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Meet Sarolta Ban, a 27 years old female artist from Budapest, Hungary. It may be hard to believe, but all she has is a 5 megapixel point-and-shoot camera FinePix S5600 and photoshop.

When we asked her to tell a little bit about herself, she replied, “I’m not so good in talking about myself.. I prefer the pictures ‘talk’”

So let’s listen to her, and jump to her fabulous surreal photo manipulations. Enjoy!

Flickr: mindazonaltal

(All Images are ©Sarolta Ban)

Photo Manipulations by Sarolta Ban (PART II)

What do you think?

  • Rick. W.

    Somebody buy her a used d90!! Just kidding. Damn, and I have a wonderful 12 megapixel camera, and can’t do anything even close to that.

  • andrey

    She proves what I’ve been always telling everyone – you don’t need the best gear to make the best art. Just look at her.. 5 Mpix… ! 99% would never even start doing anything with such kind of camera these days thinking they need better equipment.

  • weasel

    I’ve just installed photohop:) I hope one day I could do something like her art:)

  • dave m.

    love your images super imagination . dave m.

  • Michael.

    What I love about these isn’t even the skill level with CS5, I use it professionally every day, to accomplish most of these cutout is not terribly difficult.  It’s not the technical… it’s the sheer imagination and seeing to the end of the project conceptualization that makes me so wowed by them.. I could put each of these images together in a few hours… but I’m not sure that I would have the idea…  they are really really genius, and I spend full days with digital art for a living.

  • http://twitter.com/voxie Rhoda Villegas

    Just… in awe. Thank you Demilked for sharing!