Frequently Asked Questions
1-What’s your style?
I shoot using a photojournalism-style. I love creating a reportage of the event, and creative portraits for those people involved in it. I love spontaneity and emotions coming up freely.
The reportage style doesn’t require pose and it won’t include classic group photos.
I like to be a discreet presence, allowing you and your guests to feel as much relaxed and natural as possible.
My work is usually showcased with digital albums online and on USB, and printed on handmade books, which are designed to suit your personal taste.
2-Which services do you offer?
ALL DAY COVERAGE includes all day coverage by Francesco and a second shooter. There is no limit of photos I shoot, and time I will be there for the event. 400/600 high resolution photos post-produced on a USB stick, in an elegant wooden box personalized with our logo.
MORE THAN A DAY includes all day coverage for the wedding day, and half day coverage for the events before or after the wedding day. This package can be fully customised in base of couple needs.
ELOPEMENTS for those couples who want to celebrate their love with a sweet elopement.
I also offer extra services as Fine Art Prints and Online slideshows.
3-What type of camera do you use?
I shoot with Nikon cameras and a wide range of lenses. I prefer Prime lenses to Zoom lenses, and I normally use 20mm, 35mm, 58mm and 105mm.
4-Do you work alone?
To book my presence on your event, a signed contract and deposit of 30% is required. I won’t be able to hold any dates without these two conditions.
8-How long will we be waiting for receiving the photos?
This very much depend on the season. Generally, I’m able to deliver the final product 6/8 months after your wedding.
I consider the photos of your wedding a very important tool to keep those emotions alive. Concentration and inspiration are for me the right mix for delivering a good job, and sometimes to achieve this, it requires more time than agreed. Photography is an expression of art and as such should not have time limits.