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Reflecting on what was one of the wettest days I have worked in for a long time, Aimi and Andy’s wedding day at Prestonfield House, Edinburgh, was a really enjoyable, all be it challenging, day.  No matter what the weather it’s my aim to capture amazing images that tell the story of the day.  Prestonfield…

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Should you have a professional wedding photographer?  It is such a difficult area of photography to work in – limited time, constantly changing light and weather conditions, various locations, and a vast mix of people with a range of emotions – a constantly ‘moving’ environment.  From low lighting in church, to bright sunlit gardens, candid action shots, to formal groups, harsh sun to…

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As a wedding photographer it’s fascinating  to learn where many wedding traditions we take for granted actually come from, or what they symbolise.  Much of the information detailed below is gathered from a variety of sources, including the oral tradition of being handed down from generation to generation, it cannot be guaranteed as factual and…

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I’ve always thought photographing a bride and groom with Tantallon Castle and Bass Rock as a backdrop would be fantastic and sure enough Ally and Craig’s images look amazing.  Having travelled from Canada for their wedding day, Crag and Ally, along with their daughter, family and friends had a truly wonderful day, I’m sure.  Following…

Kate and Ross, along with son Luke, held their wedding ceremony at Seton Collegiate  Church during last weekend’s glorious summer’s day.  Stunning location, beautiful bride and a handsome groom, what more could a photographer ask for!  Love the images, so now looking forward to editing the final selection and designing the wedding album. Thanks Kate, Ross and…

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