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Wedding Photographer Rome, Italy. Paolo Giovannini shares a wedding photography technique.

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My name is Paolo Giovannini I have been a wedding photographer for 30 years I am currently based in Rome and my goal is to aim for the heart with sentiment.

I love working with natural light when I work. This moment was captured with a Canon MKIII and optical lenses 2.8-1.4-1.2.

This image was taken at a wedding where the groom's grandparents celebrated the 50th wedding during the cake cutting. It was a double celebreation as you can see from this picture and I was pleased I captured it, it's a beautiful and funny once in a million moment.

Taken with a Canon lens 70-200 2.8 this photo was taken in RAW format and processed with Adobe Lightroom.





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