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Nabis, wedding photographer tuscany: “The Tuscan countryside was built like a work of art by a refined people, the same people who ordered paintings and frescoes to its painters in the 15th century: this is the characteristic, the main feature drawn over the centuries in the design of the fields , in the architecture of Tuscan houses. It is amazing how these people have built their rural landscapes as if they had no other concern than beauty ”.Albert Camus
Your photographic shooting in Tuscany
Nabis is wedding photographer tuscany: we love to shoot wedding photographic reports Tuscany. We consider Tuscany a truly unique setting, its landscapes, according to everyone, are real works of art and each season gives us truly breathtakingly colored sets. Its green hills lend themselves as excellent backgrounds to photograph the newlyweds, while the long rows of vineyards, in addition to giving warm and natural colors, create a truly romantic and perfect atmosphere for our photo shoots
Wedding Photo setting in Tuscany
Getting married in Tuscany means celebrating your love surrounded by a splendid natural setting. But not only, Tuscany is also the land of Chianti, Brunello di Montalcino, Carmignano, Bolgheri Sassicaia, Morellino di Scansano etc. In fact, it is no coincidence that many of our spouses were also wine lovers! Excellent wines and dishes can be tasted by guests in the numerous locations available for the wedding reception in Tuscany.
There is an embarrassment of choice between castles, villas and historic homes, always immersed in the most romantic nature. We made wedding reportage in the sumptuous Villa Pitiana, a stone’s throw from Florence; to Villa Catignano with its splendid view over Siena; to Castello di Meleto, surrounded by the Chianti countryside; at Villa Bordoni in the Val d’Orcia, a Unesco World Heritage Site; in the splendid Borgo Stomennano, an ancient medieval residence with impeccable gardens; in the nineteenth-century village of Montestigliano, an ancient residence of farmers and farmers.