Hello, I am Eva. A photographer of emotions and fragile moments of joy. Based in Prague, working in Europe. I combine an analogue and a digital camera.

I am passionate about capturing moments of your life and turning them into precious mementoes. These once-in-a-lifetime images are treasures that you will want to share with your children and, quite possibly, grandchildren. I would be honored to capture them for you.

Listening sincerely to your wishes and ideas I am always focused and flexible. Staying in a calming presence during our photo sessions is my great strength.


I can help you with

Wedding


Capturing your dreamy day in an elegant way. With a sense of tenderness and empathy. I can create images that are treasures for beloved ones.

Wedding


Capturing your dreamy day in an elegant way. With a sense of tenderness and empathy. I can create images that are treasures for beloved ones.

meet the person behind the lens

I am Eva Neuman. Nice to meet you.

I have a talent for calmly observing people’s lives and capturing their big moments. I can turn them into priceless images through my lens.
I switched careers to full-time photography ten years ago from project manager position to be more connected with my strengths.

I am also the mom of three beautiful crazy little kids living in charming Prague, in the heart of Europe.
Besides of English, I can speak Spanish and basics in German. I am available in CZ&EU.

Let's create something unique together.

Testimonials
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Kristyna & Radim

Evka is definitely more than "just" a photographer. Eva is an incredibly empathetic person and can always sense what and how is expected of her. At the same time she is fully in control. We also appreciate the pre-wedding photo shoot where all the stress was gone and the photo shoot during the wedding day itself was very relaxed. We just already knew what we were getting into :). Eva's photos are simply beautiful and, above all, capture the emotions of our day.
Thank you from our hearth.

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"It is only with the heart that one can see rightly; what is essential is invisible to the eye."

—Antoine de Saint-Exupery

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