Catania Wedding Photographers

Wedding Photographers of Catania, Sicily

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Map of Wedding Photojournalists Serving Catania Couples

2 Documentary Wedding Photographers...

Catania, Sicily Italy is home for wedding photographer Salvo Moroni.

Always actively involved in differents form of art (music, writing, sculpture…) Salvo begins as painter growing since a young age a great passion for photography. Inspired and influenced by great artists like Cartier-Bresson, Magnum Photos, the painters Kandinsky and Klee among the others, Salvo creates his own personal, dynamic and suggestive style. With now more than 15 years of professional wedding photography experience, he approachs every wedding with a fresh creative energy and total commitment providing to couples images that last through the time. Based in a beautiful Island, Sicily, Salvo is married and he has two children. He shoots weddings for both italian and International couples that appreciate him for his style and humanity. Besides being a wedding photographer Salvo also work on fine art photography for publications, exhibitions and personal research. [Catania Wedding Photographer]

Starting Price:
2000 (EUR)
Portrait of Davide Di Pasquale, Italian Wedding Photographer

Davide Di Pasquale was born in 1968 in Caltagirone where he lives and works. Son of the art has continued the activity inheriting his father's artistic and professional experience today at honing wedding photojournalism. It captures the feelings and interprets the sensitivity of a friend and a person who knows the people who are shooting. In the year 2008, he qualified Italian QIP and then the European QEP by the FEP (Federation of European Professional). In Orvieto photography where joins as an associate in the year 2008 as was a finalist in the category wedding, wedding category bronze in 2011. [Catania Wedding Photographer]

Starting Price:
2500 (EUR)

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WPJA Communiqué: Features
Photo of the Bride & Groom living in their own little world just moments after the ceremony | Romantic Wedding Photos
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Cake cutting photograph with the bride and groom deciding if they should smash or not smash the cake.
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The Celebration Begins with flower petals for the bride and groom at the end of this outdoor wedding ceremony
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Wedding photography detail of bride and bridesmaids Preparing for the ceremony outside in the wind with their bouquets.
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RAVES, REVIEWS, AND RECOMMENDATIONS

Michela & Davide

Photo by Salvo Moroni

Hello Salvo, how are you? We good; between Easter holidays and various bridges, the album of our wedding has already made more than 2000 km up and down Italy. Friends and relatives have relived with us that special day, which you have been able to capture with a careful eye. And for us to browse that album every time is an emotion. Needless to say that one of the most popular photos was the one with the lady who "sibafa" the granita at the Bam Bar in Taormina ... ;-) Arranging a wedding at a distance for us was not easy. We searched for a long time before finding someone who could interpret and tell our special day. In the end, we arrived at the Wedding Photojournalist Association website ... and we found you! Since the first meeting, you have understood exactly what we were looking for and, therefore, we can not but tell you infinitely thanks! A warm hug and a big good luck for your work, Michela and Davide

Valentina e Giuseppe

Photo by Salvo Moroni

Dear Salvo ... I really want to thank you ... once again for the immense gift you gave us ... light flames ... fixed on paper ... This is .... Yet very few can capture feeling, tension, emotion, like you ... giving it to you forever .... We were very lucky to meet you! ... ... In the whirlwind of anxiety and worries that precede marriage ... fear of not finding who would interpret our desires to the fullest ... who would not trivialize such an important moment, standardizing it like so many or almost all photographers who make their art just a job ... We discovered you by chance ... electrocuted by one of your photos on display outside your studio ... on a hot May day .... leaving us entranced by the "Sicilian" that transmitted that image ... .. We had no doubts ... it was what we wanted for our wedding! ... you were really !! And so, by making your acquaintance we have discovered, besides your skill, a kind, sensitive and incredibly professional man! What about ... we were more 'SATISFIED than your work .... Punctuality and reliability, as well as total dedication in satisfying our needs to perfection are now rare characteristics .... What we found in you! Our album is always with us ... a continuous pleasure for the eyes and for the soul ... a pride for us to have embellished thanks to your beautiful shots our day ... Thanks again for all! With affection Valentina and Giuseppe

Chiara e Gianluca

Photo by Salvo Moroni

Hello Salvo, how are you? I wanted to thank you for the gift you gave us, the photos are wonderful and the effect they have on those who see them is spectacular. There are those who are moved, someone came the goosebumps ... in short, a hit! Telling a good story is a challenge. If, then, it is a love story and you have to tell it through images, the challenge becomes interesting and important. Accept this challenge with elegance, privacy and professionalism. Through your shots, you find yourself waiting anxiously for the arrival of the bride, to move you when you meet the gaze of a happy mother, to laugh with gusto, to taste the delights of the table, to smile gently when the couple look at each other lovers. Every picture is a surprise that makes you curious to discover the next one. It is marvel in the pure state. And, when you get to the last picture, you're satisfied at the end of a wonderful day. Telling a beautiful love story is a challenge you face by creating an intimate masterpiece for your spouses. We can only say thank you again, thanks sincerely and wholeheartedly. See you soon. Chiara and Gianluca.