FAQ – Frequently asked question
- What is your photography style?
The contamination has always been part of my nature, and consequently it also played a key role in my stylistic choices, so I’m not a purists and for sure I’m not a glamor photographer. I don’t like to make feel the bride and groom in a fiction becacuse I always try to hand authentic or unexpected pictures and create unforgettable memories.
- What is Post Production?
I develop all the images that I will consign. Post-production is an essential part of photography, It’s as important as shooting. I do not adjust only lights and shadows, but I like to be creative even during this stage. However, I’m not talking about strong photo editing, such as removing skin blemishes or streamline because I believe that reality, with its strengths and weaknesses, it tell and excite more than the fiction. So it’s important to be agree about this point.
- Do you work alone or with a team?
I always work with another professional photographer, Marco Tani. My package included the presence of two photographers for all the day so we can cover and to tell better what happens during the day.
- Do you take photos with friends and family?
Although you will not find this kind of photo in my website it doesn’t mean that I don’t shoot them. However, if you cared these shots you should tell me first and then help me to organize the groups. Otherwise, I tend to not do them.
- How much are important the locations for the photos?
Very important but not essential. Surely dark places and with little space do not facilitate the achievement of the perfect shot, but certainly this factor will not affect my commitment.
- Why my cousin isn’t in the pictures that you have delivered to me?
My style requires to focus on the action, so it is impossible to make a photographic census of the entire population present at the event. So, to avoid that you have no pictures of your cousin, I invite you to tell me who are the people you need to have a memory.
- How much does it costs a wedding with you?
Before to give you a quote I would like you to send me an e-mail or you can even give me a call. Let me know something more about you and the day you’ll get married. However my starting price is 1000,00 €
- Do you have special requests?
I have no special requests but weddings are special days and particularly long, so I will need to stop a few minutes to “recharge my batteries”; I don’t ask to take part in lunch or in dinner with your guests and with all the dishes, but I only need a small table on the sidelines with something to eat and a glass of wine.
- Are you available for weddings abroad?
Yes I am, without any doubt. I love traveling ,I like to meet different people and cultures, take pictures of new places.
- Do you have time limit for your performance?
Theoretically no, I dedicate you within 10 to 12 hours, so I suppose to be able to cover the entire event.
- How many pictures do you consign?
Usually I consign from 400 to 600 photos all postproduced, in high-resolution, in digital format.
- How long do we have to wait before having the pictures?
On average, I consign the shots in digital format within 6 weeks, however unexpected or sudden workloads can be prolonging the wait up to 8 weeks.
- Do you create albums too?
I think that the photobook is best suited to my style of photography and reportage in general than the traditional album. To get an idea of what we are talking you can begin to have a look HERE, or come to visit me at my studio.
- How can we engage you?
You can take an appointment by email or phone you find on the contact page and after a chat and a coffee you will decide whether to sign the contract certifying my engagement. In addition I will ask you to pay a 25% deposit as a commitment. For foreign clients I handle the entire procedure via email.
- Do you realize wedding videos?
I’m not personally care this aspect but I could recommend you some pressional videomaker with whom I work constantly. I always recommend these people because the harmony in this type of services is essential, it allows us to focus just on shooting and not on technical or logistical aspects of secondary importance with risk to lose unrepeatable moments.