About Elisabetta Marzetti
Elisabetta Marzetti is a destination wedding and editorial photographer based in Italy. Her work celebrates the elegant, emotive and cinematic aesthetic. The tones of her pictures are reminiscent of old paintings, while her background in fashion also shines through, infusing her frames with a modern, stylish edge. Elisabetta is drawn to images you can “feel” over those you just look at, and is always searching to capture those intimate, magical connections.
When she’s not travelling the world shooting weddings or speaking at international workshops and events, you’ll find Elisabetta relaxing with a good book or enjoying ‘offline’ experiences in quiet places.
Behind The Brand
How would you describe your photography style?
Editorial, cinematographic, emotive.
What is it that makes an image magical?
It depends of the feelings it is able to give you. I think it’s not about the picture but it’s about you.
What advice would you give to the camera-shy couple?
Trust in your photographer and live in the moment.
Do you travel interstate or internationally?
I travel internationally: recently I have been in South Africa, Barcelona and Canary Island. Next: Copenhagen, Paris and México. However, my passion remain my homeland: Italy.
As an estimate, how long does your editing process take?
I normally work on the pictures 1/2 weeks depending on the wedding. I deliver the wedding gallery a month and a half after the wedding.
Describe a magical moment from a wedding you’ve photographed…
It was not a moment but a whole wedding full of unforgettable moments: a Chinese couple living in New York came to Tuscany with their family to celebrate their love with a three days wedding. They spent a week all in the same Villa where they helped each other all the time to create the most beautiful wedding, from getting ready to the tea ceremony, flowers, food…everything! I could feel they love each other so much, as I never experienced before in my life. Every gesture, word or look was so full of love. Remembering those days I can say I felt part of the family and I shot the most honest photographs of my life.