A city for a thousand tales

July 15, 2012  •  Leave a Comment

 

Anyone who has already been there, would agree that Venice is as an ideal setting for any kind of story. Shakespeare had two of his most famous plays: Otello and The Merchant of Venice, set there; Thomas Mann had the main character of his Death in Venice spending his last days in the city; movies like Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade, Casino Royale and Everyone Says I love You feature shot in Venice; and Hugo Pratt had most of his Corto Maltese cartoon saga taking place here.

At the same time, venice is no common setting at all. The city is likely to take the stage itself and act as the main character: in movies like “Bread & Tulips”, for instance, the plot is almost a pretext to show the narrow alleys, squares, ancient palaces, channels, smalls hops, walking-by citizens, and boats, so typical of this unique city.

If you are planning to travel to Venice, planning a photo shooting session might be a good idea. If you are going to spend there a weekend, your holidays or engagement proposal, pre-wedding, wedding or honeymoon a photographic session will ensure you high-quality pictures to remember some magical moments.

Nevertheless, be careful…you might have to fight hard against the exhibitionist personality of this city! Well, just let Venice be the co-protagonist of your photo-story …it’s the best you can do


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