Real Wedding: Sara & Matteo

Hello guys

 

this is the first of many real wedding that I will post on my blog, it’s also one of the latest work of this wedding season and one of the one I loved the most.
Matteo and Sara contacted me at the end of 2015 and we planned both engagement and wedding, we talked about the whole process,the trusted me and it all went so smooth.

It was a real pleasure being their photographer and I think we did a really good job both on engagement and wedding. this wedding was something like 17 hours service (which is a marathon for a wedding photographer) and it started very soon in the morning, me at Sara’s house and my colleague Silvia (go check her works, she’s astounding www.silviagalora.com) at Matteo’s one, we did all the getting ready shots (here you can see only mine since I don’t think it’s fair to post other photographer’s pictures on my site) and then we headed to the church ( chiesa di San Zanobi e Santi Fiorentini, Florence) for their nice ceremony. Their reception was in a very nice and luxury location, Villa Corbinaia (www.villacorbinaia.com) in Montespertoli, Chianti Hills area, where we managed to have a quick shooting just before they had lunch.Lately we had a wonderful sunset light and we were able to shot some good pictures with a little help from the wonderful tuscany country and our warm sunset light (yeah, you should visit Chianti at least once in a lifetime).the party was really cool and the all the people was having fun (Sara is dancer, it helps a lot!) , it was perfect for shooting some Fuji Instax snapshot that were gifted to the friends and family.we had a lot of fun that day, I hope you will enjoy the following pictures as much as I did taking them!

 

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Photographer: Matteo Innocenti

2nd Photographer : Silvia Galora

Location: Villa Corbinaia

Equipment: Nikon D750 / Nikon 24-70mm 2.8 / Nikon 85mm 1.8 G / Sigma 35mm 1.4 art

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