Monthly Archives: May 2012
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So your children’s school portraits don’t really cut the mustard. I know mine don’t. Yes, the pictures are in focus, they seem presentable enough. But you know something is missing, you see it, you feel it. And that something is their true personality. And it’s not really
Tony & Niamh's Storybook1st draftHere’s how Tony & Niamh’s gorgeous wedding at the very elegant Rossdhu House (Loch Lomond Golf Club) unfolded from the point of view of my camera lens. This stunning album brings back such good memories for me, being a petrol head / wedding
A really interesting, varied and vibrant wedding today! It always is when east meets west and two different sets of wedding traditions come together. And it was lovely to photograph Karen & Andy who looked fantastic together as a couple. Andy, all the way from Germany, donned a Scottish kilt
So the weather couldn’t make up it’s mind what to do for Gemma & Neil’s wedding day at Dundas Castle. Be sunny or windy? Ultimately, it decided on both. In spadefuls. It made for a very eventful 10mins of photography at the top of the Keep tower after the ceremony! Gemma
Here are just a few quick previews from Catherine & Michael’s small, intimate wedding at Dalhousie Castle which they celebrated yesterday with around 40 of their dearest family & friends from Germany. It’s always nice to photograph a close knit wedding every so often.