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Wedding Photographer Italy. Enrico Celotto shares a wedding photography technique.

At Wedding Photography Select, we don't just want to show you the best images from the best wedding photographers around the world. We want to tell you a little story behind them as well. The idea, the execution, the result. As this section grows, we want to give you an in depth description of each of the shots taken by some of the very best wedding photographers. We hope it proves to be inspiring and insightful.

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I am a joyful person because I love my job. I love to tell stories about Weddings, stories of days full of emotion and feeling.

The wedding for me is not a photographic "set" but it's an event to tell, a party full of details, characters, locations and participants.
I am looking for elegance in my photography. My style is a reportage photography, I like to work in contact with the people and a wedding is my specialty. I work throughout Italy and am available for your destination weddings abroad.

I really like the movies, I watch a lot of films by Japanese / Korean. I listen to a lot of music. I read many books of photographers and I like to understand something from each one and put it into my world in my way. Seeing through photography.

This picture was taken in the home of the couple, immediately after the reception and in their new home, another reason they loved this shot. The groom is a construction engineer and has invested a lot of energy into the house, more than a person who buys a house.For this reason I asked to go to their house to do some shooting. Arriving at the top of a gallery I saw this amazing light and framed them in the window. I saw something interesting and elegant at the same time. I think the photo is very important as the dress falls to the ground and it looks like a statue

I had to try and expose pefectly not burning the silhouette, this was a little tricky. I used a Canon 5D Mark III and canon 50mm 1.4 1600iso f2.0
The photo was underexposed when I shot it (not to lose the detail of the silhouette) and then recovered slightly in post-production.

The couple love this picture and I think for them it is a "symbol" of their day of marriage. A photo on their wedding day, at home, perfect!





Image By Virginia Gimeno

Virginia Gimeno

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Image By Clara Bigaretti

Clara Bigaretti

I took the shot in an Italian castle, when the bride was about to move to the church. I went upstairs as I was immediately inspired by the light that came through the window ins

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Image By Kepa Fuentes

Kepa Fuentes

I was born in Bilbao in 1974, currently living with my family (I have 4 children) in a 18th Century house in a town near Barcelona. Working as a professional wedding photographer

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