"photojournalist work" related posts on the blog

Miracle of God: I got back my lost camera

pope's guards returned it to me

Hungarion version

Photo by Attila Volgyi / blog.volgyiattila.com

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.

Easter celebrations in the splash of water

how my Easter watering photos are taken

Hungarion version

Photo by Attila Volgyi / blog.volgyiattila.com

Many of my female friends don’t like the masculine folk tradition of Easter waterings that is mandatory part of the festive in Hungary. Some straight consider it to be harrassment – including my photos of it. I think it is important to tell on Easter Monday I too get watered – I hope not to wither without this celebrartion this year!

Thousands of Olympic photos every day

this is how agency photographers work in Sochi

Hungarion version

Photo by Bruce Bennett/Getty Images

Sports photography is mass production anyway, but especially at the Olympics that is the greatest of all photo mass productions. The events host the most and best sportsmen around the globe and the whole world is interested in their competitions so media covers every moment almost instantly. Learn how work looks behind the behind the scenes! We are […]

Photographing kayak and canoe races

another sneek peek into the sports photography tade secrets

Hungarion version

Photo by Attila Volgyi / blog.volgyiattila.com

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.

Where there are dog shows there are photographers!

almost as much as the Olympics does

Hungarion version

Photo by Attila Volgyi / blog.volgyiattila.com

Other than these day’s usual phenomenon of everyone taking photos with cameras and mobile phones even photographers considered to be press attended yesterday’s World Dog Show in large numbers. There were almost as much photographers trying to snap the winning dogs as it is usual at the olympics or in Formula 1. We had far less photographers a week before at the kayak-canoe world cup.