Wedding photo session in Rome, Italy (2018)
by West Midlands wedding photographer – Marek Kuzlik Wedding Photography
I wanted to publish this post from my photo adventure in Rome on the beginning of August, however busy wedding photography period has verified my plans, and I had delay.
Anyway, My couple got married in May this year somewhere in Europe, and wanted natural, lifestyle wedding photo session in Rome. I was this lucky photographer who got a chance to go with them to the capitol of Italy 🙂 A couple of months before the session, w met together to set a plan for our trip, to find backup plan in case if something happen. A lot of organizational things but we managed to sort everything out. We met in Rome, and we had just below 48 hrs in Italy and many ideas to realise….
Our photo adventure in capitol of Italy has started near Colosseum. Over 30 C and full sun… not the best weather for photo shot (that’s why little flash was needed). To be honest without external flash my job would be very difficult, sometimes impossible.
Some images from my destination wedding photo session in Rome
The beginning. First stage. Colosseum. The only one place around Colosseum where I haven’t seen other people. If you have been in Rome, possibly you know what I’m talking about. A couple of foot below us, near the main entrance was very crowdy.
Via del Colosseo, Rome. Colosseum in the background
Via degli Annibaldi, Rome. Some fun, some selfies
Coffee break, part of our work.
Final preparation before evening session in Vatican. Have a look at surprised goose 🙂
Tuesday’s evening in Vatican. After long and hard day in front of my camera, my couple had enough power for some romantic dance in front of Basilica di San Pietro. Busy place, even at the night time, so some playing in Photoshop was necessary.
Ponte Sant’Angelo, and dirty Tyber river
And again, a bridge over the Via degli Annibaldi. Newlyweds on damaged bench in the middle of the bridge, speedlite next to them on waving stand, and people walking from one side to another. and waiting for a moment without passing tourists.
Busy little street, close to town centre. A place which became our shooting area for a while.
Ponte Sant’Angelo. Those gentlemen are nice and pleasure for foreigners but expensive. Beware!
Scalinata di Trinità dei Monti
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