A lifestyle and candid storytelling of a wedding in Italy.
Why should I call it just reportage?
This is a story about Laura and Giorgio in a sunny day at the Tenuta di San Liberato.
It’s a great location, close to the Bracciano lake, and it has also a small beautiful church coming from the Middle Age.
But, as it always happens, I don’t care about the beauty of the places where I have the privilege to shoot.
I care about them. And they were so nice, so simple, so true and intense. All those things are the best situation for a reportage wedding photographer Italy.
As always, many things happened, even unlucky, but the day went perfectly. Perfect weather, happiness, laughters, tears of joy, great food and wine. Happiness, that’s all.
And I can resume it just with a couple of shots that you’ll find in the following gallery: the face, the espression of the Bride’s father, before and after the ceremony.
Every wedding I shot, I am very close the the father’s situation, as I am father of a young girl. I feel myself in the same shoes, and I observe his feelings.
Before the ceremony, many thoughts floating in his mind. Looks like nervous, but after, I see the most beautiful smile I’ve ever seen. As I’ll do, when I will be at the same place.
If you want to give a great job to any couple I work with, to any wedding in Italy, you have to feel. Deeply.
Enjoy the gallery, and leave a few words about your feeling.
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