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August 23, 2017

Post-Wedding Session in Florence

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Post-Wedding session in Florence

Post-wedding session in Florence.

A hot summer afternoon, two charismatic newlyweds and Florence: the perfect elements for a post-wedding portrait session!
Sydney from Louisiana and James from England, who got married in London a few days before coming to Italy, chose to spend some time in my beautiful city so what’s better than take some pictures walking around the streets near Piazza Santa Croce or Ponte Vecchio?
I loved the mood of this session! Sydney asked me to capture them as they are, focusing the attention on their love without the “classic romanticism” of weddings photos (I think this was the very first time I didn’t have bride and groom kisses in my pictures!)
This guys has been fantastic, it’s easy to take pictures when a couple looks so natural and charming in front of the camera.
Barbara

 

(if you’re planning a post-wedding portrait session, please contact us for more informations!)

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