Emilia-Romagna Wedding Photographers

Lifestyle Photography in Emilia-Romagna

Do you need help finding your Emilia-Romagna lifestyle photographer? Have you been wanting to capture your family in simple yet remarkable portraits, but don’t want to go through the trouble of going to a studio?  When you hire one of our professional lifestyle photographers to do your teen, family, maternity, or couple portrait session, the images that you will receive will be one of a kind because they are captured in your day to day environment. Welcome to the Lifestyle Photographers Association of Italy.

Map of Lifestyle Photographers Serving Emilia-Romagna

2 Available Lifestyle Photographers...

Portrait of Caterina Errani, Ravenna Lifestyle Photographer

The love for reportage photography was born out of passion when I bought my first camera, a Nikon FM10 film in Guatemala, almost twenty years ago. I started photographing a few precious, intense and unrepeatable moments of my travels, from the most remote areas of Himalayan Asia to the most boundless areas of Tierra del Fuego, inextricably sealing my two strongest passions: travel and photographic emotional reportage. My reportage photography was therefore born as a loving language, with the need to give small pieces of a dream, enhance and transmit the emotions that bring people's hearts close together. In reportage photography, the moment and still emotions reign everywhere sovereign, as well as in everyday natural gesture captured by Lifestyle Photography. For more than fifteen years I have been taking care of the couples from elopements, to a wedding, maternity, baby born, all through the most beautiful moments on the most beautiful day of their lives, in Italy and abroad, gathering smiles and gestures that make one's own moment and life unique and precious. Photographs tell a fable and deserves to be caught through eyes and heart, this is the purpose of my art: to tell the beauty and emotions of your special moment and make it eternal. Over the years I have exhibited my works in various exhibitions, and I am reported as a photographer on VOGUE. And now something about my travels: I have explored the world, in lands dotted with faces, landscapes, and silences, where peace and beauty kidnap the heart and nourish emotions. Ladak, Mongolia, Nepal, Cambodia, Patagonia, New Guinea, Myanmar, Guatemala, Namibia, India, Ceylon are just some of the countries where I was given the photographic emotion and I, therefore, shared it from time to time as a gift. To those who have come to read these last lines I would like to give a story, a look: imagine you are at dusk, in the garden of one of the countless monasteries of the Ex Burma, or in the plain of the Golden Pagodas, or in any street in the countryside .. you find yourself with your nose up, without realizing it: each person, child or adult has a piece of thread in his hand, and with the skill of movement they float the small kite in the sky. Your gaze now shifts in their gaze. This is absolute sweetness. And this is the indelible memory of the country.

Member of the Wedding Photojournalist Association - WPJA
Massimiliano Beccati Lifestyle Photographer of Milan, Italy

I was born in 1970 in a lovely place close to Lake Como and Lake Maggiore, beautiful lakes of Northern Italy. Since I was a little boy I have been fascinated by “photography” and it is now twenty years that I have been working in this field. In the last fifteen years, I have been working as a photographer, especially for weddings. In 2012, in Milan, I set up “WeddingStudio” together with other colleagues. I take photos of wedding days giving a “ photojournalistic” cut to my pictures. That is why I define myself as a “modern storyteller”. Telling stories and touching people through my pictures: that is what I love to do. That is my job and my passion. And when there is passion in what you do, you see the difference! I like thinking and telling about your wedding in a different way: the newlyweds have to live and enjoy every moment of that day and share every moment with their loved ones. That is why I like to become “invisible” and catch details, shades, glances, moods and going on gestures. My job is a wonderful job and every time that one of my pictures can stir up emotions or recollections in people looking at it I think that considering it as “wonderful” is still not enough...

Member of the Wedding Photojournalist Association - WPJA
Member of the Family Photojournalist Association - FPJA