David wanted to propose by the water, and thought that the Trevi Fountain would provide the perfect setting. When he first contacted me he was adamant the Trevi Fountain would be the perfect location for his surprise proposal in Rome and I couldn't agree more. The Trevi Fountain provides a great degree of privacy ( as long as you get there early enough ) and the perfect amount of "iconicness" that only the Eternal City can provide. Everything was planned and when the day came, I was ready to capture the proposal. David waited for Kelsey to close her eyes and throw the proverbial coin into the Trevi Fountain to get down on his knee and propose
with a beautiful shiny ring. She uttered a resounding YES. So, after a couple of minutes of privacy, we kept shooting at the beautiful and iconic Trevi Fountain, and then set off for Piazza di Spagna. After a few due shots by "La Barcaccia", famous fountain located in Piazza di Spagna, a few more shots on the Spanish Steps, we headed towards the Pincio Gardens, with its beautiful overlook of Piazza del Popolo, that always provide many opportunities for initmate shots. After 45 minutes or so, we headed back to Piazza di Spagna and wrapped up our 2 hour photo session.
An amazing photographer for a surprise proposal! Since the get go ShootRome was extremely helpful in helping my now fiancé plan our surprise engagement. He helped him work through the details and deliver beautiful memories that we will cherish for years to come. Our pictures turned out beautifully and he was super easy to work with. Thank you so much!
A destination wedding photo shoot in Via Della Conciliazione and Castel Sant'Angelo, Rome.
A lovely couple during celebrating their engagement with a photo shoot at Piazza di Spagna and the Pincio Gardens.