English

Hungarian Photographer Korinna Horvath

By: Azad Karimi

2006 is the year I’ve graduated and the same year opened my first studio although it’s funny looking back that age thru my pictures. I believe we all grow thru the process mentally also our techniques are getting a bit more defined over the years.

 

Interview

Hungarian Photographer Korinna Horvath

By Azad Karimi

 

Why should we take pictures of ourselves or of landscapes and nature and events and then look at them and enjoy seeing them or use them as evidence, for whatever reason?

Is this some kind of desire for immortality? For example, if we want to leave a mark on ourselves so that future generations will know us or will always remember us?

During the year I have been working on this international cultural interview project, I have interviewed several photographers from different countries, each of whom had his or her own reasons and concerns about why they are fascinated by the art of photography.

This love and attachment to photography have created a professional and social commitment among these photographers, and this is beautiful and admirable. For example, Korinna believes that:

Follow what makes your soul free, that is where happiness lies.

This is very interesting ... Korinna is a young Hungarian photographer who graduated from Serbia. She has interesting ideas. She is a very energetic woman and a searching photographer and pays attention to the school of Impressionism.

Those who follow the history of art styles know that Impressionism means recording an event at the moment of occurrence according to the artist's perception. This school is mostly manifested in painting and photography.

Of course, I briefly addressed Impressionism because there is little time for this introduction to writing more about Impressionism, so I ask you, dear readers, to read the text of our interview.

I wish success, happiness, and prosperity to dear Korinna.

 

 

Thank you!

Vestland-Norway

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1- Please present yourself (Name, education, job, Civil status and...)

.Korinna Horvath.Master of photography and image manipulation, graduated at 2006 in Belgrade

 

2-what is your artistic specialize?

.photography and photoshop Previously involved in fashion design also styling.

 

3- When and how did you become interested in this field of art?

. born with it, my dad was a research engineer with a strong artistic vein, I've spent my childhood in a dark room developing pictures.

4- Who was your motivator?

. Van Gogh but the entire Impressionism had me, adored their different view.

 

5- What was your parent’s reaction?

. I’ve born with ADHD, growing up people thought that something is wrong with me, which helped me separate myself from others' opinions; hence, I was able to choose my path at an early age. Parents were supportive although they would love it better if I chose something more realistic.

 

6- When started you such as a professional artist, photographer?

. 2006 is the year I’ve graduated and the same year opened my first studio although it’s funny looking back that age thru my pictures. I believe we all grow thru the process mentally also our techniques are getting a bit more defined over the years.

 

7- Are you thankful and happy because of your activities as a photographer?

. Absolutely, truly believe once you start to see the different light there is no way back, still in awe at every sunrise.

 

8- How you see the view, the future of art, photography, culture? You are an artist; you should have an opinion...

. In my opinion, the future of art is the same as the past of the drive strong enough and the passion is there, there is no limit. Doesn’t matter what gear you use long as the view is unique. Sure it takes longer to figure out who we are and what we chose to reflect thru our work but that’s life. Nothing and no one can stop an individual with a strong will and the ability of learning.

 

 

9- How does culture use photography? What do they have to do with each other?

. Today's culture is massively different from those I’ve grown up with! Also, the technical background is growing like wildfire. Thus, there is plenty wanna be photographer's self-reflected models, which I think isn’t a problem. I love those people showing their views, although I can’t lie simplicity and minimalism are what make my heart beat.

 

10- Can you become one part of the artistic-cultural movement for motivation in youth or new generation in your country and so than?

. Absolutely I do that nearly every day, beyond happy to help whenever I can!

 

11- How can you help our world become a better place to live?

. Involved in many charities, I became Vegan (not the trendy one simply can’t imagine causing harm to any living creature), believe in simple life makes you happy, so not buying unnecessary products also planning to sail away full time in a couple of years cutting my Co2 footprint.

 

12- Have you more word to say or suggestion for our readers?

. Follow what makes your soul free, that is where happiness lies. Oh and never stop expanding your mind, choose a language or an instrument or simply a new hobby you dive into every year! And read anything. As my website is undergoing changes you can find me on Facebook as Korinna Horvath Photography.