Wedding Photographer Varese-Lombardia Capoferri Photography shoots a wedding at Jardin a Vivre-Castelletto Sopra Ticino-Novara-Italy, Italy
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Tell us a little about yourself??I've been a photographer for almost 10 years, I love photography in all its forms, I love experimenting, and of course I love wedding reportage
How do you think or would like people to describe you?Professional, passionate, polite and helpful
Tell us a little bit about the wedding day?It was a hot day without a cloud in the sky, Ambra and Jose two wonderful people, the guests of the groom came from Spain, Andalusia. Much joy and happiness, a lot of fun, really a perfect day.
How did you get into wedding photography?I really like captuering a wedding in the reportage style,reportage weddings are a special day. To tell the story of two people that will change their lives on that day, they will build something great together, a day that will surely remain in the memory to even those who came, children, grandchildren.Photographs of that day will always remain.
How long have you been a wedding photographer?7 years.
Can you share how you've made your wedding photography business a success? Any mistakes you made along the way?I'm not sure. I'm sure you have to love this job, I threw myself into this job without having done as an assistant, I made many mistakes but I continue to improve.
What do you think a bride or groom should be looking for and not looking for in terms of wedding photography packages?Hig res files and a gallery online.
How do you advertise yourself and what for you has really worked?Website, good SEO, satisfaction of the couple and then word of mouth, and good advice: A satisfied customer will speak well with three people, a dissatisfied customer will speak evil with thirty.
Why do you think people hire you?I hope that they choose me because they have fallen in love my photography
How many weddings do you average per year?20
Whose wedding would you love to shoot?The next one.
If you were asked to shoot a destination wedding, where would you hope it would be?Australia
What equipment do you have for a typical wedding day?I love the fixed lens, and then use a 50mm 1.4 and a 24mm 2.8, and a glorious D700, my assistant uses a 35-70 2.8-50mm 1.8 and a 70-210 f4 and a D600. I almost never use the flash but I have with me two SB 700
What is the most challenging thing about a wedding.
Do you have an approach to a wedding?Remember that for bride and groom this is a special day and you have to give the best of yourself .
Who or what inspires you?Everyday life and literature
Best & Worst marketing idea so far?Marketing and me are not very good friends, sometimes I lose myself in the maze of possibilities,
If you weren't a photographer, what would you be?I love nature, I think I'd be a nature guide
Share your favourite image of the day and why?The bride looks at the ring, leaning on hands, smiling, her dream is about to come true
Do you have any goals for the future photography related or otherwise?The main objective is to increase my weddings overseas, because I really like to travel.
What do you think is key to being a successful wedding photographer?Work hard, love what you do, humility, courage to follow your own road.
Are there any other wedding photographers whose work inspires you, can be a well know photographer or somebody you've stumbled across?I like the work of Jonas Peterson, Jeff Ascough and others, read a lot of books on photography and cinema.
Proudest moment so far. Photography related or otherwise?I am very proud when my bride and groom get excited looking at their pictures I took.
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