The exhibitor Kis Sándor is engaged in photography less than five years. In the beginning, like the beginner photographers usually do, he was interested in any topic. He found his favourite topic, macro photography just two years ago. He was seeking the field where he can perform the best, thus he found focus stacking. The photos of the insects on the exhibition are created with this technique. During the exposition the focal plane is shifted by a hundredth or thousandth of a millimeter, hence a photo of an insect takes about fourty to fifty photo layers. These photos that require exceptional patience depict the most characteristic parts of the insects in an aesthetical yet spectacular composition.
curator: András Máthé