Fulvio Greco Films

PRO+ Member
Member since: 16 March, 2019
Category:Videographer

About

I believe in the art of storytelling; capturing all the great and small moments as they unfold, and to make them last forever.
The way I see it, each wedding video is a film; it doesn’t simply comprise of some shots with music and special effects, but is rather a work of art, each with its own stars and nuances which make every single event a unique and exclusive reality. My philosophy is to create spontaneous and dynamic videos based on shooting and editing rules relative to the world of cinema

How did you get into the wedding industry?

I am a documentarist graduated from the "Roberto Rossellini" school of Cinema in Rome.
I always liked to tell stories, this is something that excites me ...
In life, each day differs from the previous one, there is always something new happening, there are always new stories.
If I were one of those who concentrates just on recording the wedding I would be one of many; I, on the other hand, concentrate on the stories ...and stories never end ..."

Tell us about one of your best experiences at work?

Traveling around the world living the stories of many people is a unique experience.
In marriage the greatest gratification is to see couples who appreciate my work and who show me their desire to always have me.

What equipment do you use?

every single piece of equipment is language.
I use the latest equipment, from Canon 5 d M4 to Sony.
I love the stability of images but also the use of images by hand in some moments.
This is the cinematographic language that emphasizes the different moments of the story.

What's your favorite part of the wedding day? Why?

There is not a part of my favorite marriage.
Everything is part of a magical journey that alternates moments with changing emotions.

Any advice for Brides and Grooms?

Be yourself, enjoy your most beautiful day.
When you choose a professional, look beyond the images, try to understand if the video you just saw leaves you a message, an emotion.

Any personal advice for fellow Photographers & Videographers?

A new season is about to start ... train! :)))