Zoltán Fényfestö
Zoltán Fényfestö is a Fort Lauderdale, FL-based photographer offering individuals, and local businesses, quality and one-of-a-kind photographs that sell their image, product and services. Specializing in Portraiture, Fine-Art, and composite images; his work is sometimes abstract and hyper-realistic; and with a touch of humor. Fényfestö started photographing at an early age, developing his own B&W images. Ever since he has been involved with the craft, on and off. in 2015 he received an EMMY nomination for his documentary work related to portraying the homeless. Fényfestö also teaches photography workshops for those interested in getting started in the craft.
Zoltán Fényfestö is a pseudonym for Huba Rostonics.

Artist's Statement

"A poem is never finished, only abandoned"
- Paul Valery
"Art consists of limitation. The most beautiful part of every picture is the frame"
- Gilbert Chesterton
I never stop at merely capturing what the lens focuses on, I strive for telling a story in a single frame, and creating the illusion of being there.
When I am shooting for myself, photography becomes a form of self-expression, a way of letting the soul get out to play with light, and then getting it caught again, in an image. I am most successful when the emotional state I was in when I took the picture "leaks" into the image and can eventually be felt by the viewer.
Painfully self-taught and self-financed. Believer of the art and armchair philosopher.