CIAO, I'M ALBERTO
Do you want to know something about me?
I'm a destination wedding photographer based in Padova, Italy and around the world, which, if you're here, I suppose you already know.
What you might not know yet is that I'm a traveler at heart and that I had the opportunity to capture weddings in every continent.
It's what I love and what I will keep doing until my finger no longer allows me to click that magic button and freeze time forever.
One thing I love is: sharing. That's not different when I photograph.
I don't create images for you, but with you.
More than photos, I want to capture feelings...
And stories... Telling and hearing stories makes my heart beat faster.
I love them as they carry so many details and emotions with them
and as time and time again I get carried away to the place where they happened.
Honestly, is there anything more beautiful than a love story?
Stories are transmitted from generation to generation,
a souvenir to cherish forever, just like your photos.
MY RULES TO LIVE BY:
- Leave nothing on the plate
- Travel to countries where they speak a language I don't know
- To love
- Respect animals ( If it wasn't for the affettati - yuumm!!- I was possibly vegetarian)
- Comfort zone? No thanks
- Read and listen to music on rainy days
- Eat pizza for breakfast
- Try not to cry when people put pineapple on their pizza
- Spend more time outdoor than indoor
Hannah & Anthony // Australia
“Alberto does not simply take photos, he captures moments. The photos are raw, filled with emotion and capture perfectly the love shared between my partner and I. The entire process was a breeze, from the moment of enquiry to receiving the final photos. Both myself and my partner can be camera shy but we were both extremely relaxed with Alberto, it was like having a photo shoot with your best friend. Thank you so much Alberto for everything!”
My favourite things
My favourite things
I grew up in Padova, a city in the Veneto region, but it is in Rotzo, a little mountain village, I lost my heart. It's also the spot where I lighted my first fire, pinched first tent and where I experimented with self-made potato-guns (don't try this at home)!! And where I still come back today to respite.