Piotr Spigiel - wedding, commercial and portrait photographer and filmmaker. Member of Wedding Photojournalist Association (WPJA).

Graduated from Photography and Multimedia faculty at Fine Arts Academy in Wrocław, Poland and École supérieure des arts Saint-Luc in Liège, Belgium.
Speaks fluent English & Polish, as well as Spanish, French & German at a communicative level.

Loves traveling and discovering new cultures, old b&w movies, dining with friends, his bicycle, mountains, snowboard and yoga:)
tel. + 48 500 14 88 73

Lives in Wroclaw, but works worldwide - especially in Italy (Tuscany, Rome, Puglia), France, Spain, Belgium, Germany & UK.
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Do you travel to work (eg. for weddings)?
Yes, I love to travel, and I will go anywhere in the world to share my passion of photography with you.
Where can I find your offer?
Send me an email and I'll send it to you. For wedding inquiries don't forget to specify the date and place of your ceremony. I'd love to hear something more about your big day as well.
How do we book the date?
The date is booked upon signing a contract and receipt of a deposit.
When will we see the photographs?
The deadline is stated for 3 months, but usually it takes me about 1-2 months time to select, retouch and print the photos.
Can I print the pictures I get from you?
Yes, you will get all the pictures in high resolution without watermarks ready to do prints in big sizes.
Can I buy a photobook with my photos?
Yes, you can additionally purchase a photobook designed by me, printed on high-quality photographic paper and bound in an elegant cover.
How can I buy a print of your artistic photos?
Save the selected photo(s) to your desktop and send me an e-mail with it, stating a desired size, I'll get back to you with price and shipping cost.
Each print is printed on high-quality photographic paper and comes from a limited series with signed certificate.
How much does a printed photography cost?

Small prints (20x30cm / A4) – 50 euro
Medium prints (30x40cm / A3) – 75 euro
Large prints (40X60cm / A2) – 100 euro