Engagement Photography Amalfi Coast NH Hotel Gran Convento di Amalfi

Engagement Photography Amalfi Coast NH Hotel Gran Convento di Amalfi

Engagement Photography Amalfi Coast NH Hotel Gran Convento di Amalfi

This amazing couple comes from Switzerland to Amalfi for their holiday.

They stayed at the amazing NH Hotel Grand Convento di Amalfi and they want a photographic memory of their holiday and the time that they spent together.
This place located in a historic 13th century monastery, with a cloister and the famous “Passeggiata dei Monaci”. We used those amazing place as a scenery of our shooting. The cloister was very inspiring for me and walkway used by the monks was a good point of view to enjoy the garden and the amazing panorama of the coastline.

The swimming pool was amazing too for great pictures. We were lucky that no one was there and i use the water as a natural mirror of the wonderful panorama of Amalfi Coast. The engagement session was very nice and funny and the couple was beautiful and very friendly with me.

It was a real pleasure to meet Inna and Roman. I felt so grateful to do what I like and for the amazing person that I met in my life.

Engagement Photography Amalfi Coast NH Hotel Gran Convento di Amalfi

Engagement Photography Amalfi Coast NH Hotel Gran Convento di AmalfiEngagement Photography Amalfi Coast NH Hotel Gran Convento di AmalfiEngagement Photography Amalfi Coast NH Hotel Gran Convento di Amalfihugging in the cloister in the Grand Hotel Convento di AmalfiEngagement Photography Amalfi Coast NH Hotel Gran Convento di Amalfi
couple are hugging in front of the swimming pool that reflect the amalfi coastEngagement Photography Amalfi Coast Grand Hotel Convento di Amalfiwalking int he beautiful garden of Grand Hotel Amalfitaking the hand couple photographyamazing view of amalfi coast

Curiosity: The Amalfi coast is famed for its production of Limoncello. A liqueur and the area is a known cultivator of lemons. The right name is “sfumato amalfitano”, and usually they are long and at least double the size of other lemons. It is common to see lemons growing in the terraced gardens along the entire Amalfi coast between February and October.

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