Cristina is a self-taught fine-art photographer from Botosani, Romania. Her intelligent use of digital manipulation and multi-layered images creates beautiful illustrative compositions. Her series Mystical Places presents a world without limits, places where everything is possible. Cristina has won many photography competitions including PWP’s 37th Anniversary International, Shoot The Face International Portrait Photography Award, One Eyeland Photography Awards and many more. Read more…
I was selected to take part in a group exhibition In Gezira Art Center in Cairo, Egypt. My work will be shown among the work of 27 other professional photographers from 20 countries. The opening will be held on 12th February 2014
I am the Winner of the December 2013 Shoot The Face Award!
Shoot The Face is an International Portrait Photography Award that was designed to acknowledge, expose, inspire, and reward talented photographers around the globe.
Incredible work, it is a stunning image. We have been huge fans of your work since you started entering, it is so instantly recognisable. Beautiful.
I’m so glad to be here !
International Photography Awards 2013 – Top Country Pick (second place)
IPA’s 2013 Top Country Picks have been released and are available to view: http://tinyurl.com/kwr2bz6
Am placerea de a va invita la vernisajul expozitiei de fotografie Versus dar Impreuna, la Negresti Oas, sambata, 30 noiembrie , la ora 17.
Expozitia se va desfasura in spatiul expozitional al Muzeului Tarii Oasului, in galeria Dr. Pop Mihai.
In acest an lucrarile sunt semnate de: Alecsandra Raluca Drăgoi, Anca M. Cernoschi, Bogdan Petrovan, Cristian Munteanu, Cristina Ţintă, Cristina Venedict, Gabriel T. Balanescu, Gina Buliga, Hajdu Tamás, Luiza Boldeanu, Moldovan Marin, Marius Vasiliu, Marius Grozea, Petrut Calinescu, Silviu Ghetie, Sorin Vidis, Tatiana Volontir, Olah Laszlo-Tibor, Vasile Dorolti
Organizatori: Moldovan Emilian , Komaromi Romeo , Remus Tiplea”
I’m very excited to be finalist for Professional Photographer of the Year 2013, in the category of “Weddings”, for the image above, which is part of my unknown fears project.
See the Professional Photographer of the Year finalist’s here
I entered the world of photography and of the magic lens at a time when the real world, the world I was living in, didn’t offer me the freedom I needed. I had taken my degree, I was a psychologist and I felt like I wasn’t really myself, like that world wasn’t mine… And then, there’s that phrase: “Ask and you shall receive” – it worked for me.