“Your day is once in a lifetime experience.
I’m sure my photography will capture your amazing timeless love!”


ITALIAN WEDDING PHOTOGRAPHER

Hi all,
I’m Luca Tibberio an Italian wedding photographer, who loves portraits and documentary wedding photography.
Welcome to my web site, “destination wedding photography”.

I lives between Le Marche and Tuscany.
The place where I live is a little, stunning and medieval town on the hills of Romagna.

I enjoy my life in the central Italy, close to Venice, Florence, Rome, and not so far from Amalfi Coast.
I work usually throughout Italy.

I’m also available for destination wedding photography in Europe, Greece, Mexico….. worldwide!


italy wedding photographer

I love meeting people and telling their stories, turning moments in memories. I love style and elegance and I work with passion and discretion.
Here you can read something more about me.
I hope you enjoy my web site and if you love my style and my pictures, you can say hello here!

“I will help you
to tell
your timeless wedding story.”


ITALY WEDDING PHOTOGRAPHER

If you dream to tell your love story, a photo session is probably the best way. You don’t have to be a model. You have to be simply yourself.
All the people have a lot of beauty waiting to be shown.

My approach is simple, relaxed and friendly.
I try to make comfortable every minute spent with me.
I don’t pretend to be the best italian wedding photographer, but I know I can be special for all my client.

italian wedding photographer

GETTING MARRIED IN ITALY

Getting married in Italy could be an unforgettable experience.
This country could offer awesome cities such as Florence, Venice and Rome, full of history and charm.

If you prefer countryside and nature, you could choose Tuscany and Puglia.

If the sea is your passion,  the Amalfi Coast or Sicily are full of little towns  with stunning panorama.

As you prepare your wedding, remember that you have to come here in Italy with some documents: passport, birth certificate, baptismal certificate (if you want to get married in church) and an “atto notorio” that you can get in the Italian consulate nearest to your residence.

Once in Italy, you will need to get a nulla osta/affidavit and a declaration of intention to marry. It sounds complicated, isn’t?

Don’t worry about this! A lot of wedding planner could drive you in the bureaucracy.
My task will be to tell your story and to shoot amazing photos in stunning locations, in a relaxed and spontaneous way.