Are you planning a short-notice, small wedding or elopement?

WEDDING PHOTOGRAPHY STUDIOS ARE OPEN - Many couples don’t want to wait. They are planning to get married in the very near future, eloping, or rushing a small ceremony with their photographer, some close friends, and family but dispensing with or postponing the reception party. 

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Italy elopement and wedding reportage photography by Arturs Sulainis of SulainisArt Photography & Videography
850+ (EUR)

Arturs Sulainis

SulainisArt Photography & Videography
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I’ve loved photography since an early age. Since I started to photograph as a teenager, with old Kodaks, I have been focusing on landscapes, as I love to travel and enjoy the outdoors and nature a lot. In my early 20’s I felt like changing my approach, as I needed some different subject to capture, so I moved towards Portrait Photography. With my experience in Landscapes, I found myself falling in love with Environmental Portraiture as it also develops Reportage skills. But not long after that, I felt like I was still missing something. I was already telling the stories, but I wanted to focus on emotions like: Love and Happiness, I wanted to describe the stories of Relationships, of Emotions and Feelings between two people, a loving couple. So, as you can already tell, this is how I became a Wedding Photographer. For some years I was working as a second photographer on weddings with photographers I consider my “Gurus” and Masters of Wedding Photography, in countries like Ireland, Poland and Switzerland. Not to mention several Workshops and Masterclasses (lately online also). It is the seventh year now that I'm working by myself, as a full-time professional Wedding Photographer, in other words: It is seven years that I’m living my Dream! Today, I’m proud to say that the only addiction which I have is Photography, dreaming about my next Wedding to shoot and have this boost of satisfaction while delivering my pictures to newlywed couples! The key to success in wedding photography, in my opinion, is: Have a Vision, know your Skills (learn and improve constantly) and Tools, build your Experience and Confidence and lastly - Enjoy your Work, as long as it collides with your passion - You have won the life! Oh, lastly, I am living and working at one of the most beautiful and romantic places on Earth - Tuscany - sometimes I ask myself how lucky I am to have this environment and all this love to shoot!

6 Diamond Awards for Engagement Portraits