Photo In Loco is a new concept of travel photography.
It was created for unhurried and extraordinarily journeys – that unforgettable romantic trip, or the dreamy family trip prepared to the details, or the amazing and inspiring solo journey. Photo In Loco is a photographic experience for travelers with a passion for authenticity. It is a shooting session on location, in your trip.
Photographic sessions are always an unique experience. Graziela Gilioli photographs “in loco”, with the real scenarios as the background. That’s why it’s called “Photo In Loco” – the photograph in place. In a soft and engaging atmosphere Graziela Gilioli captures free, unposed images in locations around the world. Graziela Gilioli is looking for the understanding about human relationships and the choices we make in order to live well. After many years of study in different fields and many trips around the world she has discovered that moments of harmony and joy can arise from the smallest of things – the click of a shutter.
Photo In Loco was created to celebrate the reality of the Present Time through the art of Photography. The Present Time is all we have, and savoring this time is what brings joy to our lives. Photo In Loco is a memorable photographic experience, a truly unique one and it lasts forever!
In this summer of 2017, exclusively in the months of June, July, and August, 2017, you will have the chance to book a shooting session in Tuscany. Choose one of those collections’s locations that matches your style as the backdrop for your pictures.
The following are the collections’s locations.
“Dolce far niente’’ – an Italian way of saying “ the delight of doing nothing”- this is a smooth-running photographic session in the external areas of your hotel.
“Vineyards & Sacred places” is the collection you can choose two different locations in the Montalcino region. You choose the vineyards or sacred places such as the Cappella della Madonna di Vitaleta and Sant’Antimo’s Abbey.
“Seaside & Etruscan villages” is the collection you choose three different photographic settings. The beaches of Porto Ercole or Punta Ala, and the San Bruzio Monastery, and Etruscan villages such as Sorano or Sovana.
Try it! It’s fun, it’s meaningful. And back home, when your eyes rest on the images that emerged from those clicks you will live those same moments again and again forever. It lasts a lifetime.