Here comes the time to show some of the most funny weddings I had the privilege of working on as a photographer. Matteo is a stunning photographer, too. We had the privilege of working together in street photography projects in the past, I consider him a friend even if we can’t see each other so often…
I did this wedding in my own way, analog film cameras. My two trusty Nikon FM2 were loaded with black and white film and this way we went all day long. Shooting without a rush, being present, never looking at the camera. The contact sheets ended up revealing everything, there was more than needed, time to watch at the picture was later, not that day.
The joy of printing my friend pictures in my darkroom were my reward, my pleasure. It came beautiful, simple as it used to be, with the mood I love.
Digital photography is getting day by day more far from me, not for a religious way of thinking, but simply because I like it always less.
The workout on analog wedding photography project is paying out the planning, thinking, changing and organizing.
Wedding photography assignments are coming and most important thing, I am having definitely more fun and peace of mind working this way rather than in front of a computer with thousands images.
Seeing the shots coming out in the contact sheets is always one of the most exciting part…digital was rational, more flexible, more safe, more easy….but has photography to be absolutely so rational?
Time to go under the enlarger soon, with a box of baryta prints. That would be premium pleasure and result.
Will see them soon enough, but no hurry, this is film not digital.
Snapshots from an engagement portrait photography session while having fun in Bergamo. I have shot so many portrait session and weddings around this area that I used to live a lot, even outside photography.
These guys are about to celebrate a wonderful wedding in Mexico, these have been shining hours.
Hans got a wonderful trick for his proposal in Milan. We met and he told me the story of his secret trip as his girlfriend was visiting my hometown Milano on the Duomo rooftop. So I was there as a tourist and photographer and was able to tell the story using a small camera. It was fascinating, sweet and lovely to be the storyteller for these hours, for some prints that you’ll love to remember.
You have been great, I loved it.
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Milan can be a wonderful city with a magic mood in many ways. I have met these guys during an engagement portrait session, these are some snapshots of us having a good time in the Duomo area in Milan shooting some Wedding Photography work and having fun playing with a wonderful light.
The Camin Hotel Colmegna is becoming one of those locations where it happens to be more often as a wedding photographer, and without any doubts one of those where I work with true pleasure… all the staff is friendly and professional, it’s surrounded from one of the nicest Italian Areas, and it offers views and chances to take good pictures that every good wedding photographer can enjoy. Close to it couples can decide to celebrate their wedding in Madonna della Punta, a church with a breathtaking view on the lake, and even if I am not the kind of photographer that loves to make too much posed pictures, the garden has so many chances that everything comes just natural and easy.
I leve the pictures speak by themselves, even if it’s just a little selection, but I hope to work there soon again!