Venice Carnival 2022: find your photographer

Despite the lingering of the pandemic made us very accustomed with the idea of wearing mask soon there will be an opportunity to wear completely different ones: the Venice Carnival 2022.

What to do during Venice carnival 2022

As photographer I get involved in many events but still I feel that taking about them is better done by the official organisers, the city of Venice maintains a very informative website about events in the upcoming carnival: following that link will let you learn more.

Among many I would outline one outstanding event to live the luxury atmosphere of the venetian carnival: Il ballo del doge held at palazzo Pisani Moretta.

Another artist I’d recommend to follow is a dancer / model / costume designer and event organiser that I feel incarnates very well the spirit of Venetian best years

Photosession in Venice after the costume party!

This is an idea, the masked party is going to be an unforgettable experience definitely worth being lived. Once you are in Venice with your amazing costumes a photosession will be an enjoyable way to experience the environment and to create visual memories that can be easily be shared with friends at home.
Here I write more about my services as Photographer for Venice Carnival.

Civil wedding: tips of a professional photographer on how to get married in Venice with useful informations about the procedures, hotel and restaurant ideas, places for romantic pictures.

At first planning a civil wedding in Venice may seem to be intimidating, and after some consideration, well, it may definitely be intimidating. I’m trying to share a bit of my experience as a professional photographer in Venice in order to help couples that want to become a family here. I’ll talk briefly about the “paperwork” and then more about what I actually see in terms of timeline of the event, hotel and restaurants for the reception and places where to create wedding images.

Organising a civil wedding in Venice:
Palazzo Cavalli is the building of the city hall where most weddings are celebrated, this is their webpage in Italian with all the details for arranging a civil wedding and this is a page in English from the US consular service about getting married in Italy.
Probably availing of the service of a wedding planner may save a lot of work.

Ideas for a civil wedding in Venice: a photographer’s perspective:

Usually the storytelling start at the bride’s hotel with images or her make-up being finished and of the journey towards Palazzo Cavalli: walking or on a boat will anyway give many opportunities for nice images.
There relatives and guests will be waiting (or not if it is an elopement).
The actually wedding cerimony lasts around 25-30 minutes and then we would have time to move to the actual restaurant for celebrations and on the way we could realize amazing wedding portraits.

In differnt posts I’ll write more about hotels and restaurants.

Accepting Bitcoin as a payment option

Another option for clients who wish to pay with cryptocurrecies.

Freedom of choice is in line with my core beliefs so I’m glad to be able to offer clients another option to pay for my professional services: Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies will be accepted as a mean of payment for clients inclined to use them instead of cash or credit card.

More details on the payment page of my website.

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Their big British-Italian wedding in Venice: a photo reportage

bride and groom in water taxi and guests on a brige during wedding photo reportage in Venice
Passion and joy for the bride and the groom, excitement for everyone. This is what you can expect from a wedding with many guests.

Some couples choose Venice as their destination of their wedding and make it a very intimate event, almost escaping (or postponing) the celebrations with relatives.

Other couples really enjoy sharing the magic and excitement of this special day with their dear ones. This was the case of Matt and Sarah, a British-Italian couple that lately chose me as their wedding photographer.

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