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!
A few days ago I posted on the Facebook page of my Hungarian blog the picture pair from last elections. I didn’t yet get this similar one from this year. Of course the other side photo was missing as I had my own at hand. Now I have the photo and I post it here right away. This is the current photo pair from this year Viktor Orban casting his votes. This is an all new piece to my on both sides of the photo series.
Getty Images is one of the biggest sports photography agencies and the main agency responsible for documenting the olympics. Like many other agencies they cover the games with dozens of photographers and a load of remote controlled cameras as well whenever it is possible to flood images all the time during the games.
This news is about a few days olt, but I had to include it on my blog. On the Winter Olympics in Pyeongchang, Swiss skier Lara Gut fell and crashed into photographers shooting the event from the side of the race track.
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.
Last weekend I worked again at the Forma1 race. This is how my walking path looks like.
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…
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