WHEN IN ROME…

WHEN IN ROME….
 
Whether you live in the Eternal City or elsewhere, in Italy or abroad, getting married in Rome is often a dream come true.
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I was in Rome last Sunday, shooting with and for Andrea Mortini for  Marco Donghia and Ilenia Paracino  , in a very warm afternoon right in the city centre and a lovely night “al fresco” in Frascati.
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This was the wedding of Eleonora and Emanuele.
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I loved the good spirit of the groom getting ready with his witness and his emotional interview with the videomaker, when he told us about his love story;
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I loved the dramatic/romantic atmosphere in Rome’s Church of Saint Prisca, its facade almost hidden between two buildings, so that you cannot see it until you actually face it (every Church in Rome is a little treasure, and the Church of Saint Prisca is definitely no exception to this);
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I loved the hugging and laughter outside, and the classy reception in a Villa set in the Roman hills;
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I even loved the tidal wave of champagne soaking guests and photographers just after the cutting of the cake…
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Therefore, think about it…how would you like to get married in Rome..?
 
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Wedding photographer back at work

Phase 2 of the lockdown started two days ago and professional photographers like me are now available for and very willing to work again, as long as they comply with social distancing and hygiene rules and regulations, possibly including the recommendations of the National Association of Professional Photographers, of which I am a member.

These are hard times and we all want to go back to work.

Travelling for tourism is not yet allowed, nor are foreign travellers allowed to or expected to travel to Italy for the time being.
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But the time will come when this is just a bad memory and we will have the pleasure of welcoming foreign friends again.
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Until that time, please keep safe and enjoy the little things in life. Spend time with your loved ones and dream..
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Above all, make plans…

Think of your next journey to Italy because, as a major British paper pointed out a few days ago, there are at least “.. twenty reasons why you’ll all return to Italy when this is finally over..” (https://www.telegraph.co.uk/travel/destinations/europe/italy/articles/italy-reasons-to-go-back/)
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I will try and keep you up-to-date on our situation with my bilingual posts, here on my website blog or on facebook (https://www.facebook.com/mariagiulia.larosa ) or my Instagram page mariagiulia_larosa (https://www.instagram.com/mariagiulia_larosa/?hl=it ) and hope to see you soon.

We all need to smile again and you want, need and, quite frankly, deserve, lovely photos to remind you of the most meaningful moments in your life.

And I hope I’ll have the pleasure to be the one to make this wish come true and bring your dreams to light with my work.