Arthur Bulota

Lithuania
BIOGRAPHY

I have a passion for perfect moments caught on camera - speaking about photography, aesthetics that come together with emotions are my holy grail. Coming from an advertising and art direction background I decided to stick with the documentary genre. Most of the first 10 000 shots I took went into the recycling bin, but the knowledge and the deep thought of what is perfect was born. I feel that photography is the most straight forward way of communication. With every shot I'm trying to bring out all of it and sometimes even more, the hidden part from the artist, the scenery or something happened by accident. Please enjoy.

My contribution covers many different areas from music, creative industries, management, psychology and marketing to photography, which is one of the biggest passions today: 2015 spring I was selected to contribute as an official FUJIFILM X photographer. Currently, I'm is running ADVISION, a 20+ people advertising agency and Talent Garden Kaunas, the first creative coworking space in Kaunas (Lithuania), which I founded in early 2014.

From 2006 I was working with the biggest brands in the Baltics and managed to deliver creative concepts for 100+ of Internet and new media projects. Additionally to the main activities, I am also actively mentoring startups, lecturing at the universities and companies, and working on the cultural projects. The latest one, ‘’Kaunas Is Full Of Culture’’ aims at increasing awareness of cultural activities and promoting local arts.

COMMENT

Once I started my journey with X-M1, I immediately realised this is going to be a long term relationship. At first, I was impressed by its ease of use and UX. The technical precision and ergonomic approach was a real pleasure to work with. The only reason I decided to switch to X-T1 was the speed. I had to be as fast and as sharp as possible. For my shots it is a crucial factor as I am working mainly with documentary. Switched. Now it feels perfect in all situations it is a true love for FUJIFILM X-T1.

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