The day we picked to shoot Judit’s new collection coincided with the weather turning. And when working with kids, you need to be extra careful so they don’t catch a cold, so unfortunately the weather was somewhat limiting. The always changing autumn weather threw everything it had at us: a chilly morning, bright sunshine, wind… Read More
Late October and early November brought a variety of extraordinary experiences. We created colorful paper monsters, painted real Mexican plaster skulls and took part in The Globetrotter Kids event at Deák 17 Gallery where we would have been able to get familiar with the “Día de los Muertos” celebrations…
Borcsa is a tiny, Lujzi is a medium-sized whirlwind, and I am always happy to see them. We started the shooting early in the morning. After a welcome coffee we took the dog for a walk on the Danube bank – even their dog was teeny-weeny when we first met. Some children I’ve been photographing… Read More
I am usually grumpy when I first wake up, but when I go to a family shooting, it is a little easier somehow. When I first met David, he was an only child in his family, but since he’s become a big brother.
We started the shooting at sunrise and ended at lunchtime, so we had enough time for more action.
I’m a returning guest in the live of most families I’ve ever shot. Like in Vince’s life, who was only 1 year old at the first time we met, but since Kornél has born he became a big brother. When I arrived Judit shared their family photo album with me, so I was really happy… Read More
Somehow it always rains when I shoot weddings, but the Sun always looks out of the clouds when it matters. Those who know me will also know that I love to travel by train: I can spend hours and hours on it, of course in the company of a good book. So it was welcome… Read More
The storytelling nursery school photography always has its exciting challenges because I have to be in close contact with the children while paying attention to a fairly balanced photostream – I have to document the shy ones as well as the ’fans’ who enjoy being in front of the camera.
While I take many portraits, I would also like to tell their special story and show photos that reflect the flow of their day. I can see what parent’s can’t: how the kids really work together and how they spend the day with the group.
The storytelling photography session started when the school opened its doors and lasted until the afternoon siesta.
I took a lof of pictures so it was extremely difficult to pick the best ones for you.
Shelter House’s Foundations’ holiday On July 23, a minibus that had seen better days arrived in Sukoró with 8 children. Some of them had never camped in their life or never swum in the lake Velence. The 8 children (5 boys and 3 girls) came on vacation with the help of people they had never… Read More
I don’t usually shoot weddings, but there are times when I make an exception, like with this one. Emese and Gergő ’s wedding took place at Smaragdvölgy in Rudabányácska. I’m always happy to travel there because I spent my high school years in nearby Sárospatak. The weather was quite moody and wet, but one hour… Read More
I found Pepi in his pyjamas when I arrived to take photos about him. After his breakfast we hung on the playground (and yes, before that he brushed his teeth). We spent the time together until lunch. Let’s meet Pepi and watch his “morning in the life of” story!