April 6, 2019 / St Peter’s Square Other Piazza di Spagna Spanish Steps Engagement Castel Sant’Angelo Honeymoon Piazza Navona Colosseum Pantheon St Peter’s Basilica Trevi Fountain Italy Central Italy Rome
Hello! I'm your vacation and travel Photographer in Rome
Hello! I’m your vacation and travel Photographer in Rome
In the light of so much beauty, there is no doubt that Italy is one of the most beautiful destinations. Destinations not only for weddings but also for romantic vacations such as honeymoons, engagement or pre weddings. With this in mind, what could be more romantic than hiring a photographer to take some couple photos? Venice, Florence, Rome, Positano, Capri, Lake Garda… in other words, the list of stunning places is endless.
What about Rome? Be guided by a Rome photographer to discover the most suggestive locations for your honeymoon or engagement photos. Is this your first time visiting Rome? You absolutely have to take advantage of it then! With this in mind, for every couple in love, Rome is more than a dream, it is pure magic! Goete quote said it all: “Only in Rome is it possible to understand Rome“.
Your Roman experience will claim your love in what is probably one of the most romantic cities in the world. When? A sunrise romantic walk could be ideal for a honeymoon, anniversary or engagement photo session. You can learn more about what is the best time to have a photo session (not only in Venice) clicking here. In fact, the light is soft and warm as well as the most suggestive locations: almost empty! As can be seen, it is so incredibly beautiful observing the city waking up.
Let yourselves be captured while you are kissing in front of Fontana di Trevi, including a walk towards the Pantheon. Another kiss while sitting on the Spanish steps or a warm hug in Piazza San Pietro. Generally, it is my wish to ensure to each couple the most iconic landmarks. In fact, in order to keep the shooting stress free and easygoing, I always suggest to visit some favorite locations. For instance, Trevi Fountain, the Pantheon, Piazza di Spagna, Castel Sant’Angelo and obviously, Piazza San Pietro – the Vatican.
First thing to remember, is that the first few locations mentioned are pretty close to each other. For this reason, it is possible to reach them just walking. In addition, a taxi would help us to reach the last stop as the Vatican is more distant.