It is a nice Christmas present from the director of popular nature documentary that Wild Hungary – Empire of Waters is made free to watch for everyone.
Finally the popular nature documentary Sharks in My Viewfinder about Hungarian scuba photographer Daniel Selmeczi can be watched online. Watch it and support the creators to be able to make lots of other similar movies!
A video by Hungary’s new Capa centre remembers the world famous war photographer Robert Capa. Friend and former Life Magazine picture editor John G Morris talks about his old friend.
An interesting and funny project by one of Hungary’s news websites called Vs.hu. This fake docu-reality presents different aspects of every day life in Hungary in the style of the nature documentaries but in a manner to make fun of the situation.
Interesting social experiment using the tools of photography and model retouching. Everyday women have been transformed into cover girls who in the end turned out not to like the result better. They actually prefer accepting their original look instead of the altered but fake one portrayed by the retouched photos. We just don’t know if they are really honest in this video.
I already wrote about the work at the largest football event of the world. This time they talk in a video letting us a sneek peak…
The 65 year old James Nachtwey still goes to the most dangerous places on Earth. At the moment he is pressing his luck in Thailand. This weekend he has been shot by a bullet. The war photographer who has been the subject of the documentary bearing the same title is okay now however and he continued work after his wounds have been taken care of.
A beind the scenes video about the making of a nature documentary that presents how a nature photographer works. In other words watch it how the documentary was made that shows the work of Bence Mate.
Another photographer shows some close up lion photos. He is not the first one who takes nature photos with remote control and probably he is not the last one as this technology becomes more and more popular.
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.