Amalfi Coast Wedding Photographer Guido Tramontano Guerritore

I am a documentary wedding photographer based on Amalfi Coast, serving popular wedding destinations such as Ravello, Positano and Sorrento, Tuscany and Apulia. I also work throughout Italy and worldwide. My work is an expression of what I am most passionate about: storytelling, simplicity and human interaction. I see beauty in everything, everyone. My aim is to reflect the genuine essence of the couple by capturing their real emotions.

I love catching candid moments such as tears, smiles, or joy. I am always on the lookout for all those genuine feelings that couples and guests experience at just every wedding.
I never ask people to pose for the camera since I find those shots are flat and boring. They simply don’t convey any emotions. However, I know that there is always a must-take wedding photo checklist, and will ensure that all those shots are taken.

My goal is to create an amazing story made of compelling photos, and make you relive the magic of your wedding day. I capture each story with a unique and creative way, working only with available light, and making a wide use of strong and artistic compositions. My approach is unobtrusive and relaxed. I document with discretion the natural fun and romance of the wedding day as it unfolds, without interfering in any way with the events. As a result, most of the time you will just barely notice that I am even there.

To get an idea of my style, check out my portfolio, a collection of wedding images that best represent my vision. Besides weddings, I am also passionate about landscape photography. Check out my work here. If you think I am the right photographer to document your wedding day, then just get in touch, I look forward to hearing your story.
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Your Dream Photos on the Amalfi Coast to Relive your wedding day. Forever.

Capturing emotions is not easy. Mere moments, brief, intense, impalpable.
It’s a thrill each time I catch one, because I know that moment will live forever through my lens.
It’s not easy, it takes skill and talent, sensitivity and generosity, it takes passion.
That’s the challenge of my work, and that’s what makes it creative, unique, and always evolving.