Wednesday, November 16, 2011

A Quiet Moment in Rome.

Can you find a quiet moment in Rome? Well yes you can and it's one of the reasons why I love going there. This was a great example, Davey and Fiona had just got engaged (you can see the pictures on here) and then we went on a little walking portrait tour to get some nice images to give them something to look back on in the future.
We took all of these on a late Saturday morning in September around some of Rome's busiest landmarks, The Trevi Fountian, the Spanish Steps and Piazza del Popolo. And with a bit of knowledge and forward planning it wasn't too hard to get these great shots in some lovely intimate spots.
Since Davey had proposed in the gardens of the Villa Borghese we started our photoshoot there. 

 It's a beautiful quiet spot away from the bustle of Rome and a short walk to the Piazza del Popolo where you can get some outstanding views of Rome

 Even though the Piazza itself was busy, with a little patience and some careful positioning it was still possible to get a nice intimate shot.

 From Piazza del Popolo to the Spanish steps it's a pleasant walk with plenty of opportunities to take some lovely shots. The owner of this property was very patient and happy to let us use her doorway to make this shot!

 And as we continued on from the Spanish Steps to the Trevi Fountain there were plenty of spots like these to take advantage of.

 And to finish off just behind the Trevi fountain we got a selection of shots here.

Now all of these were taken on a busy morning in Rome so remember if you want to get some great couple shots in Rome don't be afraid to walk around just behind some of the iconic landmarks. If you do you will often be well rewarded by finding some great spots like these.

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