It’s funny how I won’t photograph a wedding at a certain venue for a little while and then suddenly I’ll get booked for almost back to back weddings at the same venue. This happened back in September/October when I photographed this first wedding for Andrew and Iona at The Rowantree and then several weeks later I photographed a wedding for Dave + Jen at The Caves.
I’ve photographed a few weddings at the Rowantree now and it’s still one of the most difficult venues to photograph at but I still absolutely love it. I just love the atmosphere and the fact it really looks like a cave inside, it’s awesome.
I won’t write a lot for this blog post as I’m up to my eyeballs in work but suffice to say it was a great wedding despite my day being quite short. Once again the venue was quite difficult to work with but I really like how the photos turned out. Andrew and Iona were a pleasure to work with, the few guests I talked to were really lovely and everything ran really smoothly just as it always does at this venue.
It was also really great being able to take extra photos at the National Museum of Scotland again. Quite often I’m asked by couples if there’s a contingency plan if it rains (hey it’s Scotland, chances of rain are quite high) and this is a tricky one. Sadly you can’t really just walk inside any venue and take photos. You can often take photos in the grounds but then you face weather issues again. So I suggested the National Museum of Scotland. It’s a beautiful, well lit spacious venue and even though it meant taking photos with people in the venue, this didn’t really affect us too much and the cost of the permit is extremely reasonable.
Hope you like the photos below.