LISA POGGI

Harper’s Bazaar (Australia) - - Contributors -

Shoot­ing the wed­ding of Lindy Rama-el­lis (nee Klim) and Adam El­lis at the rus­ti­cluxe prop­erty Conti di San Boni­fa­cio in Tus­cany was a dream as­sign­ment for the Ital­ian wed­ding pho­tog­ra­pher. Shoot­ing Lindy’s wed­ding was

… “ex­tremely re­lax­ing. I’m used to des­ti­na­tion wed­dings in Italy and world­wide that have an enor­mous amount of plan­ning and [where] ev­ery de­tail is staged per­fectly, but Lindy and Adam’s wed­ding was ex­actly the op­po­site. Ev­ery­one was su­per re­laxed, easy­go­ing and wel­com­ing, and that made me feel like I was part of a big, happy fam­ily.” I love Tus­cany be­cause …

“it’s my home­land and I’ve never found a bet­ter light to shoot than here. I’ve trav­elled all around the world, but the golden light that shines on olive groves at sun­set is just mag­i­cal.and the food, of course!” Shoot­ing wed­dings is dif­fer­ent to other forms of pho­tog­ra­phy

be­cause … “you get the chance to see hu­man be­ings on one of the best days of their lives.you get to ex­pe­ri­ence love ev­ery week­end or so — a glance of pure bliss when you look into a groom’s eyes when he sees his bride for the first time. I live for th­ese mo­ments and I re­ally, re­ally couldn’t be more grate­ful for this.”

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