When I started taking photos...

wahaviBlog - Viktor Wallon-Hars

At the age of 10 I got a simple camera, with which I managed to create some good compositions. However I remember when we climbed up the Schneeberg mountain in the Alps, and saw some chamois just 2 or 3 meters away, made some really unique photos of them. At least I thought so. But when I wanted to roll back the film, it turned out to be stuck right from the start... Here are three of my best photos made at the age of 10.


Later I got a Praktica SLR camera, which I loved so much. It was so professional looking.


The digital era brought back my enthusiasm for photography. For some time I relied upon my instincts, when I realized that to get beyond the basics I had to learn from a much more educated photographer. I did it, and to my greatest surprise, I started to be more and more conscious when taking photos, it was not just snapshots any more, but compositions.

I thought it was not enough for me to collect some Likes on Facebook, I wanted a kind of long-term usage for my images. One of my good friends told me about stock photography, so I thought it deserves a try. I registered to the big ones, like Adobe, Dreamstime, Eyeem, Getty Images (iStock) and last but not least Alamy.

Stock photography is a special field inside art. The ones who do it on a high level will survive. In wahaviBlog I will talk about a lot of things about this topic. Come with me!

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Images in the post
Baja, Hungary, ca. 1980
Sárvár, Hungary, ca. 1980
Sárvár, Hungary, ca. 1980
Medieval arches, Sopron
Water lily
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Viktor Wallon-Hars

I started my adult life as a kindergarten teacher, but later I turned towards being self-employed. I have been developing websites for several years now, and photography became my side job as a stock photographer. My experience in making websites, and also photography itself were a great help to launch wahaviBlog, the bilingual blog that deals mainly with stock photography, and photography basics.