Best Couple Photo Session Rome Colosseum Italy

Best Couple Photo Session Rome Colosseum Italy

Best Couple Photo Session Rome Colosseum Italy

It was an amazing experience to shoot with this lovely couple. They are originally from Russia but they were born in USA.

They get married at 26 and they looks like they are in honeymoon.

They love Colosseum so we start hour session very early in the morning, Rome is quite busy in the summertime and is always a good idea to shoot and to visit it at sunrise.

The photo session was nice smooth and funny, we had a good time.

Here a small preview of the shooting

Best Couple Photo Session Rome Colosseum Italyhanding the hand with the colosseum in the backgroundBest Couple Photo Session Rome Colosseum ItalyRomantic walking photography couple holding handcouple walking photography in romecouple hugging photography with a leg lifta your couple looking with the colosseum in the background with sunrisea your couple looking with the colosseum in the backgroundembracing with the big arch of constantine in the backgroundlooking forward with the arch of Costantineshe embrace him from behind, the colosseum on the backsitting on the bridge looking at the colosseumlove photography with the colosseum in the backgroundclose up of the face looking at each other with the colosseum in the backgroundhugging on the bridge with the colosseum in the backgroundon the bridge with the colosseum in the backgroundlooking at the camera with a typical fiat 500looking at each other behind a typical roman doorhug behind a big typical roman doorcouple are walking under the arch on the stepscouple sitting on the steps in rome a couple are hugging

Curiosity:
The real name about Colosseum is Anfiteatro Flavio; the current name probably was generate for the fact that it was built was built near the giant statue of Colossus which was part of the Nero’s Park.
It was built for three reasons. As a gift to the Roman Citizens from the Flavian Dynasty to increase their popularity, to stage various forms of entertainment, and to showcase Roman engineering techniques to the world.
The southern side of the Colosseum collapsed in a massive earthquake in 847.

 

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