Daniel Kovalovszky lives in Budapest, Hungary. After graduating from high school he studied portrait photography and photojournalism in Budapest. He has been working as a photographer since 2001. Between 2001 and 2010 he made several documentary photography essays, mostly about human aging and the symbolic charaters of post-communist places in Hungary. Over the last few years he has become deeply interested in landscape photography. Besides taking photographs of woods in Eastern Europe he has started working on a portrait series concerns the personal stories of people who have had near-death experiences. His works are long-term projects. Kovalovszky’s photographs have been exhibited in several galleries and museums in Eastern Europe and the United Kingdom.
Creative architecture shots by Lukasz Fidosz, a talented self-taught photographer, and programmer from Poznan, Poland.
Wonderful wild animals shots by Octavio Campos Salles, a talented self-taught photographer who was born