Photographer in Tokyo | Cristian Bucur

Cristian Bucur, Tokyo Portrait Photographer: Preserving Your Cherished Moments in the Portraits You Deserve

Want quality photographs to preserve your cherished memories but hate the way you look in pictures? Even after 100s of shots of your child, you still can’t get that 1 shot that perfectly captures that fleeting moment? My experience as a portrait photographer shooting a variety of portraits, from families and athletes to corporate events and pets, ensures you’ll get the shot you want…and you’ll enjoy the experience. 

I want some memorable photos, but I always look awkward in pictures – can a portrait photographer help?

Being camera shy can make it difficult to look natural in pictures. Even I prefer being behind the camera to being in front of it. Yet, many of my clients have commented on how comfortable they’ve felt during their sessions. Don’t take my word for it. Here’s what they said:

  • “Cristian is an amazing person, any photoshoot with him feels like a walk in the park with a friend I haven’t seen in a long time. Cristian is the first photographer that made my family feel comfortable in front of the camera.” ~ Cathy, from Romania
  • “I usually feel very awkward with others taking photos of me – this was NOT the case with Cristian. He made me feel relaxed and comfortable and took some amazing photos. Some of the pictures, I felt like he really captured a side of me that most people don’t understand or see…working with Cristian was more like catching up with an old friend. “ ~ Kareece, from Australia
  • “He managed to make my boyfriend relax for some couple photos and the result turned out so well.” ~ Amber, from France
  • “Everything was great. Pictures were amazing and even with it being a baby, seemed effortless for us due to his skills and professionalism.” ~ Brent, from USA



Putting you at ease makes it easier for your natural character to emerge. This allows your portrait photographer to capture the stunning portraits you’re seeking.

A portrait is not made on the camera but on either side of it.

Edward Steichen