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Wedding Photography in Scotland

News and musings from a wedding photographer in Scotland

Kellie Castle Wedding Photographer

I’d never been to the wonderful Kellie Castle before – but that’s not a problem for me. I just turned up over an hour early and met the National Trust Scotland organisers and had a tour while we compared timetables for the day. Kellie Castle is a jewel hidden in the Kingdom of Fife. Originally … Continue reading Kellie Castle Wedding Photographer

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Wedderburn Castle Wedding Photographer

Wedderburn Castle nestles in the rolling landscape of the Scottish Borders. Just 45 miles south east of Edinburgh and 15 miles west of Berwick on Tweed, it is a hidden gem of a wedding venue.And it really is hidden – invisible from the road, you really are in your own world when you stay there.

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Natural wedding photography 2016

Here’s a small selection of my favourite natural wedding photography in Scotland from 2016. For personal reasons I took six months off this year, and several couples requested that their wedding photos were not posted on the web, but I still have many favourites that I can show you. There’s everything here, from grand venues, … Continue reading Natural wedding photography 2016

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An Edinburgh wedding photographer with Miami blues

Miami may be 4,263 miles from Edinburgh but it’s about 20 degrees warmer at this time of year. So when a special offer appeared it seemed a good idea and time for an Edinburgh Wedding Photographer to visit. I do photograph subjects other than brides, grooms and weddings! In Miami I was fascinated by the … Continue reading An Edinburgh wedding photographer with Miami blues

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Julia and Jeff’s Archerfield House wedding

I hope Julia and Jeff won’t mind me mentioning it, but they were slightly older than my usual brides and grooms. And that’s probably what contributed to the totally joyous nature of the day: It’s the first time I’ve photographed a wedding couple dance down the aisle twice – on arrival and departure! Combined with … Continue reading Julia and Jeff’s Archerfield House wedding

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Glencorse House wedding photographer

I love being a Glencorse House wedding photographer …probably for the same reasons that many couples like Sam and Ross choose it as their venue. As an exclusive country house wedding venue it has many advantages over a hotel wedding venue, not least in that it has it’s own Kirk, (the most romantic setting imaginable for … Continue reading Glencorse House wedding photographer

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Kat and Mike’s St Andrews wedding photographer

As a St Andrews wedding photographer, St Salvators chapel is one of my favourite buildings. Kat and Mike got married in the magnificent chapel and after some formal family photographs there, the guests made their way to the Drumoig Golf Hotel. This was not a venue I’d been to before – but that was because they don’t really host … Continue reading Kat and Mike’s St Andrews wedding photographer

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An Edinburgh wedding photographer in New York

So, an Edinburgh wedding photographer working in New York? Well, that would be telling – but these are some of my favourite photographs that I took on my few days free in the city. For a change, I’ve added captions under most of the photos. Grand Central Station – using a 30 sec shutter speed. … Continue reading An Edinburgh wedding photographer in New York

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Neal and Debbie’s Edinburgh wedding photographer

As an Edinburgh wedding photographer, I don’t normally work on a Monday. But Americans Neal and Debbie returned to the city to celebrate their 10 year anniversary with a Vows renewal. And since they celebrated a decade on to the day and hour, I ended up being with them. Almost everything was the same. Debbie … Continue reading Neal and Debbie’s Edinburgh wedding photographer

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Tessa and Jay’s Glencorse House wedding photos

Despite Glencorse House being one of my favourite wedding venues, this was my first visit this year. It was also tmy first time where a wedding started late because a bomb scare delayed the wedding car! The weather stayed dry until the official photos had been taken, and by then most of the guests were … Continue reading Tessa and Jay’s Glencorse House wedding photos

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Lothians, Scotland wedding photographer. Award winning relaxed, natural documentary photography in Dunbar, North Berwick, Haddington, Musselburgh and Edinburgh. Site and Photographs © Simon Grosset / Q Photography Tel: 07860 309161