PHOTOGRAPHER VENICE LOVE-STORY PHOTO SESSION
Venice photographer: photoshoot of wedding anniversary vacation
Miriam & Steve, a couple on vacation in Venice for their wedding anniversary, hired me as professional photographer in Venice. I provided them a photo shoot during a walk. Love-story pictures. Photos of romantic and fun moments. They were satisfied of the photography session in Venice, an amazing experience for them.
Miriam & Steve (USA):
“We were in Venice to celebrate our 20th wedding anniversary and, since 20 years ago, engagement pictures were still not the trend, I’ve always wished I had similar romantic pictures. I was, therefore, set to get them 20 years later at one of the most romantic cities in the world! I looked for a photographer who was highly recommended and found Pietro on TripAdvisor. He had amazing reviews and luckily he was available! We started at 11am on a very warm early June day and spent a little bit over 3 hours with Pietro. He took the most beautiful pictures that were the highlight of our trip to Venice.
Pietro was very friendly, patient and put us at ease immediately. He made sure lighting was perfect and surroundings were clean and people free as much as possible, which is extremely tough to do in Venice. First, he took us to San Giorgio Maggiore island where we had the Grand Canal and beautiful St. Mark’s square as our background. Then, he took pictures of us at St. Mark’s square, Bridge of Sighs, then away from the crowds at beautiful sights off the beaten path.
We went on a gondola ride, which he reserved for us, and he took breathtaking pictures of us during the ride. In those couple of hours, it felt like we had been friends for a long time and he even bought us coffee after the shoot! Pietro sent us first proofs that same night and put the pictures on Google drive a few days after for us to download. It was definitely an unforgettable afternoon and I finally got my “engagement” pictures 20 years later! We highly recommend Pietro for capturing Venice memories to last a lifetime!”
Pietro Volpato © Photographer Venice