We wanted to create something special as a pre-wedding and engagement shooting and not an “already seen” stereotypical shooting in a destination wedding on the beach or in a common place.
In touch with your authenticity
I loved the time I spent with them. The wedding planner who followed us in this adventure was also very helpful. It’s been a nice starting from the the Franco and Enza Holiday house.
The place is very pictoresque and historical. It gave us the right athmosphere to create someting catchy photographs from the past in black and white.
Then we kept going along the path of the town in order to get inspired from backdrops, natural light and colours we found there. There were great connections between us and I immediately felt like something really special was building up in this engagement shooting in Italy.
Then we wanted to reach the ruins of a Castle and we got there in short time. Fortunately places were not so far each other. The sunlight was perfect, yet still a bit cold in the air in March. I really liked their facial espressions and their attitudes. It was like a timeless moment between the hallyways soon after the castle, while we were walking around the place.
Further, we wanted to shoot between some olive trees. They are very common in that location and also we grabbed amazing and romantic pictures. At the end we decided for a river backdrop and we fortunately found it again in a very short time.
The final part of the shooting is very moody and it is quite representative of their story, yet at the same time also of my visions.
Music has been a great component of this meeting as we all are in love with it. Delia is a singer and also Guerino play instruments. I used to work in radio when I was very young.
If you are looking for an engagement shooting in Italy you might be inspired by this story, or you also can be inspired by other amazing shooting we’ve been taking so far. We will try to represent your personality anyway without put you in the silly cage of a ridicolous pose.