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  • The Egg (5/15/2024)

    Roland Foldi reached out to me one day with the idea of adapting “The Egg” into a short film. I was thrilled to join such a project because the story had recently resonated deeply with me. His movie is now available for viewing here. Throughout the day, I worked on set design and captured a few photos.
    “The Egg” is a thought-provoking short story by Andy Weir. The narrative follows a character who experiences a surreal encounter with a divine entity, revealing the concept that all individuals are reincarnations of the same soul. Through concise yet powerful storytelling, “The Egg” offers a unique perspective on the cycle of life.
    Boglarka Beregi
    Cselgo Szabolcs Kovacs
    Special thanks to Erika Matyas for helping us during the day.

  • Beautiful Family of Lilla – Jurassic Coast (5/14/2024)

    Recently, I had the opportunity to capture a heartwarming story of a family’s holiday adventure along England’s cliffy coasts. Here, nature’s wonders and cherished moments intertwine to create lasting memories. As the kids played, the little girl exclaimed, “Look mom, there’s a walrus!” We all turned to see, and there it was: a playful seal emerged, joining their frolic. The children’s faces lit up with wonder. It was a moment of pure delight, where nature’s embrace brought them closer together, creating memories to cherish forever.

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  • Selection of 2023 works (12/23/2023)

    This year was very busy and inspiring.
    What really is the beauty of life? I think love is the only thing that matter and many moments of 2023 will stay with me forever.
    I would like to thank all my couples and families for sharing their stories with me. See you in 2024.

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    Here are some of my favourite moments from weddings this year.

    Wedding couple at the Opera house

    wedding couple in Budapest

    Bride and groom goes crazy after the ceremony

    the bride and her sister on the wedding day

    Bride in a library on her wedding

    wedding couple at their reception among statues

    bride getting ready at Villa Botanica

    bride on her wedding day getting ready in a castle

    bride and her boquet at a castle

    rooftop wedding couple

    Budapest street with bride and groom

    Budapest wedding moment from a destination wedding

    Budapest destination wedding couple

    Vienna destination wedding photo

    Vienna destination wedding with groom and bride

    Europian destination wedding couple

    Destination wedding couple dancing in Europe

    European city wedding

    black and white wedding photo of hands

    And here are some portraits and family photos from 2023.

    musician portrait rooftop

    thy catafalque cover alfold

    couple in the forest

    family photo in the mountains

    europe mountain family photo

    baby photo Budapest

    family photos at home


  • Dia & Szabi – Sorg-villa – Wedding Story (7/21/2023)

    I am happy to share here the wedding story of Dia and Szabi. They know each other since they were kids and started dating during their high school years. More than a decade later they decided to get married in a magical villa nearby Budapest.
    Their big day was filled with real emotions, tears and laughs and as a wedding photographer I could not appreciate their honest personalities more. Many memories been shared during their ceremony that made everyone to connect and share the happiness with Dia and Szabi.
    Dia is a talented photographer with eye for details, feel free to check out her works here.
    The venue: Sorg-villa you may know from several different movies such as one of my fav film The Duke of Burgundy. It was a perfectly hidden and magical place for a wedding.


    Venue: Amber bride by Sorg villa
    Flower design by Schott Reka
    Hair by Cserhalmi Noémi
    Host by Kalman Balint
    Desserts by FalusiLibak


  • Attila & Adel – Wedding Story (10/29/2021)

    Attila and Adel are a photo and videographer couple, based in Hungary. It was a great honour to capture their wedding in the mountains near Budapest.
    They dream was to get married among their friends and family in a perfect location close to the beautiful forests and fields.
    It was indeed a very intimate event filled with real emotions.

    Wedding dress: Daalarna
    Flowers: Bloom Flowers and Design
    Decoration: Odu Event
    Location: Társa Pagony
    Videography: Soft Light Visuals

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  • Meli & Ákos – Wedding Story (9/24/2021)


  • Imi & Adri – Couple Session (9/24/2021)

    Imi and Adri and their beloved Bodza dog decided to take a walk to celebrate their engagement.

  • Kim & Attila – Wedding Story (9/23/2021)


  • Tamás – Portrait Session (8/26/2021)

    Tamás Kátai is a Hungarian musician, poet, and photographer. He is a mastermind in many different fields and he can put all his artworks in a beautiful way together.
    I was absolutely honoured when he offered me the opportunity to shoot his portraits for the new Thy Catafalque album, Vadak.
    It was a very personal project to me and I am still touched by it.


  • Bonita & Karel – London Destination Wedding (4/28/2020)

    Bonita and Karel had a dream. A dream to get married in London during winter. They both has Indonesian roots but born and raised in Australia. They elegant winter wedding was held in Central London just before the pandemic started. By now we all know how lucky we were to make their dream to come true. Their families travelled all way from from Melbourne to London to celebrate with them. Please welcome their intimate and small destination wedding story.

    London destination winter wedding.

    Portobello road destination winter wedding.

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  • Szilvi&Gabor – Elegant Wedding (4/18/2020)

    Szilvi and Gabor got married in a beautiful autumn day. They choose a stunning place in Hungary to celebrate and say yes.
    The decoration on this day was made by the amazing Julia and her team.

  • Nori&Berci – Elegant Industrial Wedding (4/18/2020)

    Nori and Berci held their wedding last autumn at a very unique location in Budapest. They share passion towards good coffee, travel, and literature. When they contacted me I already new their day will be a one of a kind experience to me too. They decided to get married in the studio of a world famous Hungarian sculptor, Szoke M. Gabor.
    I am pleased to share their pictures here and take you to an emotional journey onto this amazing industrial, elegant and artistic wedding.

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    Budapest rooftops

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  • Blooming Art – Artistic Flower Design Series (2/22/2020)

    Blooming Art is a series of floral paraphrases that me and Petra Radnai made in the end of 2019.
    Every single picture that we choose to imitate we observed in many different ways.
    Petra reflected on the style of the original paintings during her work. She was using different type of compositions to bring extra additional meaning to each piece. She also chose the type of the flowers based on the personality of the characters she was imitating.
    I had three different focuses during the process: backgrounds, lighting and the postproduction. The goal was to create a context to each piece with the painted backgrounds. I was lighting each floral composition similarly as the recreated characters had on the paintings. Finally I edit the brightness, colors and the texture of the photographs in the most identical way as it was possible comparing to the original paintings.



    Art history:
    The Creation Of Adam is a fresco painted by Michelangelo Buonarroti in 1509–1510 as part
    of the Sistine Chapel’s ceiling in Vatican City.
    It is an exemplary piece of Italian High Renaissance art.
    The left side of the fresco depicts Adam leaning on his elbow on the ground, while God is
    lying in the hands of floating angels on the right. The painting focuses on the moment of
    creation with a gap between the two fingers to mark that the act of creation is not a physical-
    material one as God brings the first human spirit to life from a state of unconsciousness and

    Floral design:
    Flower and arrangement:
    When creating the composition, we paid particular attention to Michelangelo’s style of
    painting, the spatial arrangement of God and Adam and represented the floating figure of God
    with a suspended composition. While selecting the flowers, we did not only consider colours,
    but the monumentality, aerial lightness, discipline and omnipotence of God as well. These
    traits are represented by thick peonies and Charles Darwin roses, loosely structured
    eucalyptuses and thorny, woody Mahonias. For the character of Adam, we selected smaller,
    thicker and simpler flowers mainly based on colour, therefore, we primarily used Dianthuses,
    bouquets of mini roses and Lisianthuses. We have chosen a Digitalis to reflect the grace and
    lightness of the two hands at the centre of the painting.
    We wanted to depict the floating figure of God in sharp contrast with human Adam lying on
    the ground. Michelangelo paints the scene in an ethereal void with bright light shining from
    slightly above. To achieve a similar effect, we provided lighting for the flower arrangement
    slightly from above with two lamps positioned in the middle.
    The fresco is characterized by mild colours, strong contours and creamy, radiating light. We
    created this atmosphere by boosting vivid and bright tones, while slightly desaturating colours
    and reducing noise.




    Art history:
    Fra Angelico is also known as the painter of Annunciations. This particular piece of art depicts
    the angel Gabriel and the Virgin Mary at the moment of the Annunciation. We wanted to
    outline the angel entering the building where the Virgin Mary is sitting. The composition
    recreates their posture and their location.

    Floral design:
    Flower and arrangement:
    Our main aim was to imitate the colours characterizing Fra Angelico’s painting style. The
    attention of the Virgin Mary and the angel towards each other is marked by the location and
    the angle of the flowers. We have selected soft flowers like garden roses, Lisianthuses and
    small-headed roses to reflect the gentle and sensitive nature of the figures. We marked the
    wing of the angel with a crane flower, which we also used to keep the composition in balance
    and to represent the kneeling leg of the angel entering the room. The Virgin Mary’s blue dress
    is made out of the radiant blue fruit of Viburnum and silver-leafed Begonias.
    Lighting: In Fra Angelico’s painting, light comes in from the left side behind the angel. We
    have lighted the arrangement with two constant lights from the left and brightened it from the
    other side to preserve the sunlit effect of the original painting.
    Despite clear contour lines, the painting is characterized by low contrasts. Mostly pastel
    colours create a gentle harmony. This atmosphere was recreated by desaturation, increasing
    sharpness and softening clarity and contrast during post-processing.




    Art history:
    Jacques Louis David (1748–1825) was the first significant painter of French classicism and
    he later became one of Napoleon’s favourites. His portrait of Madame Récamier with its
    captivating style and the vibrant, unique painting method of the background is an outstanding
    piece of art. Julie or Juliette Récamier (originally Jeanne-Françoise Julie Adélaïde Bernard)
    was a leading figure of early 19th century literary and political society.
    Juliette opened a salon as a meeting place for a select group of people.
    The beautiful young lady was surrounded by adorers. She was among the first ones to furnish
    her residence in an Etruscan style. She was wearing antique clothes at the time of the
    Directory contributing to the popularity of the antique style during imperial rule.
    Her salon played a significant role in the political-intellectual life of the era.
    Floral design:
    Flower and arrangement:
    Madame Recamier is represented by soft, gentle flowers resembling her character and
    graceful beauty, such as David Austin roses, Lisianthuses, Digitalises and Ranunculuses.
    The figure of the lying lady is outlined by a stretched-out composition. A textile material
    completes the arrangement to underline the association.
    The light in the painting comes in from one point in the centre top. We used two lamps in the
    middle and we raised the stronger light source to achieve a similar effect for the arrangement.
    The brush technique in the painting is gentle at the figure of the Madame, but much stronger
    and rougher for the surroundings. This texture is marked by increased grain, while the
    gripping difference between light and shadow in the painting is recreated by the significantly
    increased contrast.




    Art history:
    Isaac Israëlst (1865–1934) is considered to be one of the greatest figures of modern Dutch
    painting besides Van Gogh and Mondrian.
    He loved to submerge in the vibrant and colourful world of streets, clubs, music and dance
    cafés, fashion and the life of Amsterdam. His main aim was to capture the present moment
    quickly. In case of this café scene, we worked with the whole composition including the focus
    on the moment, the brush technique and the spectacular colour dynamics.
    Floral design:
    Flower and arrangement:
    When selecting the flowers and creating the arrangement, we mainly concentrated on the
    vibrant lights and small brush strokes characterizing the impressionist painting style. The
    swirling colours of the original painting are reflected by the flowers. The orange of the lady’s
    drink in the painting is marked by unique, strong yellow of Ranunculuses and Juliet roses.
    Lighting: The painting depicts the interiors of a room, where light comes in from the top left.
    We illuminated our arrangement the same way with a lamp and softly brightened the flowers
    from the other side. Light also penetrates the orange liquid in the glass, therefore, we let
    some natural light into the room to emphasise the orange flowers.
    Our aim was to showcase the bold brush strokes characterising impressionist artists, which
    are bright spots rather than contour lines. We slightly increased the contrast of the picture to
    accentuate these spots. At the same time we reduced noise and created a unique texture
    marked by soft grain.





    Art history:
    Degas loved to feature dancers in his paintings. Star of the Ballet portraying Rosita Maurit is a
    pastel created with monotyping. Monotypes are imprints of a drawing originally created on a
    copper or glass plate and then transferred to a sheet of paper by pressing the two surfaces
    together. Star of the Ballet was showcased on the third exhibition of the impressionists.
    The painting is realistic and supernatural at the same time. The playful lights and the original
    perspective contribute to the extraordinary effect. Behind the scenes dancers and a man are
    watching the prima ballerina. They are merely torsos without heads, the painting focuses on
    the ballet dancer, who graciously bows in front of the audience.
    Floral design:
    Flower and arrangement:
    When creating the flower arrangement, we wanted to reflect on the aerial lightness of Degas’
    ballet dancer. Therefore, we have chosen soft-petalled David Austin roses, Ranunculuses
    and Lisianthuses. The location of the flowers, the structure of the composition marks the
    charming and dynamic movements of the ballerina. Her gracious hand position is outlined by
    the arch of a hazel branch.
    Lighting: As a theatrical scene the composition is angled upwards, therefore, we took the
    photo from slightly above. It is illuminated from below, at the height of the imaginary stage.
    Two lamps are lighting the arrangement from the bottom right and we also brightened the
    flowers slightly.
    Post-processing: During post-processing, we desaturated the colours to create a softer,
    pastel effect and increased contrast and grain to achieve a texture resembling the painting.




    Art history:
    In the 17th century, anatomy lectures were open door events attended by doctors, medical
    students and other visitors. The painting probably depicts a public autopsy organized on 31
    January 1632 and conducted by Dr Nicolaes Tulp, the anatomist of Amsterdam. The city
    permitted only one public autopsy per year for which they used the body of an executed
    Rembrandt was commissioned by the Guild of Surgeons in Amsterdam to capture the event
    and every figure in the painting paid a fee to the artist to be featured in the masterpiece.

    Floral design:
    Flower and arrangement:
    We tried to capture the play of lights and shadows characteristic of Rembrandt, while creating
    the flower arrangement. We stuck the flowers in a dark stone bowl and put the composition in
    front of a dark background. The dead body in the centre of the painting is marked by thick-
    blossomed cream and white roses, which create a homogenous, united structure close to
    each other. We only used white flowers for the figures observing the dead body:
    Ranunculuses in the foreground and smaller-headed Lisianthuses for the background. The
    collars of the doctors are outlined by Kalanchoes.
    Lighting: We recreated the distinctive lighting painted by Rembrandt. The main light source
    and the brightening was set based on the original, while we also tried to reflect on the soft,
    slightly hazy atmosphere, so we utilized incense-burners to thicken the air and create unique
    lighting conditions.
    We focused on Rembrandt’s subtle and soft brush technique and the marked difference
    between lights and shadows. We increased contrast and softened the picture, while reducing





    Art history:
    In 1599, Caravaggio received his first significant Church commission thanks to Del Monte’s
    support. He was invited to paint the chapters of Saint Matthew’s life for the Contarelli Chapel
    at the Church of San Luigi dei Francesi. The venture started on the wrong foot as the first
    version of Saint Matthew and the Angel was not accepted by the client. They condemned
    Caravaggio for painting the saint as an illiterate peasant and they were most likely right as
    Saint Matthew was originally a tax collector, who probably could read and write. But the next
    four paintings were so successful that Caravaggio became one of the most popular painters
    of Rome overnight.
    Floral design:
    Flower and arrangement:
    We concentrated on Caravaggio’s unique choice of colours and the reflection of lights. We
    used vivid orange and claret flowers for Matthew’s clothes, such as Lisianthuses, roses and
    Dianthuses. We outlined the evangelist on his knees by the arch and two levels of the
    arrangement. The aerial figure of the angel is marked with a suspended composition. The
    floating apparition is recreated with light, soft roses and faint Dianthuses.
    Lighting: In Caravaggio’s paintings light and dark are in bold, dramatic contrast with each
    other creating an effect called chiaroscuro. When we set the lighting for the arrangement, we
    aimed at recreating this atmosphere. We utilized a light source at the top and slightly
    brightened from the front. The orange glimmer of the original painting is evoked by the
    candles in the background.
    We wanted to accentuate the dramatic effect by increasing contrast, deepening shadows and
    strengthening highlights. We also increased grain to mark Caravaggio’s brush technique.


    To be continued…


  • Fragments of the past decade (12/25/2019)

    Thousands of pages would not be enough to tell you how much happened to me in the past decade. Many travels, many beautiful and emotional stories and so many great moments!
    Thank you to all the couples for these rad adventures!
    Here is a collection of the best moments from this period of time.

    Chapel in Hungary

    Iceland waterfall photography

    Hug in Slovenia

    Emotional couple session

    Iceland travel photography

    Bride in Scotland

    Mountains of Scotland

    Scottish windy elopement

    Engagement photo from the Scottish Highlands

    Scottish couple photography

    Deers running in the Scottish Highlands

    Couple in the Scottish Highlands

    Couple in Edinburgh

    Aviemore couple photography

    Edinburgh engagement photo

    couple exploring Avimore

    Champagne in the woods

    Couple in the pine forest

    Ninh Binh Vietnam

    Vietnam rice fields

    Vietnam buckwheat flowers

    mountains of Vietnam

    Bagan sunrise photography

    Yangon houses

    Empty chair in Sarajevo

    Couple in Craco

    Intimate couple session

    Fashion photography

    Couple at the seaside in The Netherlands

    Cliffs of Portugal

    Amsterdam couple session

    engagement photography Amsterdam

    Copenhagen wedding day

    South Italy

    Iceland volcano

    Paris view

    Cliffs of Moher

    Black and white sunset

    Bohemian wedding photo

    Wedding Noszvaj

    Hallstatt winter

    Industrial wedding photography

    Couple session Cambodia

    Bohinj after rain

    Boho wedding moment

    Wedding kiss

    Elopement photography

  • Betti & Peti – Wedding at Losi Major (10/28/2019)

    Betti and Peti  imagined a bohemian farm wedding during autumn. They found a beautiful location, Losi Major where they dream came true. Their wedding day started with a massive rain that allowed us to slow down and create a cozy and intimate pre-wedding session just before the preparation would start.
    After they got ready the sun came out and their beautiful ceremony began. It was a delightful day filled with many feelings and it was truly amazing to capture the best moments and be a part of it.

    Location: Losi Major
    Dress: Nora Sarman
    Video: Super8Love
    Decoration: Chetres  Decor
    Bride’s Shoes: Reka Vago

    Intimate couple session began.

    Rainy morning at Losi Major

    Cozy morning moments.

    warm hug after waking upRainy wedding morning details.