Italian Wedding Photographer Price and Services


My goal is tell your way of say “thank you” to your partner and to the people who are close to you every day.


I always think of marriage as the desire to say thank you.
Thanks to your partner, of course.
But also thanks to all the people who are close to you every day and who have supported you step by step in creating a new family.

This you were already, probably, but this you will certainly become: a new family.
My photography will make you feel grateful for all the relationships that make your love strong.
The images that I will shoot will make you feel loved in the most spontaneous way possible.

During your wedding I won’t just do a reportage capturing your emotions whith candid shots but I will also be available for family and friends group photos if you wish and I won’t miss the settings and the wedding decorations like flowers etc…

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My wedding will be intimate/majestic and will take place by the sea/mountain/city.

It will be a good fit for you?

If you are imagining your wedding as a party to share with the people you love, yes.

The place doesn’t matter, the clothes or the flowers you have chosen to celebrate are not important…

The fact is that you want to crown your love story by sharing this day with the people around you.

Do you work with second shooters or assistant?

I usually work alone, so that I can go unnoticed and guarantee you maximum freedom.
But when I have to shoot large and chic weddings, I love to have a second professional photographer who helps me.

This could be helpful, for example, when I have to shoot bride and groom “getting ready moments” in different locations because we just spread out and follow our bride or groom making sure not to miss any special moment.
I also love the idea to have a second and different point of view.


What every client will receive:

  • full day coverage (up to 10 hours) photo service
  • approx. 500 high resolution images. print release included
  • gallery online password protected, to download and share photos


What every client will receive:

  • full day coverage (up to 10 hours) photo service
  • 1 short video trailer (up tp 3 min.)
  • 1 LONG VIDEO (UP to 15 min.)

How far in advance should we book you for our Italian destination wedding?

It is advisable to hire me as soon as you have finalized your wedding date and venue.

I tend to get booked quickly during peak wedding season, from March to September.

How do we hire you?

Drop me a line so I can understand your needs.

If you would you like to hire me as a wedding photographer, once we have checked availability and chosen packages and services, I will ask to you to fill a contract and to pay a 50% of the amount we agreed as a first deposit to book the date.
I will ask to pay the balance within a week before the wedding day.

Luca is insanely talented!! 
Working with Luca from start to finish was amazing!! 
He is so polite and funny and made us feel so comfortable being in front of the camera – our guests loved him too! We are obsessed with how our photographs turned out, some of the most beautiful pictures I’ve ever seen!




Hello! I’m here to help.

Whether you need more information or have any doubts, I’m available to assist you.

Feel free to reach out, and I’ll get back to you as soon as possible.

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