lunes, 23 de julio de 2012

In The Picture: Gabor Dvornik

Gabor Dvornik was born in Hungary at the time when iron curtain still existed. He has experienced that rusty madness when he tried to speak freely, they’ve kicked him out of University for a year and he had to shut up and wait till the system had changed. Change came, but things are still bad, the same people manage everything as before just under different slogans and symbols. He tries to take these experiences and let them shine through in his pictures, through his eye and soul. Gaor says his picture look dark ad maybe not as happy as people might want, but he tries to add a mood to his images. He mainly works with an old Nikon and every picture is made with the same lense (18-200 G-ED AF).
We’d like to thank Jakob for sharing his photos. Visit his website for more of his work and if you like the photographer’s work please give a comment or a like to show your appreciation.
 
Age on your face Photo by Gabor Dvornik

Amigo Photo by Gabor Dvornik

Baba Yaga's hut Photo by Gabor Dvornik

Close encounters Photo by Gabor Dvornik

Don Bari Photo by Gabor Dvornik

Firewater Photo by Gabor Dvornik

GI Joe Photo by Gabor Dvornik

Guilty Photo by Gabor Dvornik

Hope Photo by Gabor Dvornik

Leave me alone Photo by Gabor Dvornik

Old Shatterhand Photo by Gabor Dvornik

Opus Dei Photo by Gabor Dvornik

Origo Photo by Gabor Dvornik

Ray of light Photo by Gabor Dvornik

Silence is golden Photo by Gabor Dvornik

Smile tames Photo by Gabor Dvornik

Tell me a tale Photo by Gabor Dvornik

The prayer Photo by Gabor Dvornik

Time goes - I stay Photo by Gabor Dvornik

Tuning Photo by Gabor Dvornik

Under pressure Photo by Gabor Dvornik

Wheel of time Photo by Gabor Dvornik

When silence rule Photo by Gabor Dvornik
 Credits: Totally Cool Pix
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