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Interview With Hungarian Photographer Agnes Mezosi

Interview With Hungarian Photographer Agnes Mezosi

Agnes Mezosi is a Hungarian photographer and her style of photography is constructivism, abstract, and minimalism. After a serious illness, she started looking for a form of self-realization. After many experiments, she found solace in photography when she was the age of 36. She plays with geometric forms, shapes, light,…

Beautiful Train Photographs In Exciting Places

Hungarian Photographer Tamás Rizsavi Captured Beautiful Train Photographs In Exciting Places

My childhood dream was to become a train driver. Nowadays I work as a photographer and also an engine driver, so my dream came true. So obviously my favorite subject is taking pictures of trains. I hope you like my photography! You can find Tamás Rizsavi on the Web: Facebook…

Interview With Hungarian Photographer Krisztian Kiszely

Interview With Hungarian Photographer Krisztian Kiszely

Photographer Krisztian Kiszely was born in Debrecen, Hungary, he graduated from the University of Art and Design, Budapest. He is a Graphic Artist, Designer, Teacher, Applied Photographer, and Creative Director. He simply fell in photography and he wants to express life through photography. Thanks, Krisztian for accepting our invite. Please…

Personal Best: Agota Mirjam Berkesi

My Personal Best: Hungarian Photographer Ágota Mirjam Berkesi

My name is Ágota Mirjam Berkesi, I am from Hungary. I was born in Kaposvár in 1985. I work in the cultural field and I usually organize exhibitions, photography is sometimes my work, sometimes my escape from everyday life. I started getting interested in photography about 7 years ago. I…

My Personal Best: Hungarian Street Photographer Krisztian Kosa

My name is Krisztian Kosa. I’m from Hungary, living in Europe. Originally I studied economy and HR management, but lately, I’m doing photography. I bought my first camera three years ago only for documenting my path, but I realized soon, photography is more important for me than I’d have thought…

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