Nicoleta is a very charismatic photographer with over 11 years experience, she worked internationally in Paris, Milan, New York, London and Madrid. She is at the same time a sociologist (which is a very good tool to adapt to different cultures, she speaks 5 languages and loves her profession. Nicoleta is fun, empathetic, very to good adapting to new situations and she is always very eager to help. She knows how to make her models feel at ease and have a great time while posing. The result is always spectacular.
There's a great satisfaction when I see the happines in the eyes of of my models when they see their portraits, the acceptance, the gratitude..It's amazing, the best reward.
What types of shoots have you done and how did you make them special?
Communication is always the key, before any session I dedicate at least 15 minutes to know my client, understand them, their needs, their character, their expectation and even fears. I think knowing some psychology is absolutely necessarily in order to connect with the model and get their real essence. I've done many types of photography and in every one there are different methods to create a special result: in real estate photography I always take care about the lightening and all the details in order to create the best mood, in portrait I connect with my models so as they feel more than comfortable and give me their best look, in family portraits I always speak and make jokes with all the members of the family, the kids especially, make them interact with each other, I suggest them to tickle one another, etc. If there is a couple I always have my tricks to make them have a lot of fun and feel free to show their love.
Awards, honors, and recognitions received
Best wedding photographer of the year 2020 Madrid, Spain Best photography exhibition - "Dis-connection" 2018 Madrid, Spain Best portrait with the theme "Black and white" 2017 Bucharest II prize in HIM Switzerland, "Family" 2014
A fun fact about this photographer
I love to read all the news in photography and sometimes I do it in the street while getting from one job to another. Once I've stumbled and I've torn my trousers, had to by a new pair because I could't go to my job like that, thank goodness I always take enough time in order to be punctual so there was no problem except a small injury in my knee:)