Como Wedding Photographers

Wedding Photographers of Como, Lombardy

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Map of Wedding Photojournalists Serving Como Couples

3 Documentary Wedding Photographers...

Daniele Borghello is a wedding photographer in Padova, Italia

My grandfather and my father handed me down the passion for this art, which I have been following and cultivating since I was a child. I have attended some postgraduate courses in Italy and abroad. These courses have made it possible for me to learn some new photographic techniques. Wedding reportage is the source of my inspiration. My mission is to tell the wedding, preserving the atmosphere and the real emotions of that day. Capturing details, emotions, moments, situations and making them unforgettable is my passion. I am a photographer for Morlotti Studio and I'm the person in charge of the office in Venice. [Padua Wedding Photographer]

Starting Price:
2500 (EUR)
Savona Wedding Photographer Fabrizio Gresti, of Liguria, Italy

Born and raised in Cairo Montenotte, a small town in the Ligurian hinterland, in the province of Savona, I approached photography when I was very young. When I started to accompany my dad, at the time a video operator, during his wedding services, always bringing my faithful camera. Over the years, being a great music lover, I turned my attention to the environment of festivals and concerts, photographing many artists on stage and in general the atmosphere that reigns in the crowd. For this and for my sociable and expansive nature I have always preferred to photograph people. In 2008 I met Giorgia Gaggero, my wife and with her, I decided to open our Creative Couple Studio in 2015. Wedding photography contains everything I have always loved photographing, emotions, people, conviviality and the festive atmosphere. In these years we have been in different country to shot the love stories of the couples who have chosen us and it is what we love and we want to do for the rest of our lives. When I'm not working I travel a lot, travel photography is another kind of photography that I really love, with friends every year, we organize trips by van in search of the perfect photo and the perfect wave. Although I have to admit that I do better with the camera than with the surfboard. [Savona Wedding Photographer]

Starting Price:
1700 (EUR)
Campania and Naples wedding photography by Luca Salvemini of Italy

Luca Salvemini was born in Naples in 1981. Second-born of three brothers, he approached photography on the day of his First Communion, thanks to a compact Olympus given to him by an uncle. His passion becomes a life choice when he enrolls in the Faculty of Psychology, where his studies and background allow him to develop an innovative approach to work, a mix of passion, understanding, and emotion. Time and experience will be too strong, and Luca will form part of his method on the ability to establish true and empathetic relationships with couples. After intense training at the Scuola Romana di Fotografia and a very strong apprenticeship in a Photo Studio, he decides to leave Italy and approach a new work experience in Amsterdam. In a few months, he gives his first solo show at the Amsterdam Royal Gallery. After a couple of years in the Netherlands, he returns to Naples where he decides to found Life Photography together with Davide. He is a huge fan of U2 band. It is impossible to count on the fingers of two hands the number of concerts he has assisted to, in Italy and in Europe. Indeed, as soon as he has free time it is likely to find him shooting pictures around the world with his camera living the experiences of the places. [Naples Wedding Photographer]

Starting Price:
2000 (EUR)

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Life Photography: Luca Salvemini

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