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.
Few days ago I wrote about the photo gear theft at Hungaroring photo centre last weekend and I wouldn’t want to come back to he theft topic again. However I have to write about this too. At Sziget Festival you should also watch out for your valuables. In the big crowd it is just as easy to loose something accidentally as it is possible to run into thieves and get things stolen.
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…
Last weekend I worked again at the Forma1 race. This is how my walking path looks like.
Dress rehearsal of the Hungarian National Ballet – photos I took with my DSLR look much better.
Ballet dancers perform on a press conference
This is how my working day looks like during the Forma1 race weekend at Hungaroring.
Some of my readers asked me to write a behind the scenes post about photographing Formula1 at race track Hungaroring dolgozni.
I spent last weekend in the rowing centre at Maty-Er near Szeged, photographing the kayak-canoe world cup. This is where I wandered around during that weekend.
A youthful team of event photographers is looking for a new colleague on a short term work for a week. The applicant must be communicative. Photography knowledge is not required but speaking Dutch language is mandatory.