Turin

Best wedding photographers in Turin, Italy

Turin is known as the birthplace of Arte Povera, home to the Turin Shroud, and the best wedding photographers! With our unique directory, it’s easy to find Turin’s best wedding photographers. The Fearless Photographers directory ranks top awarded Turin wedding photographers first to give you many excellent choices for your special day!  

Luigi Rota

Arriving from Como, Italy
2 Fearless Awards
I was born in Lecco on Lake Como, Italy, in 1973. Since I was14 years old I have had a passion for photography which I inherited from my two parents, both photographers. Today I am the owner of Studio Photo Fotorota based in Lecco (Italy) and coordinate a team of photographers and associates who work with me. I mainly specialize in reportage weddings. I work with many agencies and major companies. Many of my images have won awards for national and international competitions. With my photographs I take part in exhibitions. I made numerous editorials for national and international journals. I am an active member of the most important associations for wedding photographers, including: WPJA. AGWPJA, ISPWP, WPPI and Best of Wedding Photography. In 2007 I have received the important qualification in wedding photography QEP recognized by the FEP in Europe.

I work with popular wedding magazines: Vogue, White, Elle and others. In 2008 I was selected as a photographer from the NPS Nikon Europe, right after I was elected as teacher for workshops organized by the project with Nikon School in Italy. In 2009, I embarked on the adventure as teacher for courses and professional workshops on photojournalism wedding photography, taking many courses in several Italian cities. I work in postproduction and teaching courses in software such as Adobe Photoshop and Adobe Lightroom. I dedicate much time to research and experimentation to improve and expand my work.

In my wedding reportage work, I try to capture real moments unique to each wedding, I look to capture the true emotions and sensations that people feel. I always use ambient light to keep the realism of the scene. With my recent research in wedding photography, I find a similarity with the photo in the film with the light of the cinema just as the photographer, I look to document and capture everything just how I am in front of me. With my reportage I want to tell a story in every wedding, my photographs must transmit the same sensations and emotions to the viewer. I love the black and white photographs for strong contrasts between light and shadow.

Edoardo Agresti

Arriving from Milan, Italy
My photography in one word? Photojournalism. Wedding photography? A travel reportage! That's how I try to turn each job into a voyage: be it a feast in India or a wedding service. What is otherwise a wedding, if not a journey? If you try and analyze it, you will find many similar characteristics right from the start: the getting ready, the planning, the anxiety, the joy, trepidation with the extra factor of the unknown being thrown in on how it will end. These are all the elements a good photo reporter is confronted with. This is how I find myself being an interpreter of emotions on the day; trying to capture a look, a moment of being lost, a smile, a tear, a gesture of affection, a hug from a sincere friend.

The couple is free to move, amongst friends, guests or walking to or from places to represent past memories, and I, always in a discrete manner, try to catch every single one of those precious moments. Without construction, without "striking a pose", without creation fiction, without invading their private space, without falseness. I try to transmit their energies!

Roaming in Florence or in the hills of Tuscany, on the Amalfi coast or in the small streets of Rome or Venice, amongst the skyscrapers of New York, in the city of London or along the streets of jazz in New Orleans, between the vineyards or in a regional market or simply walking alone or amid people or just drinking an aperitif with friends during the reception. Then I continue during the party when the atmosphere becomes more informal. If you desire we can also spend time for a Creative Portrait session, but in a different way from the formal classical shots.

Take a look on my website and you realize which is my photography.
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