I am pretty sure that anyone who sees these photos cannot help but notice and appreciate Martina’s smile, so bright, serene, spontaneously sunny.
And, on the other hand, when she saw these photos for the first time she wrote to me: ‘I never thought I would look good with a smile, I generally never laugh on photos! Instead I am in love with it!”.
It often happens that whoever gets photographed does so with a hint of mistrust and fear, is afraid of the result, is afraid of not looking good enough or is simply convinced of seeing himself ‘as usual’.
Then comes the pre-wedding photo shoot and it happens that after the first few shots – almost of ‘running in’ – the bride and groom almost forget they are in front of the photographer and simply start having fun, enjoying the moment.
It also happened to Carlo and Martina. The smiles are not posing smiles. They are the smiles of those who love each other, the smiles of those who are living a special and happy moment. And my first great goal is precisely to reach this dimension of simple and cheerful spontaneity, this atmosphere of mutual trust between the bride and groom, this deep empathy that goes beyond the professional relationship.
This is the magic touch I look for in my work, a touch that goes far beyond technique.
And the result? It is always surprising.
And here is the message from Carlo and Martina after seeing the photographs: ‘THEY ARE CRAZY!!! We love them, thank you so much! There are some exciting looks. For good photos, it takes a great photographer I can’t wait to take more of them