My Sunshine Photography studio has been operating since 1989 in Cyprus, in Famagusta. Since then, for almost three decades, we have enjoyed your personal moments together, with your dearest friends and family (your sunshine) and the most important events of your life, capturing the vitality, the emotion and the figures of every precious moment.
Past & Present
The renewed name "My Sunshine" gives great importance to your own sunshine, sunshine or light that may be the man or woman of your life, your child or any person with whom you will trust imaging and immortality of your moments to us.
We are a team that combines the thirty years of experience in the field of photography and video, with the new, renewed generation enriched with ideas, new techniques and creations
The services of My Sunshine Photography focus not only on the impeccable technical support of the client but on the organization, on the particular psychological support and importance that each individual person who celebrates one of the most beautiful moments of his/hers life, so that he can feel beautiful in every snapshot of the day.
Our philosophy is that beyond the stress of the event, the protagonists in a marriage or a baptism must be overwhelmed with feelings to enjoy that day as much as possible. The mood and behavior in our profession is one of the most important elements, so our concern in every photographic dash is to create a pleasant atmosphere for every occasion.
The photo is the recording of a real image or figure, so we try to co-operate with each model to bring the desired effect to colors, composition, emotion, aesthetics, etc. We use full professional equipment in both photography and video. Our team consists of 2 to 6 people, depending on the expectations of each cover.
What I do
Why do we do it? I think we all ask ourselves this question, especially as the industry becomes ever more volatile, with colleagues losing their jobs, and even their lives, more often than many of us ever expected when we went into this profession. Not to mention the steeply declining pay for those of us who manage to eke out a living doing editorial work… But for me, it comes down to the people in my photographs.