TOP WEDDING PORTRAIT & BUSINESS HEADSHOT PHOTOGRAPHER IN EDINBURGH SCOTLAND. COMMERCIAL FOOD FAMILY & PET PHOTOGRAPHER UK » David Ho is one of the best wedding, portrait & business headshot photographers in Scotland & UK, regularly photographing the best Scottish castles around Edinburgh, Glasgow, Aberdeen, Stirling, Perth, Dundee. Also commercial photography, food photography, family and pet photography.

Monthly Archives: January 2011

Is Cheshire a posh place where everyone drives a 4×4? What I do I know is that I really enjoyed my visit to that part of Englandshire a few years back, when I was asked to be Heather & Adam’s wedding photographer for their wedding at the beautiful Peckforton Castle. As I’m going through my archives, […]

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There are many of castle wedding venues throughout the central belt of Scotland, from Edinburgh through to Stirling and Glasgow. One wedding venue very close to my heart because it was where I photographed my very first wedding over a decade ago, 12 years I think, is Dalhousie Castle, near Edinburgh. I was very much a newbie wedding […]

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Certainly as a wedding photographer, I’m always on the look out for great light. And in Scotland, in the right locations at the right time of day, the light is the best in the world. I remember a wedding I shot up at Drumtochty Castle, it was Douglas & Dolina’s big day, a fantastic couple, we went into […]

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Lovely to see you again Caroline & Billy and to meet your beautiful children Amy and Sophie. Always a pleasant walk down memory lane when I photograph past bride and grooms – a super way to spend an afternoon. And your girls were just so patient, polite and well behaved. It was my pleasure to photograph them and record this happy time […]

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One of my favourite parts of the day and something I really encourage – photographs of the ‘getting ready’ stages on your wedding day. It’s amazing how this part of the day differs from wedding to wedding. Some mornings are chaotic and frantic. Other mornings, the room in which the bride is getting ready is […]

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Whether I’m shooting a wedding in Edinburgh, Glasgow, London or Venice, my wedding photography resolution for 2011 is to use video light a lot more. In particular to explore situations where I can mix video light with existing ambient or flash. Used well, a video light can crank up the glamour factor when it comes to bride and groom […]

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It always makes me smile when I hear photo-enthusiasts talk excitedly about new equipment releases from Nikon or Canon or wherever. Goodness knows how many times, in years gone by, I’ve waited anxiously with baited breath for the next camera release or lens or even bag upgrade and how many £££’s I’ve spent on new features which (I […]

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