Alessandro Pucci is a wedding photographer and wedding filmmaker. He lives in Tuscany and work troughout Italy. He realize digital photo service, analogic photo service and instant photography service with Polaroid and Fuji Instax. In this time lapse video Alessandro is mounting an Handmade in Italy photo album. In this video Alessandro is using a Made in Italy leather Album and hi is customizing the interna page with glossy matte paper.
Alessandro Pucci is wedding filmmaker in Tuscany and works throughout Italy. Alessandro and his staff use technology FULLHD and UltraHD 4K. Here a trailer taken from a wedding video shot in Naples for Delia and Linton, a beautiful couple: she' s from Caserta and he 's from Chicago. Linton is a basketball player, and won two championships with the Chicago Bulls.
Delia e Linton Wedding Cinema from Alessandro Pucci Foto Video on Vimeo.
Alessandro Pucci é um fotógrafo de casamento e cineasta. Vive na Toscana e trabalha em toda a Itália. Ele tem muita experiência com casais casados estrangeiros, especialmente americanos e brasileiros.
Fotografo Casamento Italia
Alessandro realiza serviços de foto e filmagem de casamento em toda a Itália e trabalha na Toscana em Florença Arezzo Siena e Bolonha. GALLERY FOTO e GALLERY FILMAGEM
A short Gallery from a Tuscany Wedding in Florence. Sometimes my work as wedding photographer is extraordinary. When you see a family that is born and grows went on his way toward the future. Best wishes to Andrea e Carlotta for their baby born in November 2014.
My wedding photography portfolio
Wedding in Polaroid is a staff of Tuscany Wedding Photographer and Tuscany Wedding Filmmaker. Alessandro Pucci and his staff can shot the entire event including the photo booth with props using instant cameras. You can book the two services separately and require only 1 of 2. All the instaphotos taken can be applied with glue stick on a guestbook or on a Photowall. Pictures are taken with analog cameras Fuji Instax 210 size cm 6,2x9,9 or with Polaroid classic square 1x1.
Wedding videography can trace its roots back to before the advent of the modern video camera through 8mm and 16mm films. When film was the only way to capture moving pictures, a few enterprising individuals would take the family 8mm camera and film the weddings of friends and family. These film cameras had a major limitation in the form of 4-minute load times. After exposing 4 minutes of film the operator would have to load a new film cartridge. The high cost of processing and the fact the majority...