„A photo-roast à la hongroise”
ZOLTÁN NEMES ’mettor’ (Győr, Hungary)
Ingredients: an old Zenit, a Forte film, paper, a new, mass-produced sheet and film scanner, then a digital compact, bridge camera: Olympus c3020z, Fuji 6500fd, Nikon D5000.
Spices: Lots of Photoshop, typographical experience of many decades and 64 years of life.
Preparation: Mix the movement of dancing of the 70’s with roamings in Transylvania, Poland and Hungary, with original folk-music and dance of the Carpathian basin; add the universal classical music, rock, jazz – be careful not to get it burnt by some demure, operetta-style or globalist plastic! –; mix well with literary interferences, with a great family, but also with negative life-experience, with national and political bitterness; and finally serve with poor head for business, not always taking care of the professional rules.
Can be tasted: Earlier in the journal 'Táncművészet” (The art of dancing), in the book 'Nomád nemzedék” (Nomad generation), 'Hungarian folk instruments' (R. Mandel) or as the winner of a Polish photo-competition; recently in the newspapers 'FOLKMAGAZIN', 'Kisalföld” (name of a region of north-western Hungary) and 'Digitális Fotómagazin” (Digital Photomagazine); and under the name 'mettor' of the section KÉPFÓRUM of the homepage www.fotovilag.hu
( My old webpage: http://nemesfoto.gportal.hu/ )