What really happens
The wedding day is one of the most important days of life. Once the day is over, the photographs become the most important thing of the wedding as they will allow you to relive these moments forever.
My approach to wedding photography is that of a storyteller: simply to tell the true story of the wedding day through photographs, where you can see the emotions, the dearest people, the things that really matter.
I begin to photograph the bride’s preparations an hour and a half before she leaves. The groom’s preparations are taken by the second photographer, who starts an hour before he leaves. The second photographer follows the groom to the place of the ceremony where the guests meet, while I resume the bride’s arrival. During the ceremony I shoot very unobtrusive, and then photograph the throw of rice and greetings. After the ceremony we can take few minutes for couple photo session, then during the aperitif I shoot the smiles and the curious expressions of the guests. I take a short break while everyone eats and during dinner I photograph the toast and the first dance. Naturally, the cutting of the cake, the launch of the bouquet and the party will be photographed.
After the wedding day, I’ll select the best photos of each sequence. From all the photos shooted, at the end it will remain around 1500 photos, that I deliver as high resolution files, which can be printed freely.