A very happy New Year to everyone reading this!
Hogmanay is a time for reflection over the past year, and going through some of the weddings I photographed in the past 12 months, a theme became clear….
These 14 photos are not all my favourites from my unposed documentary wedding photography in Scotland in 2013 – but I think they best illustrate how I hope to capture the look of love.
This was a fun day! While David and the guests travelled from the Cameron House Hotel to Luss church in a couple of cruise boats, I accompanied Rhona, her father and bridesmaids on a small spped boat – which I again shared, with David and Rhona, after their ceremony.
David is Canadian, and many of his family and friends travelled all the way to Loch Lomond to join in the celebrations. If I didn’t know otherwise, I’d have thought they’d all had ceilidh lessons – but perhaps it was their enthusiasm that shone through rather than their skill! Or perhaps it was the calling from the ever wonderful ‘The Ceilidh Experience.’ Whatever, a wonderful day was had by all – me included!
There’s a few photos here, but you can see more on the order photos page.
Scotland’s wet summer held off for Cheryl and Michael’s wedding on the shores of Loch Lomond, which was just as well considering many members of Michael’s family had travelled all the way from New Zealand!
Their ceremony was in the beautiful Luss church, and was followed by a reception, dinner, speaches and dancing at the Cameron House Hotel down the road.
There are many more photos to see on the order photos page!