Wedding in Villa Vistarenni
December 1, 2017

Wedding in Villa Vistarenni – Chianti Wedding Photographer

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Wedding in Villa Vistarenni

I always believed that a photographer’s growing and maturing process has to go through a comparison with the work of his colleagues. These must be pals, partners, people you esteem personally and professionally. Having said this, the opportunity to be flanking Riccardo Pieri, such a good photographer and friend, has truly been unique. A good part of our job is to remain curious, inquisitive, to constantly search for new sources of inspiration; being a “second” to Riccardo has given me the opportunity to stay a little bit more hidden, in the background, and that allowed me to be more audacious and to try “different” things and perspectives. That’s why, during this wedding in Villa Vistarenni, I allowed myself to work more freely, to spend time to look for the little things, the details.

Enjoy the pictures of this wedding in Villa Vistarenni of Vanessa and Medi and share the post if you like it 🙂

Federico

 

 

Setting the ceremony in Vistarenni

 

Vistarenni

 

 

swimming pool of Vistarennigroom in the pool of Vistarenni

 

 

groom before the ceremony groom and groomsmen having fun bride preparation in Vistarenni

 

 

bride detailsbride dress

 

 

bride getting ready details

 

groom details

 

groom preparation

 

groom preparation in Vistarenni

 

bride preparation bride make up in Vistarenni groom and his mombride dress the bride is ready

 

 

wedding ceremonywedding ceremony in Vistarenni the bride is moved during the reading of the vows wedding ceremony in Vistarenni exchange of ring during the wedding ceremony

 

 

wedding in Vistarenni wedding portrait of bride and groom

 

 

black and white pictures of bride and groomNewlyweds smiling

 

 

Bride and Groom in Vistarenni Bride and Groom in Vistarenni

 

Romantic moment in front of tuscan view

 

Bride and Groom in Vistarenni

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