Bulgarian Girls Are Crazy About Getting Photographed By Turkish Photographer Ibrahim Kyoseyumer – Design You Trust

Bulgarian Girls Are Crazy About Getting Photographed By Turkish Photographer Ibrahim Kyoseyumer

Another young and talented photographer shows the beauty of Slavic women in his works. We already showed amazing Slavic women portraits from Russia, Ukraine and Poland. Ibrahim Kyoseyumer is a portrait and fashion photographer based in Bulgaria.

His job is very difficult – “The Slavic Beauty”, but he likes to show the beauty of the Bulgarian Slavic Women in his natural portraits. We are happy to share some of his amazing works.

More info: 500px, Instagram, Facebook, Behance (h/t: slavforum)













































































































































































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