What I do: I offer a complete reportage coverage from the Bride and Groom dressing till reception/ bridal party. After the ceremony we can do also 1 or 2hrs of photosession with the Bride, Groom families, bestmen and bridemaids.
40days after the wedding date I will send a DVD or USB pen with a selection of about 500 pictures in JPG format and HIQuality resolution to the clients.
All pictures delivered will be the result of a accurate selection and post production like white balance, light and colors in way to obtain the best result for clients.
I can provide also a photobook album in eco leather ( opened measure: 60cm x 40cm) with 60 pages and 120 pictures inside, so clients can choose either digital or digital+album.
Price and costs: The cost of my service ( digital only) ranges between 1500 and 2500 euros, however I can be contacted to negotiate costing depending on the location and duration of the wedding. (e.g. some religious weddings go for 4 days). The album photobook costs 800euros to be edited to digital service and the shipping cost is included (All Europe).
Who am I: My name is Fabio and I’m a freelance photographer based in Sardinia – Italy, but I am available for assignments worldwide.
Since 2002 I have dedicated myself mainly to photojournalism and weddings.
Since 2007, I have been an official photographer at L’Unione Sarda, wichis the most prestigious newspaper in Sardinia (with more than 5000 of my pictures pubblished in it), in 2009 I joined the Order of Journalists (the only qualification in Italy to carry out journalistic work) and from 2014 I’m member of WPJA – Wedding Photojournalist Association.
As a freelancer I have worked with several companies, both journalistic and commercial such as Greenpeace, La Presse, Corriere della Sera, Diesel, BNL, Gallerie Alinari Florence, Pfizer, Crimsoncat UK, The Century XII and News Corporation.
My skills range from crime news to social reportage, scene photography, commercials and real weddings.
I do my work as wedding photographer as if I develope a journalistic assignment, in full independence, without intervening in the actions and entering in empathy with the bride, groom and guests, so that my presence could be accepted by even the most reserved.