PHOTODESIGN

de·sign /dɪˈzaɪn/ verb [with obj. and infinitive]

do or plan (something) with a special purpose or intention in mind :
Photography is designed to communicate.

pho·to·de·sign /ˈfəʊ.təʊ dɪˈzaɪn/ noun

an artistic position intended to assist brand communication,
using the power of truthfulness and the ability of photography to evoke emotions.
(Daniel Horvath)

Simple, Quick, Efficient. Ask for prices.

 

BIOGRAPHY

Daniel HORVATH is a specialist in advertising, still life, food&drink and architectural photography, mainly focusing on big brand advertising and studio stills photography. Daniel’s clients are major brands and advertising agencies in Hungary, but he also has extensive international experience (references available on request). His studio in downtown Budapest is also well equipped for creative retouch tasks. Daniel is best known for his high precision imaging along with vast abilities in the digital realm.

<<     Since 2000 Freelance photo designer specialized in advertising, liquids, objects, architecture and studio stills photography
<>     2007 Guest photographer and Studio Manager in Auckland, New Zealand

>>     Until 2002 University demonstrator at Moholy-Nagy University of Arts and Design, Budapest (MOME)
<>     2000 MA degree graduation as visual communication designer with photography major at MOME
<>     1998 ESL language school in North Carolina, USA
<>     1996 Photography guest student at Film Academy FAMU, Prague, Czech Republic
<<     From 1995 to 2000 University studies at MOME
>>     Until 1995 Studio and laboratory assistant at MOME
<>     1993 Drawing, painting and art studies in Amsterdam, NL
>>     From 1991 to 1993 Basic studies as photographer and optician

Hungarian native, fluent in English and in French.