Ushuaia Wedding Photographer
Hello and welcome dear adventurous friends, thank you for stopping by. I am Francesco, I am an italian wedding photographer in Ushuaia. sounds strange? Let's go clear! I work in two worlds, Italy (born and raised) and Patagonia (in love). Luckily the wedding season happen in totally different period! Usually, I am wandering around Ushuaia from the end of October till March! Let's back to you! If you are here you are one of the few lucky persons planning your wedding in one of the last adventurous places of the entire world, Ushuaia is the southernmost point of the Endless Patagonia, so, you are going to be the southermost bride or groom of the world ? :).
Ushuaia is a place surrounded by a majestic and powerful nature.
If you love a wild and powerfull nature, you are at home. I am are sure that your wedding adventure will be amazing. Welcome! My wedding photography style is spontaneous, creative and documentary but at the same time romantic and timeless storytelling. We love to take images of couples in front of breathtaking backdrops as much as capture those little intimate moments that happen in between.
Please, to take a moment of your time and look at my portfolio and see some of the weddings I did in these last years.
… If you feel my photos have spoken to you and you like my style, then please do not hesitate and drop me a message
SO, HELLO again, if you are looking for your wedding photographer in Ushuaia, maybe the right one to best capture your special wedding day and all the precious moments that make your wedding an unforgettable magic dream, well, let me introduce you to my photography style.
Being a wedding photographer is not just a matter of a couple of clicks.
My wedding photography tells about emotions, about lifelong smiles, about knowing looks, about curiosity, about empathy. As a Wedding Photographer in Patagonia, I aim to make you feel ease during your wedding shooting, to let you be you. I aspire to capture the little things about you, the little in-between moments when you are together that mean a lot in the couple life. The way your hair dances in the wind, The glow in your eyes when you look at each other, the way he holds you tight, the way she loses in your hug, the way you laugh together.
All the above and much more is what I always look for in my newlyweds.
I am not saying I am the best wedding photographer around, but maybe the best that fit at your need and expectations.
My photography style is on the edge between reportage and portrait. I am not the kind who like poses, but more a storyteller and a stolen portraits lover, wedding reportage is what I do. Get in touch with me and we'll start an adventure together. If you believe I am the right photographer for you, if my style can be the one you are looking for, so, let me tell your wedding story in the most sincere and touching way possible. And I am not saying a word about the incredible surrounding natural landscape around all over the majestic Patagonia!!
Ok, follow me now! If you live there, Ok, YOU WIN! I can't say nothing more then your eyes have already seen, more than you have already experienced being there! At the opposite, if your still wandering about the Patagonia Feelings, well, let me suggest a starting point. Have you ever read any of Sepulveda or Chatwin books? Thery are two writer from Chile, the first, and british, the second? They wrote "a couple" of books about their travel in Patagonia. If you are not an adventurous couple, don't read them, if you don't like to get wet under the rain in the middle of the Patagonians land, just top here. Here's my favourite books, with a link to amazin...if you wish :).
Start with these two books. Then let me know :) I just wanna give you a couple of link Often described as “the end of the world,” this Southern region of Argentina / Chile is full of natural wonders. It spans several Argentinean provinces, a portion of the Tierra del Fuego archipelago, and part of Chile and is a truly magical place. Jagged mountain peaks, primeval glaciers, quaint seaside villages, rich pastoral steppes, and crystalline lakes make this part of the world unique. The area’s undisturbed beauty speaks of thousands of years ago, and it is protected within the confines of several national parks. To wake up in the morning and look out at the Torres del Paine is a rare and wonderful experience. The Torres del Paine (Torre Sur, Torre Central, Torre Norte) are granite monoliths eroded by glacial ice. The climate down here is pretty rough, especially in the very south – if you plan to do hiking/climbing and camping the best time for a trip is between the end of November and the beginning of March. ..SO WHAT ARE YOU WAITING FOR ? :)