The greatest gift that Amy gives to the wedded couple is a collection of stylish images that take you back, unerringly, to the day’s most special moments. Her ability to freeze-frame emotion and draw you through the story of the occasion is quite astonishing.
— Dave & Nina

Amy Turner: Wedding photographer in Italy.  Photojournalism, fashion & fine art photography.  A much-in-demand, destination wedding photographer based in Central Italy.  If you're looking for the best Italian Wedding Photographer, then check out my portfolio and consider it along with other great photographers in this wonderful country.

Creating images that are natural, fashionable & fun.

natural

Not everyone wishes to have posed images.  But, a beautiful bride sitting naturally in a Tuscan window allowed me to make use of the perfectly-soft Italian light and create this lovely image.

Fashionable

Whilst your wedding images are actually a great memory of the fashions of the day, I also love to create fashionable photographs too.  This only took a few seconds to setup and photograph.

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fun

I like to think I'm a people person.  No matter how 'invisible' photographers try to be, guests often chat & are more happily photographed when they are comfortable with the person behind the lens.

Find good quality light, anticipate...

 

Wedding photography is much more involved than snapping moments randomly and calling yourself a documentary photographer.  I have to position myself for the best quality of light and anticipate the moments & emotions.  I spend the majority of a wedding day working as a photojournalist.  I like to be invisible.  When I leave, if my clients & their guests say "we hardly noticed you" - then I'm happy!

 

 
Looking through the photos I cannot tell you how pleased we are - they are fabulous. You have made us look gorgeous and believe me that is some mean feat - I was worried as usually neither one of us are particularly photogenic! Needless to say there were tears looking through the photos as you have managed to capture every single emotion and event from the day. We are truly grateful and all the guests have been raving about how good you are!
— Rob & Vicky

It's not enough to just 'snap' the details.  It's about being creative too!

 

These days, a wedding photographer also has to be a good product photographer.  I work quickly to photograph the details, often using little more than available light, the immediate surroundings and whatever props I can find.