One of the best italians weddings photographers, Stefano love works with couples that choose Italy or Austria especially (first is native country and the second is adoptive country) and the magnificents and magics places are in for them marriages: Venice, Wien, Carinthia’s lakes, Garda lake, Friuli region, Treviso and Graz, just to say some one of them, the most famous places where he shooted weddings and portraits.
“My very good skills is because I worked as a photojournalist for many years for national and international magazines around the world ( Corriere della sera, Repubblica , Sole 24 ore, Bell’europa and much more ) and like a fashion and advertising photographer assigned by big companies and marketing agencies……but I am a portrait photographer and weddings is definitely where I make my living and where I feel good and I can add the most value within the profession and artform. My clients are the centre stage of my photography. I create with an open heart dedicated exclusively to them. The inspiration to tell their wedding story comes from the connection between us. My images are deeply embedded with sincere emotions. They are made to evoke the strongest feelings about life. I like to incorporate and explore with nature, lighting, fun, darkness, happiness, sadness, and at the end of it, I want my work to move you, even if its just for a moment, or to create something you can be proud of and cherish for life.  My approach in wedding photography is photojournalistic style focused on the people, emotion and what people feel in that day, expression, natural poses, but, never forget the artistic side.  I am a worldwide destination photographer based in Udine, Nova Gorica and Villach”.   Stefano Lunardi has been awarded by IPA International Photo Awards in New York, this year (2016) with 2 awards, 2nd place in wedding category and 1st place in fine art Special category. Last year Stefano won the 3rd place in wedding category showing the ability and consistence results he can get each year in own passionate work.

 

 

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