Romania Wedding Photographers

Wedding Photographers of Romania, Europe

Bucharest, Constanta, Cluj-Napoca, Timisoara, Iasi, Brasov, Craiova, Ploiesti, Galati, Oradea

A documentary-style Romania wedding photographer from the WPJA will capture candid moments that help to tell your wedding story. Meet the accredited member photographers of the Romania Wedding Photojournalist Association.

Map of Wedding Photojournalists Serving Romania Couples

9 Documentary Wedding Photographers...

Bucharest wedding photography by Petrica Tanase - Romania

After 14 years as a photojournalist, working with and for national newspapers and photo agencies, I found wedding photography as a way of life and the most challenging job a photographer can have. When this turned into a family adventure shooting alongside my better half I knew this is the dream job. 11 years down the road I still love every moment of it. [Bucharest Wedding Photographer]

Starting Price:
1300 (EUR)
Cristina Tanase is a wedding photographer from Romania and Bucharest.

I'm a wedding photographer, moment junkie and friendly person. i'm addicted to real smiles, happy tears and all the moments that makes a wedding day such a wonderful carousel. Wedding photography it's not my job, it's my choice, my playground and would not trade it for anything. [Bucharest Wedding Photographer]

Starting Price:
1600 (EUR)
David Robert has a Bachelor Degree in Photography and shoots weddings in Romania.

Hi, I'm Robert David and I am a professional wedding photographer. I began my journey in photography in 2001, when I got my first Photographic Techniques diploma. In 2005 I went on to earn my Bachelor Degree in Photography from the Bucharest Hyperion College of Arts. As a professional photographer, I have gained important experience in several fields, including advertising, interior design and object photography, portraits and photojournalism, but wedding photography remains my biggest infatuation. My wedding photography style is best described as contemporary, inventive and fun, much like in photojournalism. I choose to let the events of the day develop naturally and just be prepared to capture them as they happen. I believe that the best way to tell the genuine story of a wedding is to stay in the background as a quiet bystander, waiting to capture those unique, natural moments that create surprising, compelling images. To better understand my philosophy, I invite you to check out my portfolio. [Bucharest Wedding Photographer]

Starting Price:
1000 (EUR)
Romania and Bucharest wedding photography by Mihai Zaharia

I am Mihai, professional wedding photographer since 2011. I love shooting authentic images, candid shots that capture real moments as they occur naturally throughout the day. These images are my main focus when shooting weddings. And I strongly believe they are the most important and the most relevant images from a wedding. I will never stage or alter anything during the wedding day. I also try and be as unintrusive as possible. Although I'm not “a fly on the wall” - I tend to stay in the middle of the action, working close to people with my wide angle lens. [Bucharest Wedding Photographer]

Starting Price:
1300 (EUR)
Bucharest based wedding photographer,  Vlad Lodoaba.

I was born in 1983 in the western Romanian city of Timisoara. In the eighth grade I started taking pictures with a film camera, developed in my mom’s bathroom. I don’t know if I had any talent or a special calling, but having a hobby gave me self-confidence and an optimistic attitude (for an introvert). However, I didn’t follow through with it right away, as I was still dreaming I could change the world. I spent the next few years going back and forth between studying abroad and coming back home to work in journalism and public administration. Looking back introspectively, my choices don’t seem that random and it seems to me I was always drawn to the observer-reformer role (as someone who notices unfairness in society when very young can hardly stay indifferent to the urge to change things). Perhaps it’s the same thing that drives my passion for photography. Fortunately, throughout these years, I kept my camera close. When I was studying in the US, I worked as a photographer and photo editor for the college newspaper. I then returned to Timisoara where I photographed football hooligans, street fights and small time local crooks. It was fun, but you can’t live with your parents and chase your dreams forever. Being a photojournalist in a one horse town was becoming an expensive hobby. In 2009 when I was in London studying for a postgrad in public administration, I had the chance to take photos at the G20 summit. I came back home once again to find more and more of my friends getting married. Of course, I took my camera at their weddings, just for fun. But they were so pleased with my photos that they encouraged me to do this professionally. I started the business in 2012. For the next 3 years I also had a “day job” delivering training courses, recruiting other trainers and coordinating the IT systems for a language school. And during the weekends I photographed weddings. It was a time when we thought we wouldn’t make it, but we did. I began shooting more and more weddings, at first in Romania, then in Italy, France, England, Switzerland or Greece. I’m still grateful to all those who trusted me. Now I collect vibes. I look for photo projects that enrich the soul and have the potential to make the viewer resonate with the images and subjects. [Bucharest Wedding Photographer]

Starting Price:
1500 (EUR)
Portrait of Sofia wedding photographer Tsvetelina Deliyska, of Bulgaria

My name is Tsvetelina Deliyska and I was born in 1983 in Sofia, Bulgaria. In 2002 I graduated from the National School of Art and Photography, specializing in fine arts photography. While studying I began practicing as a freelance wedding photographer. I shot my first film wedding in 2000. The only memory I have of that day is that unexpectedly I was paid for the job well done! In 2007 I met my future husband, Peter, with whom we formed together one of the leading studios for artistic wedding photography in Bulgaria. I constantly develop and improve my skills and knowledge in the field of photography by visiting and organizing a number of international schools and seminars for wedding photographers, my photographs have been awarded in international competitions, I have participated in several exhibitions, the last one independent. I am a lucky person because my job is also my hobby. I am experiencing every moment with the couples standing in front of my lens, crying and laughing with them, and enjoying to make them happy. I like to tell stories that do not need words! [Sofia Wedding Photographer]

Starting Price:
1500 (EUR)
Budapest wedding photography by Tunde Koncsol of Hungary
Starting Price:
1850 (EUR)
London wedding photography by Gyula Lovaszi, of England, United Kingdom
Starting Price:
1000 (GBP)
Marius Arnautu Wedding Photographer in Dubai
Starting Price:
2000 (USD)
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The start of the great divide between the sexes can be witnessed a lot earlier in life than most believe. Girls and boys participating in weddings around the world demonstrate this time and time again. Frequently, little girls will relish the opportunity to dress up in their finest, while the boys do so begrudgingly, kicking and screaming all the way to the altar, so to speak. However, it doesn’t take long before that divide is bridged, and children are children again, with neither girls nor...Read more