The Art of Romance

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Rochelle Cheever provides photography for destination weddings around the world, including Santorini, Provence, Paris, and Venice. I specialize in destination elopement photography and intimate weddings in California, Kauai, honeymoons in Montenegro or Mexico, and celebrations in Barcelona or Bali.

Wedding Collections are offered in tiers, ranging from the basic photographic coverage to elopement planning, wedding day design, fine art albums and prints. Custom packages can include destination engagement session, individualized wedding day itinerary, online gallery for viewing + ordering prints, recommendation to European and international vendors through our exclusive referral list, and custom photo albums and digital negatives.

ELOPEMENTS start at $2900

WEDDINGS start at $4500

ENGAGEMENTS start at $950

PORTRAITS start at $750

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Specializing in destination

I specialize in destination intimate weddings and elopement and I love to travel. I have photographed weddings throughout Italy: Rome, Venice, Lake Como, Puglia, Florence, Tuscany, Capri. Positano, Sorrento, Umbria and more.

Internationally, I have photographed in Dubrovnik –Croatia, Kotor-Montenegro, Geneva-Switzerland, California, Big Sur, Hawaii, Paris, Provence, South of France, Santorini, UK and Massachusetts. And, I am fluent both in Italian and English with some knowledge of French.



Before the big day, I take time to get to know you as a couple. We’ll discuss your inspirations, destinations, likes and dislikes through Skype calls or in-person coffee dates. Every couple is unique, with their own story and romantic journey. I’m ready to capture yours.

To book a date, a signed agreement and a deposit is required. Once your date is confirmed, together we’ll fine tune your photographic itinerary with a questionnaire, a Pinterest board along with a pre-wedding meeting.

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Film Photography

Film Photography

When people hear the term “Film Photography” they often think I’m referring to video rather than still images, . So let me clarify what Film Photography is.

Film Photography is the use of a camera to expose photographic film to light in order to take a picture. Used since the late 1800s, the film is a chemical emulsion on a plastic substrate that is sensitive to light. Today’s film roll can take between 15 and 35 exposures. The negatives are then processed in a lab.

I am a film photographer. After testing all sorts of cameras, film stock and settings, I now use my own favorite formula to create my signature images.


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