Nice to Meet You!
A Little More of Me
My name is Giuliana Covella I’m an Italian wedding photographer and I live in Gioia del Colle, near Bari, Apulia, Italy.
Come from an artistic family, to follow in the family tradition I have started as graphic designer in 1999 in Milan on to “iperMedia” and photography, at that time, was just my preferred hobby.
During that period I have travelled a lot and in London I have met a great italian artist, Dino Palmisano, who has changed my life.
He taught me to discover colors and lights and it made to grow up my passion for art and photography that will become my work once returned to Italy.
Back in my town, Gioia del Colle, since 2001 I have started to frequent different courses about graphic and interactive softwares, like Photoshop and Flash, and in 2002 I have started to work as post producer and photo/video reporter in EXXA. There I have developed a lot of beautiful projects working as videoreporter and graphic teacher, then in 2007 I have started to study Communication at Perugia’s University and I have established a collaboration with a great photographer, Ivano Losito, with I have worked until 2015, specializing in wedding photography.
Applying photojournalistic language to wedding I can tell the story of this so special day without create perfect scenes for every moment but simply capturing the truth and realism of the situations (saving emotions and atmosphere).
MY WEDDING PHOTOGRAPHY PHILOSOPHY
1. Images should transmit emotions and tells your true story. – Wedding photography is very intimate. I have to enter in your private spaces and intimity with maximus respect and umility.
2. I must still got it because many of life’s best moments are unexpected.
3. Always appreciate my clients because they enable me to do what I love.
4. Strive for technical and compositional perfection in every image to give you a professional product – As photographer I am constantly in unusual lighting situations with significant time constraints. A professionist is able to adjust camera settings quickly, anticipate lenses needed for each scene, use on and off-camera lighting techniques, etc. are crucial to being able to create a professional product that has the valued that you are paying for.