Andrea Cittadini Photography - Engagement shooting in Florence

Engagement shooting in Florence

This engagement shooting in Florence is among the most beautiful ever.
A wonderful day in May with a blue sky and an ideal temperature for shooting at sunset.

I started this shooting in one of the most luxurious hotels in Florence, Belmond Hotel San Michele. From its colorful gardens you can enjoy one of the most evocative views of the city of Florence.
This is why it is one of the most sought-after venues for luxury weddings in Tuscany.

After a few moments of photography in the structure, with a taxi we reached the historic center of Florence, near the Uffizi museum. From there we started the photographic walk through the crowded streets of the city.

Among monuments, light cuts and reflections, Florence offers so many unexpected photographic opportunities to be “lost” hours in a few meters. I love it so much!
A perfect light at sunset on the Ponte Vecchio and a beautiful couple in love: what more can a photographer ask for?

Why choose Florence for an engagement photo shoot

Florence is a beautiful and romantic city, making it the perfect location for an engagement photo shoot. The city is known for its stunning architecture, art, and history, providing a range of breathtaking backdrops for the perfect engagement photos.

One of the main reasons to choose Florence for an engagement photo shoot in fact is the city’s beautiful architecture. The historic buildings, narrow streets, and charming bridges provide a romantic and intimate setting for the photos. The Ponte Vecchio, for example, is a famous bridge over the Arno river that is often used as a backdrop for engagement photos.

Another reason to choose Florence for an engagement photo shoot is the city’s rich artistic heritage. The galleries and museums of Florence are home to some of the most famous works of art in the world. Many couples choose to have their photos taken in front of these iconic works. The Uffizi Gallery is in fact home to a number of famous paintings, including works by Leonardo da Vinci and Michelangelo.

These guys were so enthusiastic about their engagement shooting in Florence that they also hired me for their elopement in France.

An excerpt from their elopement shoot can be found here.

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