Rise

As I see, I haven't written anything for almost half a year. No wonder why - I hit rock bottom in many aspects of my life, and now it's time to rise again - a new year with new ways.

As I am getting better from the inside, the outside grows with it. 

I finally made up my mind and I changed to large format photography. It feels like I have entered  into the ultimate of photography! 
Changing to large format brought me luck. Some other Hungarian photographers, craftsmen and inventors decided to sponsor me with their creations. So, I teamed up with VDS camera and Uniqball brands and the creators behind them. 

VDS cameras are made by Sándor Vadász photographer and craftsman. He uses american black walnut tree, mahogany, rosewood and silver anodised aluminium components for his large format cameras. Beside the usual 4x5, 5x7 and 8x10 sizes he also build custom-sized cameras too. 

VDS cameras are made by Sándor Vadász photographer and craftsman. He uses american black walnut tree, mahogany, rosewood and silver anodised aluminium components for his large format cameras. Beside the usual 4x5, 5x7 and 8x10 sizes he also build custom-sized cameras too. 

Uniqball was invented by Balázs Kármán and László Novák, two well known Hungarian photographers. Uniqball is a revolutionary new type of ball head, combining all the attributes of a traditional ball head, a gimbal head, a pan & tilt head and a fluid head. It truly lives up for it's name.  It also won TIPA's "Best Accessory Award" in 2015.

Uniqball was invented by Balázs Kármán and László Novák, two well known Hungarian photographers. Uniqball is a revolutionary new type of ball head, combining all the attributes of a traditional ball head, a gimbal head, a pan & tilt head and a fluid head. It truly lives up for it's name. 
It also won TIPA's "Best Accessory Award" in 2015.

I am really proud that I was trusted to use these tools on my photographic journey. You will hear and see more about them on my next travels. 

Zero inspiration

My website, my social media and also myself had been in silence for months. I have been pretty down in the deepest valleys of myself. You know… Something like when you deeply feel the impermanence of all the things around you. And all the things you do, feels aimless an useless. 

When you have so enough of everything you feel like the only thing you can do is to sit in zazen, but even siting in meditation is total suffering.

In this state of mind you are not inspired at all, you can’t create. 
Still now I have no idea where I am heading. No future, no plans. Photography? Who knows… Maybe...

The only thing I can do is to sit.

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News

 

I haven't been here for a while. I was so busy recently. Finally my dream comes true, and I become a photography tour guide. I will guide tours all over the world. :) It's only in Hungarian yet, but soon I will upload everything here also in english. Meanwhile I got some new toys. These Instax cameras are really fun. By the end of the month I will do some more serious photography project, and I will visit Scotland for a few weeks. Stay tuned! 

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Light on the mountain

 

It was a magical day. I woke up early. The night was still on. As I walked upwards on the mountain’s side, the sky started to clear up. I already knew where I wanted to witness the sunrise, high above the clouds. 

Even after the sunrise I was stunned for hours by the beautiful game of lights and the frozen forest. After I filled myself with sunshine, I walked back down into the grey ocean of clouds. Soon I was greeted by the frozen creatures of the under cloud world. It was a great day.

 

Cameron Highlands

I had the luck to discover this beautiful place together with my good friend, and fellow photographer Sanjitpaal Singh and his biologist wife Ravinder Kaur. Probably this is the last place what I have time to visit in Malaysia. I am heading back home soon. Good times again. Malaysia is still one of my favorite destination. More photos on Facebook or Instagram.

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Touched by the jungle

Every time i visit a jungle i am deeply touched by it. The smells and sounds. The amount of life thriving all around me. The chaotic connection of life all around. Human mind hardly can grasp it. It touches something much deeper. Primeval state of mind. Serenity. It pulls me in. Come, stay here forever...

More pictures on Facebook or Instagram. 

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Zhangjiajie mountains

Zhangjiajie. Breathtaking tablemountains, what gave inspiration for so many chinese arts. Paintings and poetry.

More recently it was also the inspiration of the floating mountains in James Cameron's Avatar movie. The chinese tourist industry didn't need any more... All around the park, hotels are popping out from nowhere and the prices are skyrocketing...

More pictures on Facebook or Instagram.

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The sea of bamboo

Shunan Zuhai. A vast bamboo forest near the border of Sichuan province. These bamboo forests, are one of my favorite places on Earth. You can just sit for hours, listening the wind, as it brushes the seren bamboo sea around you. Sweet smell of wet soil and leaves. Frogs, and cicadas giving concert every day. The peace in these bamboo forests is palpable. Peace of mind. 

More pictures on Facebook or Instagram. 

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Jiuzhaigou - China

The first stop in China is Jiuzhaigou national park. The colors and the place is absolutely mindblowing. But the endless flood of chinese tourists can ruin the whole experience. I would recommend to everyone to stay in a homestay inside the park for the night, and in the early morning you can look around peacefully. More pictures on my Facebook or Instagram page.

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