Enis Yücel

Editorial, Humanitarian & Portrait Photographer

I am a freelance, editorial photographer, documenting stories which reflect the human condition.

I’ve been pursuing photography as a career for more than ten years and it’s been an incredible journey thus far.  I prefer to work on the humanitarian and social topics as well as doing commercial assignments and editorial works. My passion is photographing the world’s culture, places  and people focusing on the social themes and creating awareness on certain issues. Trying to focus on my vision and developing personal projects  while doing commissioned works and organizing international and local photo tours and photography workshops. I have done assignments for international NGOs, corporate companies such as Conde Naste, Bayer Chemicals Magazine, Singapore Airlines, Silverkris Inflight MagazineGoethe Institute

My job is to faithfully depict these diverse themes whilst preserving respect and empathy for the subjects and people I photograph.

Bangladesh, Rohingya Refugee Camp
I often work with NGOs, helping to illustrate the impact of health, infrastructure, environmental, gender and educational programmes.

If you are willing to work with me or to joining my workshops please do not hesitate to say ‘hi’ and let’s discuss how we can collaborate. If you are willing to work with me or to joining my workshops please do not hesitate to say ‘hi’ and let’s discuss how we can collaborate.  Currently based in Istanbul & Kiev.

How Can I Help You?

If you’re looking to discuss a photo shoot, engagement or assignment work related to any topic, please drop me an email  by using  Connect Me button below.

If you just want to look at my photography works here is my portfolio.

Photographer Bio, Enis Yücel Photography

Enis Yücel

Editorial, Humanitarian & Portrait Photographer

I am a freelance, editorial photographer, documenting stories which reflect the human condition.

I’ve been pursuing photography as a career for more than ten years and it’s been an incredible journey thus far.  I prefer to work on the humanitarian and social topics as well as doing commercial assignments and editorial works. My passion is photographing the world’s culture, places  and people focusing on the social themes and creating awareness on certain issues.

I have done assignments for international NGOs, corporate companies such as Conde Naste, Bayer Chemicals Magazine, Singapore Airlines, Silverkris Inflight MagazineGoethe Institute

Trying to focus on my vision and developing personal projects  while doing commissioned works and organizing international and local photo tours and photography workshops.T

My job is to faithfully depict these diverse themes whilst preserving respect and empathy for the subjects and people I photograph.

If you are willing to work with me or to joining my workshops please do not hesitate to say ‘hi’ and let’s discuss how we can collaborate. If you are willing to work with me or to joining my workshops please do not hesitate to say ‘hi’ and let’s discuss how we can collaborate. Currently based in Istanbul & Kiev.

How Can I Help YOu

If you’re looking to discuss a photo shoot, engagement or assignment work related to any topic, please drop me an email  by using Connect Me button below. If you just want to look at my photography works here is my portfolio.
Kids are always curious about everything.
These sweet monsters are analyzing my images for critique.
Bangladesh, Rohingya Refugee Camp
Bangladesh, Rohingya Refugee Camp
I often work with NGOs, helping to illustrate the impact of health, infrastructure, environmental, gender and educational programmes.
Photographer Bio, Enis Yücel Photography
Working on printed images before an exhibition held in Ankara for Social Cohesion - Refugees Symposion

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