The most beautiful destiny for a photo is to finish inside an album of memories.

Daniele Vertelli – Destination Wedding Photographer in italy

The job of a wedding photographer is a very strenuous one, the general population can not imagine how much study and sacrifice goes into every shot, a job that is chosen from passion only.

daniele vertelli destination wedding in italy
daniele vertelli destination wedding photographer in italy

It takes away many things, like your private life, we are always travelling to some part of the world to immortalise moments. It is a physical commitment most of the time pushing you to the limit, you must always be up to date, artistically and technically, but to be a wedding photography you must add a little of yourself to the sentiments, which means offering moments of happiness.

What is photography if not the desire of man to capture immortality. The happiness in the eyes of my clients is the greatest reward. You understand that your work will become part of a family’s most treasured memories. I remember at a young age flipping through my parents wedding album many times , and even today when so many things have changed, submerging myself in those photographs helps remember where I come from, and that I was born from love.

“The most beautiful destiny for a photo is to finish inside an album of memories.”

I’m Daniele Vertelli



I’ve always been a happy child and I had many secret wishes maybe the biggest one was becoming a professional photographer. When I was a child I often had a flip through magazines of photography books and I dreamed to take as beautiful pictures as those I looked there. I hold my first camera in my hand when I was 9 years old, it was my mother’s present and from then on I’ve never stopped to take pictures of the world that surrounds me.

Join me now and let us embark on this journey


Discover the awards that shaped my narrative and perhaps anticipate more chapters to unfold in the future. Click below to explore the honors that have become a cherished part of my photographic legacy.

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