Wedding Photography in Edinburgh and Scotland
Are you Getting Married? How amazing!
I truly love wedding photography, it’s amongst if not my favourite type of photography. Over the past 10 years I’ve had the huge pleasure of photographing over 250 weddings. Even now after covering some venues dozens of times I still absolutely love my job. I love meeting new people and feel very lucky to be able to take a major part in their special wedding days.
Whether it’s a two hour registry office wedding or a 12-plus hour trek to Perthshire or further I absolutely love wedding photography.
So why hire a photographer? My uncle can take amazing photos and my friends phones take amazing photos? There are a multitude of reasons why you should hire a professional photographer. We have the experience and knowledge of how to work in every situation, we’re timekeepers on the day, we advise people what to do and of course we take really amazing quality photos.
While there’s always an element of posed photos at a wedding (group shots, couple’s shots after the ceremony) I largely work in a discreet fly-on-the-wall manner. My job is to capture special moments from the day but I also like to have fun with couple’s and wedding parties, especially during group shots. I’ve found a combination of semi-formal, fly-on-the-wall humorous photography provides, in my opinion, the best and most natural images and allows both the bride and groom, as well as their guests, to enjoy the wonderful day.
My style is best described as light, natural, genuine and unpretentious.
Venues I’ve covered over the years include Lothian Chambers, The Caves/Rowantree, Prestonfield House, Dalhousie Castle, Edinburgh Castle, The Hub, Ballathie House, Aldourie Castle, City Chambers Edinburgh, St Giles Cathedral, St Leonard’s Pollock Halls and so many other venues I can’t even think of while writing this. I will admit almost all of my wedding work has taken place around Edinburgh but I’m perfectly happy to travel.
Please scroll down the page for more information and also to see some of my recent work.
What a full day wedding package can include
Scheduling call or email in advance of the wedding. This works out time frames for the day and essential shots
Photography from morning until evening in photojournalism style (approximately 10 hours). If you want me to stay past the first dance the timeframe can be extended for a small fee
The official wedding pictures
Approximately 500/600 shots delivered fully edited in colour and many also in black & white
The pictures are supplied on a DVD in full resolution with no watermarks. You also get a private web album that makes it easy to share photos with family and friends
You can use the images completely free for private use (incl. Social Media; Facebook, Twitter etc).
You are free to arrange printing and enlarging photos yourself but if you are struggling I’m happy to help you out
Coffee table style wedding album. Options to be discussed at any time.
Ten complimentary prints up to size 10 x 8 inches.
A little bit of information. Here you can find some questions and answers about wedding photography.
Please contact me today to see if I'm available on your wedding. I look forward to hearing from you
Click on the images below to see some of the weddings I have photographed
I've written a lot more about this wedding on my wedding website Joyful Weddings at this link but I photographed a wedding fairly recently at the Dome on George Street. The Dome is a truly stunning venue inside and it's characterised by the large domed roof in the...read more
St Margarets Loch Wedding. I'm trying to keep my commercial photography (this website) separate from my wedding website (Joyful Weddings) nowadays but I photographed a wedding on the 2nd of March that was so unique and so interesting that I thought I'd...read more
I'm trying to keep my wedding and commercial photography businesses separate nowadays but right now in Edinburgh we're suffering from a storm front called the Beast from the East and it literally has been a beast. Last weekend is was 10C+, snowdrops were...read more
Goodbye Lothian Chambers. On the 29th of December I photographed my last wedding of 2017 and the second to last ever wedding at Lothian Chambers. I'm actually a little disappointed I didn't photograph the last wedding ever there but if you've read about...read more
Lothian Chambers. Bit of an interesting blogpost to write today but just several weeks ago I was booked with 5 days notice to photograph a wedding at Lothian Chambers followed by a lunch at Spoon then an evening reception at St Leonards Hall. I didn’t ask muchread more
The Caves Edinburgh Wedding. Really long article today with lots of photos. Over the last few weeks I've been mega busy with lots of little unexpected shoots and even busier with my studied at university (again, not photography related!). I did a couple PR...read more