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Holly Lynton

  23.08.2019   Gyuri   Lightbites   No comments

Holly Lynton Photographer GL: When I saw your picture at the Somerset House in London two things caught my attention: the motion of the flying feathers and the stillness of

Ross McDonnell

  23.08.2019   Gyuri   Lightbites   No comments

Ross McDonnell Photographer, Cinematographer GL: When I first stumbled across your Joyrider series I felt that strange, nervous excitement that you have just after having woken up from a nightmare:

Jeff Jacobson

  23.08.2019   Gyuri   Lightbites   No comments

Jeff Jacobson Photographer GL: Looking at the image of the red dog I can’t decide who was more surprised, you or the dog. But you were definitely the faster one.

Annalisa Brambilla

  15.08.2019   Gyuri   Lightbites   No comments

Annalisa Brambilla Photographer The more pictures I look at, the less I am able to say why I feel attracted to some images. Sometimes the answer is not so much

Mimi Mollica

  15.08.2019   Gyuri   Lightbites   No comments

Mimi Mollica Photographer GL: Your pictures from Dakar are currently on display at the Somerset House in London. When I saw them I sensed a mixture of immediacy and formal

Daniella Zalcman

  13.08.2019   Gyuri   Lightbites   No comments

Daniella Zalcman Photographer Our lives are surrounded, flooded by images. All of these images have an impact on us, but only a few of them register consciously and give you

Bruno Bourel

  13.08.2019   Gyuri   Lightbites   No comments

Bruno Bourel Photographer GL: Any image is a record of two roads crossing: the person behind camera walks onto the path of the person in front of it. How did

Sébastien Van Malleghem

  10.08.2019   Gyuri   Lightbites   No comments

Sébastien Van Malleghem Photographer I have already talked about how sometimes I look at an image but instead of the photo, I see a wider shot of the photographer with

Anders Petersen

  8.08.2019   Gyuri   Lightbites   No comments

Anders Petersen Photographer As I am sitting down to edit our conversation with Anders Petersen, I realize that it turned out to be much briefer than what I was hoping