactment is full of interesting scenes this year again.
This is how the photographers waiting for the start of the Formula-1 race at the end of the start/finish straight look through a fisheye lens.
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 met more of these lists on the web. I even wrote some of them and probably I will do so in the future too. This time I don’t want to list movies or documentaries about photographers. I rather try to collect some of the movies whose visual wold, picture style or other visual solutions can inspire photographers.