Creating lifelong memories of once in a lifetime moments 

What clients have to say

Shmuel did a beautiful job with my wedding photos!! He was calm and patient and flexible! He completely understood what I needed in a photographer! The pictures are so gorgeous.

S. Yakhin, Jerusalem, Israel

I was more emotional looking through the pictures than I was at the

actual Bar Mitzva

You really captured it on a totally different level. 

M. Sabin , RBS G, Israel

We used ShmuelShots photography for a Bar Mitzvah event, and the outcome was amazing. Shmuel was almost 'invisible' during the event' yet was capturing every moment.

Y. Shofnes, Neve Michael, Israel

Frequently asked questions

Do you do magnet photography?

I work with other photographers who do magnets at the event and I offer various print options including magnets

What do your wedding photography packages include?

We offer flexible packages and options according to your budget. Our basic package includes full stills photography for the whole day of the wedding, all digital photos professionally edited and a set of albums. Beyond that we offer magnets photography, complete videography and for select dates livestream video as well.

What does your base price include?

The base price includes unlimited stills photography and all the digital pictures professionally edited and in high quality. Beyond that we offer video, magnet services and a large variety of prints including albums, canvases, and magnets.

How much does an album cost?

A set of wedding albums (2 for each set of parents and 1 large one for the couple) starts at 1,000 NIS depending on amount of images selected and album style. Bar Mitzvah/Bat Mitzvah digital albums start at 450 NIS.

In how long can I expect to receive my pictures?

All digital files are sent out within 4 weeks from the event date after being professionally edited.

Where are you located?

I'm based in Ramat Beit Shemesh, Israel but im available for hire throught the country. I've done photoshoots from the Golan Heights in the north all the way down to Mitzpe Ramon in the south.

Have any more questions? Feel free to contact me