Wedding Photographers of Milan, Lombardy
Milan Elopement Photographers
YOU CAN'T STOP LOVE - In recent days, some of our Italy photographer vendors have expressed their desire to accommodate couples who don’t want to wait to be married and are rushing the ceremony.
Many brides and grooms around the globe are planning to elope and deciding to reschedule their original ideas for a big event because of current wedding size restrictions, social distancing, and mask requirements. They are getting wed on a whim, but dispensing with or postponing all else.
The WPJA has an abundance of top-ranked, documentary-style elopement photographers who are available right now who understand that some weddings can’t wait. Find yours today!
Elopement Photographers for Small Lombardy Weddings
Shooting an elopement or small Milan wedding event is a wedding photojournalist’s dream: a fairly open schedule with lots of breathing space for creativity – it’s just the photographer, the couple, the officiant, and perhaps a few select companions.
Members are ready to document any fast, justice of the peace, secret, or elopement wedding, even if it is a Monday-Thursday ceremony. Search for the “Can Shoot Weddings on Short Notice!” message on the listings below.
We are anxious to create a picture story chronicling your religious, non-traditional, symbolic, small wedding from beginning to end. In this sense, it is no different from any other event that we have covered. The emphasis is on documenting key moments, capturing spontaneous displays of emotion, telling your real love story, as well as creating artistic portraits and details.
Map of Wedding Photojournalists Serving Milan Couples
9 Documentary Wedding Photographers...
I was born in 1970 in a lovely place close to Lake Como and Lake Maggiore, beautiful lakes of Northern Italy. Since I was a little boy I have been fascinated by “photography” and it is now twenty years that I have been working in this field. In the last fifteen years I have been working as a photographer, especially for weddings. In 2012, in Milan, I set up “WeddingStudio” together with other colleagues. I take photos of wedding days giving a “ photo journalistic” cut to my pictures. That is why I define myself as a “modern storyteller”. Telling stories and touching people through my pictures: that is what I love to do. That is my job and my passion. And when there is passion in what you do, you see the difference! I like thinking and telling about your wedding in a different way: the newlyweds have to live and enjoy every moment of that day and share every moment with their loved ones. That is why I like to become “invisible” and catch details, shades, glances, moods and going on gestures. My job is a wonderful job and every time that one of my pictures can stir up emotions or recollections in people looking at it I think that considering it as “wonderful” is still not enough... [Milan Wedding Photographer]
I was born in 1984 in Italy and in particular in a very beautiful area of Lombardy between Lake Maggiore, Lake Como and the splendid mountains that frame it. In high school, I decided to attend advertising graphics and at this juncture, I discovered "photography" when at the age of 18 I got my diploma I decided that I would look for a job only in this field that had fascinated me so much in school desks. I was lucky, my first job in a photographic studio introduced me to those who eventually became my partners in WeddingStudio, an adventure that we started in 2012, born of a common passion for wedding photography. Since then I am happy, it is really true what they say "if you like your job you will never work a day in your life"; telling emotions for me is a joy and seeing the satisfaction in the eyes of my clients at the delivery of work pure happiness. [Milan Wedding Photographer]
Federico Fasano is an Italian photographer who has been professionally active for over 15 years, based in Milan. Federico loves weddings and the emotions of that day. He prefers reportage, capturing moments as a movie sequences without any stop during the day. He is a graduate, artist, photographer and musician. [Milan Wedding Photographer]
Hi, I’m Stefano Ferrier, sole photographer based in Milano, Italy. I work in Italy, Europe and worldwide. I’ve started my photography career in 2010, after various vicissitudes I went on to learn my studies in Photography from the Italian Institute of Photography, since 2000 to present a school leader in the field of vocational training in Italy. The studies about story of photography were for me a discovery on what had happened since 1839 up today; then I laid down the basics for my vocational path, a path that never ends since there are always new things to learn. There's also a lesson in every Wedding story. My beloved style is photojournalism, I love spontaneous and evocative emotions, sometimes i try to convert these moments in a creative beautiful way to capture things differently, I always challenge myself. Art has an advantage over the observed reality, has the power to transform it and surpass it. [Milan Wedding Photographer]
I live in Milan with my lovely family, my wife and my two children. I printed my first pictures in the darkroom at school when I was 12, and since then I have always considered photography to be my personal magic. After passionate studies and a University degree in theoretical physics I turned photography into my job and now run a wedding and fashion photography studio in Milan, Italy. I believe that the deep study of arts history has lead me to defining my individual style and my idea of a picture's composition. On a parallel track, after my photography education at the Istituto Italiano di Fotografia in Milan I worked for two years in the studio of a renowned architecture and still life photographer in Milan, in order to learn this job and perfect my technical skills. Photography is a means for communicating my emotions and feelings. Just as a dancer, a musician or a writer create culture through their works, to me photography is a means through which I can artistically express my sensitivity. When shooting weddings, I like to become invisible among the guests of a ceremony in order be able to capture the most sincere moments. To be able to do that, you must be discreet, kind and very technically skilled. A single picture can tell more things than a film or a book. Whenever this is accomplished, I am proud to be a photographer. As a wedding photographer, I approximately shoot thirty weddings a year and during my career I have shot two hundred and I regularly participate in photography exhibitions in Italy. [Milan Wedding Photographer]
From an early age, I was fascinated by photography. I remember at the age of about 5-6 I used to play with a red analog camera, I didn't photograph, my parents didn't load the film, I didn't even know what a camera or a photograph was, but ... I enjoyed putting the eye in that viewfinder and imagine my world. I took up photography again at the age of 19, the passion for this art was back, so I decided to buy my first SLR, a Nikon, even if a basic camera for me represented the best to be able to express myself. I photographed everything, every day, not a single day went by when I didn't take a photograph; whether it is landscape, animals, street photography, portraits or macro, I really photographed for the pleasure and pleasure of it. One fine day, a professional photographer asked me for a hand for a wedding, that day I had a shock, I realized that I loved photographing weddings. Adrenaline, the emotion of an unrepeatable day. I became passionate about wedding photography and I started studying some authors, two above all, I think these two photographers have been my source of inspiration for me, I'm talking about Jeff Ascough and Carlo Carletti. After a few years as an assistant to a photographer I decided that photography would be my job, and specifically wedding photography, it was 2013 when I photographed my first wedding, I was 22 years old! My approach to wedding photography is documentary, I don't foresee poses, I don't construct situations, on the contrary, I try to keep a low profile and I will tell everything that happens in a natural and spontaneous way. I love black and white, contrasts, shades of light and shadow, I love the expressions on people's faces, the emotions that a face can give us if you can observe, I photograph to tell these emotions. In addition to photographing weddings, when I manage to carve out some time for myself, I dedicate myself a little to street photography, a great passion of mine. For me, photography is a daily thought, not a day that goes by when I don't think, I reflect on photography. It represents my way of expressing myself, of saying something, of stopping an emotion through an image. [Milan Wedding Photographer]
I was born in Milan in 1980, my father worked in Associated Press and from the first day of my life I breathed news photography, so obviously when I had to choose which high school to attend I chose photography. After the study I worked for a few years as a printer in a black and white dark room. In 2003, tired of printing photos of others, I quit my job and I started working as an assistant for several photographers. In 2007 I opened my business and I dedicated myself to wedding photography, I immediately tried to offer a service as spontaneous as possible, convinced that over the years the couple will want to find on their album the people to them care, and not pages of portraits of the spouses. For the rest I read a lot of books, I play the electric guitar badly and try to dedicate my time to the important people of my life. [Brescia Wedding Photographer]
Linda is a wedding documentary photographer from Sofia, Bulgaria. She loves to tell the story of the wedding day in a lighthearted manner and with a lot of positive energy. Being the granddaughter of one of Bulgaria's greatest photojournalists, Linda developed her passion for photography about 10 years ago with the beginning of the digital photography era. She finds inspiration in street and portrait photography and also in her grandfather's albums. She loves to hunt emotions of all kinds and collect them with the help of her camera. Linda is fluent in English and Portuguese and is available to travel around the world. [Sofia Wedding Photographer]
Are you ready to find your Milan engagement / pre-wedding photographer for a portrait session to complement your story of love? Searching for some ideas and creative inspiration for your own pre-wed shoot? Pro members from the Milan Wedding Photojournalist Association would like to help you add some unique and artistic pictures to your engagement photo gallery!
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RAVES, REVIEWS, AND RECOMMENDATIONS
Dear Stefano, you were exactly what we were looking for... Poetic look images, fun and full of feeling... You has been really capable , professional and flexible, you really took our vision. You wished for us a wonderful and memorable experience during our Wedding shoots. Now, because of your work, we have memories that will last a lifetime. Thank you Alessandro e Viviana
Dear Ale, We have received your pictures last week! They are absolutely amazing! We could not have imagined better pictures of our beautiful day!!!!!! They are more than we had hoped for and a beautiful memory of our wedding. Thank you so much!!! And thanks for the book!!! We love it!!! I really don't know how to say thank you for all you have done for us. We really hope to see you again - maybe at the next wedding :) Thanks again for these great wedding pictures! We really enjoyed having you here and hope to see you again! Until then, all the best!!! Alex and Sabrina (the happiest wedding couple ever!)