It’s been a long time since the last engagement photography service in Florence that I published here on the blog.
But I have a justification: these last two years have been a bit complicated. On the one hand, I haven’t had the opportunity to dedicate myself to engagement photography in Florence because most of the couples who ask me for engagement photos in Tuscany are foreigners and we know well what restrictions we have been forced to during the last two years.
On the other hand, resume shooting after a year of downtime and concentrating all the wedding photoshoots and couple photoshoots in a few months didn’t give me time to publish on the blog… but now I’m here to make it up to you.
Engagement photography service in Florence
Marisa and Brett were the first couple I had the pleasure to photograph in Florence after the long lockdown. I don’t deny that I was very happy but at the same time tense almost as if it were my first engagement photoshoot. The pandemic left me with a bit of social anxiety (ehehe) but it, fortunately, disappears the moment I meet the couple and I start to snap.
The first rays of the sun in the early morning and the smiles of these two guys have warmed my heart.
We walked through the streets of the historic center of Florence stopping where the sun gave us a wonderful light. Marisa and Brett are the perfect couple that all photographers would like to have because their naturalness, their complicity, and their tangible love have made this engagement photography service in Florence really spontaneous and sincere.
I did very little, if not press the finger on the shutter button.
I decided to publish a small preview of engagement photographs in Florence in black and white because these beautiful guys with their elegance reminded me of an atmosphere of the past and the black and white make this idea very well. But I’m curious to know what you think.
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