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Your Story: Monika Kalmar In our Your Story feature, we ask our…

Your Story: Monika Kalmar In our Your Story feature, we ask our…

Your Story: Monika Kalmar

In our Your Story feature, we ask our members about what inspires their photography, the processes they use to make images, and the stories behind their pictures.

Q. What’s the story behind this photo?

A. I love to take photos of animals and I live in a beautiful countryside in the United Kingdom. It’s a perfect combination.

Q. Why do you take pictures?

A. To impress myself and create nice memories. I’m not really talkative, so it’s a good way to communicate.

Q. What was the first photo you took? Or the first photo you took that was meaningful to you?

A. I was on a family trip to southern Sweden to visit my brother when I was 13 or so. We decided to take a cruise over to Denmark for the day. I was the only child in our group and there was not much for me to do on the ship, but I had a little film camera.
I decided to head out on deck, alone.

The first thing I saw, was the bright moon setting over the ocean and I was blown away. I used almost an entire roll of film shooting nothing but that.

Q. What do you like to take pictures of and why?

A. I love to go out and shoot nature and landscapes – it keeps me away from this modern life.

Q. How would you describe your photographic style?

A. I don’t know if I have a style. I photograph everything that catches my attention. I don’t limit myself for only one theme.

Q. Whose photography has influenced you the most?

A. Martin Szipal was a famous Hungarian photographer in Hollywood and I had the opportunity to discuss photography with him. He had very deep thoughts about photography and how to compose a shot.

See more photographs by Monika Kalmar on Your Shot.

Want your photo considered for this series? Use #YourStory on your images that have an interesting story.

Your Story: Monika Kalmar

In our Your Story feature, we ask our members about what inspires their photography, the processes they use to make images, and the stories behind their pictures.

Q. What’s the story behind this photo?

A. I love to take photos of animals and I live in a beautiful countryside in the United Kingdom. It’s a perfect combination.

Q. Why do you take pictures?

A. To impress myself and create nice memories. I’m not really talkative, so it’s a good way to communicate.

Q. What was the first photo you took? Or the first photo you took that was meaningful to you?

A. I was on a family trip to southern Sweden to visit my brother when I was 13 or so. We decided to take a cruise over to Denmark for the day. I was the only child in our group and there was not much for me to do on the ship, but I had a little film camera.
I decided to head out on deck, alone.

The first thing I saw, was the bright moon setting over the ocean and I was blown away. I used almost an entire roll of film shooting nothing but that.

Q. What do you like to take pictures of and why?

A. I love to go out and shoot nature and landscapes – it keeps me away from this modern life.

Q. How would you describe your photographic style?

A. I don’t know if I have a style. I photograph everything that catches my attention. I don’t limit myself for only one theme.

Q. Whose photography has influenced you the most?

A. Martin Szipal was a famous Hungarian photographer in Hollywood and I had the opportunity to discuss photography with him. He had very deep thoughts about photography and how to compose a shot.

See more photographs by Monika Kalmar on Your Shot.

Want your photo considered for this series? Use #YourStory on your images that have an interesting story.

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