A leisurely afternoon photo shoot with friends to remember the time together in Rome. Trastevere is great for a stroll, with its many shops and cafes, and beautiful views. Ponte Sisto, a famous pedestrian bridge, is a great place to watch the sun go down, in good company.
Tanya and her friends wanted a fun photo shoot in Trastevere, on a nice and warm afternoon. A two-couple photo shoot is a fantastic way to remember your time in Rome. We started in Piazza Santa Maria in Trastevere, where, in agreement with boys, had the girls surprised by their respecting boyfriends carrying flowers. Once I got that on camera and the element of surprise was out of the way, we started exploring the innards of Trastevere. I was like a fly on the wall to them and caught every opportunity I could. Every now and then, Tanya and her friend would stop and I would do my best to capture them within a context, to tell a story. Shortly after we made a quick stop at Piazza Trilussa and then moved on to Sisto Bridge. After a few shots on the bridge we climbed down to the Tiber riverbank for some romantic and fun shots. As the sun was about to set, we wrapped up our photo shoot back up on the bridge with a nice group selfie.
It should come as no surprise to that more and more couples are coming to Rome for their engagements or surprise proposals. They all look for iconic, stylish, elegant and strong portrait photography.
A very charming and elegant couple from Mexico, who wanted to be portraied at Trevi Fountain and the Colosseum.
A beautiful day at the Trevi Fountain with Karen & Alex, a sweet couple from the States, who picked the Trevi Fountain for its beauty and grandeur.
Afsana picked the perfect day for a shoot. A clear sky and a beautiful sun were the right premises for light and airy photos.