Terni Wedding Photographers

Wedding Photographers of Terni, Umbria

Find your Terni wedding photographer through the Umbria Wedding Photojournalist Association directory.

Map of Wedding Photojournalists Serving Terni Couples

2 Documentary Wedding Photographers...

I’m Massimiliano Esposito, I was born in Rome, Italy. Photography was always my dream, my passion - a way to express myself. I love weddings, love to capture real emotions, real people, real life ; when family and friends are there for one reason only : to celebrate love. About my studio To realize my dream, in 2010 I’ve finally decided to open my own studio as a wedding photographer. In 2014 I’ve met my wife, who is also a photographer. 90% of the weddings we do together, so we can capture really everything, from two different point of view. After a while new dreams came up, new challenges. I’m always looking for something new, something that makes people say WOW. I never stop to experiment, new techniques, new places and I keep studying from the best photographers all around the world. I’m always motivated and at every wedding I do my best. On that day the only thing that matters is to give my clients a true, breathtaking, unique story through my photos. My style I’m trying to find the right balance between wedding photojournalism and portrait photography. They are both important on the same way. Wedding photojournalism is great, is fantastic. Is just so real, I shoot what happens : the real wedding, the real smiles, the real tears. But… everyone loves love stories. Photos which take your breath away. Everyone needs the portrait session, alone, just the bride and the groom where I can see their real love, the intimacy. Currently I live in Rome, so I serve all Italy but I prefer to consider myself as a destination wedding photographer so I travel all around the world for your wedding. [Orvieto Wedding Photographer]

Starting Price:
1500 (EUR)
Terni and Orvieto wedding photography by Zsofia Rebicek, of Umbria - Italy

I was born in Budapest in 1986, I moved to Italy, in Rome in 2009. My husband and I opened our photo studio in 2014. Photography has started to become a job, not a hobby anymore, marriages have become our second home, at the beginning, I accompanied my husband as a second photographer, and in those moments I learned a great deal not only about the technical aspect but also about the human aspect, in managing time and day. I prefer a reportage-style. In recent years at my weddings, I prefer to follow the married couple discreetly in order to be able to capture at best every emotion and all the memories that will remain with them forever. [Orvieto Wedding Photographer]

Starting Price:
1500 (EUR)

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