Articles by Aginger

Horses and techniques

By way of introduction, I'm not keen on horses. They are lovely, beautiful, great animals, but I've had no chance in my life yet to keep myself close to them. In spite of this, you can see many photos about horses in my portfolio. No, I'm not a liar. :) Horses are easy to shoot (with camera, of course :)), they're calm and funny in same way, so really good models for an amateur, too.Second stage, I'm not a Photoshop guru. I don't like hard modification in an image - but now I realized that good,... continue reading

New year, some changes

Dear Friends, belatedly, but with heart, I wish you a really happy and successful New Year!In the first round, with a free photo from my beloved country, Portugal...they're in big trouble nowadays unfortunately, because of some economist reasons, and I like to share this pic with you to remember its beauty. :)This is my first shot in free section, I hope it will generate some commercial sales, too.An other change that I finally enter to Facebook... :) So find me, if you like. :)(please... continue reading

Autumn in black

Well, no any sad stories, only an other promotion (unfortunately I have no enough time for a real article, sorry...maybe during holidays). Do you remember my little kitten? He is not so small and innocent anymore... :)We have quite clean and warm autumn, and Mák really loves the dried leaves on ground... :) but he still have that rambunctious attitude, so taking photos is a real hard job! continue reading

Bonsaiiiis

Shortpromotion again, maybe someone just looking for small trees isolated on white... ;)Have a great weekend, Friends! continue reading

Hungary's spotlight - The Royal Palace of Godollo

Dear Friends, please welcome in a small but wonderful palace of Hungary! As I promised before, our next guided tour leads us to a town near Budapest...let's tour the renovated baroque wings of Royal Palace of Godollo!The cosy castle is one of the most important, largest monuments of Hungarian Palace architecture. Its builder, Count Antal Grassalkovich I (1694-1771) was a typical figure of the regrouping Hungarian aristocracy of the 18th century. He was a Royal Septemvir, president of the Hungarian... continue reading

Inspiration in a castle

I didn't write an article a long time...I have no inspiration, no themes, no mood, only a cam and an empty pending que, waiting for some new stuff. All summer has gone without any good photos. :(Last Sunday of August I was lucky enough to take a tour in newly renovated Wing of Royal Palace of Godollo (Gödöllő). Not all photos were uploaded yet, but DT accepted some - especially for this article. :)I have also a new model, who is patient enough and did not required a signed model release:... continue reading

Cars, cars, cars

Yapp, I know, I'm just a girl, but I can't help, I'm keen on cars, even if they're old or new, renovated or custom... I have some time at the weekend to upload some more photos about latest international tuning show in Budapest and DT accepted them extremely fast, so it's time to show them to you... :)More interesting vehicles can be found in CARS collection. continue reading

New model before lens

Hey, do you remember my old post that I hate to take pictures about my family and friends? Well, now we have a new guy - only since 3 weeks, but he's in my heart...let me introduce Poppy ('Mák', in Hungarian), a 10-weeks-old male kitten, probably newest star of my portfolio! :)If someone is interested for details; he's a half Maine Coon, his mother's name is Cinnamon and she is a beautiful, patient cat (father is an unknown carpet-bagger)! I've found him on a Hungarian bidding site (similar... continue reading

Hungary's spotlight - National Gallop different view

Some of you maybe remember to an old post by me about new traditional event of Hungary, the National Gallop on Heroes' Square, heart of Budapest. Well, this year I was able to see it from different angle and perspective - I took out a photo pass for VIP sector, not only behind scenes, but into stables, too.It was really full with fun for me, as a non-professional! On first day (Saturday), staff was really nice and helpful when recognized my pass. I started early on that morning, around 9... continue reading

Nature Photography Day - June 15

The North American Nature Photography Association (NANPA) has announced that June 15 is the first observation of National Nature Photography Day. Special date first appeared in the 2006 edition of McGraw-Hill's reference work Chases's Calendar of Events.Activities NANPA encourages everyone to do on June 15 include:- Getting your camera and visit a park - at lunchtime if you can- Learning about and photographing a species of plant or animal that is native to your region.- Teaching... continue reading

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