Konstantin is a full time professional wedding photographer based in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada. His style can be described as a marriage of vintage glamour and modern fashion. He has the ability to bring out the best in every person, whether he is shooting a wedding, a portrait or a glamour session. He perfected his craft under the guidance of such photography masters as Jerry Ghionis and Sal Cincotta. Konstantin is looking forward to photographing your wedding, portrait, fashion or special event anywhere in Canada. "Konstantin was wonderful, very professional and helpful. We had a small little wedding in Queen Elizabeth park and he helped us create the most beautiful pictures. We were very happy and would definitely recommend working with him!" -Helga (Vancouver, Canada) "This guy has a flair for scouting out interesting locations, and works the light to great effect in capturing the "essence" of his subjects. He was a lot of fun to work with, and I am so happy with the results. Do yourself a favour and check him out!" "He has always been quick, professional and helpful! Being behind the camera can be a bit stressful for some, but Konstantin makes it easy and very comfortable. Always a pleasure to work with and highly recommended" "Konstantin has taken various photos of me and I love them all!! No really, you don't understand. I am not a very photogenic person and I usually don't like my photos. Every one that Konstantin has taken of me I have liked. He knows his angles, his lighting and really pays attention to the details." "He was extremely professional and took some amazing pictures. He seems to know and has the vision and experience to capture very small moments. We found that to be a rarity among other photographers that we researched. We highly recommend him and plan to use his services for other occasions." "His photography is like no other - capturing personal emotion and a sense of "being there" intimately. His unique sense of intimacy gives each photograph a magic quality that reminds you of what you were you feeling at the time the picture was taken."