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LONDON WEDDING PHOTOGRAPHER

London wedding photographer, based in Gipsy Hill, Crystal Palace: studied Management at Economics Academy of Bucharest, but after that I considered it wasn’t one of my goals in life. So I’ve decided to find my path going to study Journalism at Valachia Univerisity of Targoviste. That’s all I wanted since I was a child. Passionate storytelling, I have worked for some Romanian media companies and in the same time I have managed several blogs. Meanwhile I met some quality people and I started to get involved in two online gaming projects. In late 2009, I met Gabriela (my partener since then) and once I met her I found my passion for photography. In early 2010, I grabbed the first professional camera and since then I have not let it go. My goal is to present you the best story you can have! Nice to meet you my friends!

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marius tudor Archives | Marius Tudor - London Wedding Photographer based in Gipsy Hill, Crystal Palace

POOJA & CHANDAN | Manor of Groves, High Wych
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POOJA & CHANDAN | Manor of Groves, High Wych

Indian Wedding Photographer I developed a strong passion to photograph Indian Weddings because of the mix of customs, rituals, beautiful people and vibrant colors. Photographing a Gujarati Indian Wedding is never easy. During the wedding day you have to pay attention all the time because something may happen around you.Manor of Groves Wedding Photographer I left London early in the morning to reach the final...

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The Now Collectives 2017, a big step forward for the Nigerian wedding photography industry
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The Now Collectives 2017, a big step forward for the Nigerian wedding photography industry

I wrote on my last post about the reasons why I attend conferences and workshops. This post is about my last trip to Nigeria, where I was invited, along with my partner Gabriela, to speak about our wedding photography approach, about how we build the story for the client and what we take into consideration when we put together the final story. There are four main reasons I went to Nigeria to be on The Now Collectives 2017'...

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La Dolce Vita: Egadi Wedding & Glamour 2016
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La Dolce Vita: Egadi Wedding & Glamour 2016

It has been a while since I've posted a story on my blog, but few days ago I felt like the time had come. I have so many stories on the list and its my goal for this year is to present to you as many as I can. My life is gravitating more towards photography everyday: I photograph between 25 and 40 weddings a year, I shoot on the streets daily (sometimes with my camera, but most of the time I use my Iphone), I attend...

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LADE & BODE | Hylands Estate Chelmsford Essex
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LADE & BODE | Hylands Estate Chelmsford Essex

Six years ago, when I've decided to quit my daily jobs and become a full time wedding photographer, it did not even crossed my mind that one day I will get to shoot a Nigerian wedding. In February 2015 I meet Segun Olotu, a great Nigerian wedding photographer based in London and he invited us (me and Gabriela) to shoot a Nigerian wedding together in London. Of course we said yes and we've booked tickets to London. When...

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RUBY & DIPO | Grosvenor House London
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RUBY & DIPO | Grosvenor House London

This is my second Nigerian wedding experience in London after Lade and Bode's wedding thanks to my friends Segun Olotu and Jide Alakija. It was a fabulous wedding which I will never forget. Actually, Nigerian weddings are full of joy, fun and their parties, Oh my God, the Nigerian parties are something hard to explain. It's like an explosion of dance moves and colors. But lets get back, I started the day shooting the boys as...

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ONCE YOU LEAVE LAGOS YOU WANT TO GO BACK (Part II) | Street photography in Lagos, Nigeria
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ONCE YOU LEAVE LAGOS YOU WANT TO GO BACK (Part II) | Street photography in Lagos, Nigeria

Maybe one of my awesome travel experiences of the last years was my first trip to Nigeria. I've already posted some of my images taken in Lagos few months ago. You can re-watch the blogpost here. I was invited by my very good friend (black brother from another mother - as we joke sometimes) Segun Olotu, a great documentary, street and wedding photographer born in Nigeria but based in London, United Kingdom. Some of his...

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STREET PHOTOGRAPHY IN BARCELONA | Spain
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STREET PHOTOGRAPHY IN BARCELONA | Spain

Last year I've been to Barcelona for an engagement session. As I always want to stay more, I spent 5 beautiful days there.I loved (besides visiting their most famous places Sagrada Familia, Montjuic, Guell Park, Las Ramblas and others) their Mediterranean food, Sangria and walking on the streets of the Old City. I landed there one day before the Spain National Day, known as the Hispanic Day also so that's why you'll see...

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ELENA & ANDREI | Popeci Manor

We've been taking pictures for this group of friends since 2012 and we knew how their weddings will look like. We knew the most important keywords (which are FUN & CRAZY), we knew they like to party a lot and we knew they're always choosing beautiful places for their events (far away from the big city noise). Raluca and Auras had their crazy party in a very quiet and beautiful place near the Danube River and if I am...

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THE FIRST ADVENTURE OF A ROMANIAN WOMEN BASKETBALL TEAM IN EUROLEAGUE | Targoviste, Romania
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THE FIRST ADVENTURE OF A ROMANIAN WOMEN BASKETBALL TEAM IN EUROLEAGUE | Targoviste, Romania

CSM Targoviste is the only romanian women basketball team that ever played in the highest professional basketball league in Europe for women’s clubs, Euroleague. Proud of having and seeing my hometown team playing against the best of the best I didn't miss the chance to photograph their european adventure that started home on the 24th of october 2012 with a match that was decided 5 seconds before the final whistle by...

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ONE NIGHT AT "LA BEC" VAMA VECHE | Romania
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ONE NIGHT AT "LA BEC" VAMA VECHE | Romania

I have no words to describe Vama Veche, but I will write down some paragraphs I've found in a confession of a nomad:And yes, I’ll still decline even if you then explain that we would ride for three and a half hours in that car, heading to a small town on the Black Sea coast, where we would arrive, grab something quick to eat and then proceed to party all night long at bars and clubs on an overcrowded beach before...

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