On Sunday, it was my pleasure to photograph Sarah & Peter’s wedding at the George Hotel, bang in the centre of Edinburgh. I love city centre weddings, the traffic, the hustle and bustle. And all the more when the bride & groom are as up for photography as Sarah & Peter obviously werePhotography was clearly high on their list of wedding priorities and it was my absolute pleasure to give them my best effort in terms of energy and creativity.
I’ve been blessed this year with couples who really are the nicest people and who see as much value in good photography as I do. Photography’s forever. Whether it’s family portraits, children’s photography or weddings - jump in with both feet! Not only will the pictures be so much more vibrant when you invest yourself emotionally, the actual process of having your photographs taken will be so much more fun and will be a memorable highlight of your wedding day. At the getting-ready stages, one of my favourite parts of any wedding day, Sarah was always a picture of grace and elegance; excited but never flustered. And that really shone through in her beautiful portraits. Peter’s morning was just as leisurely. I visited him and his bestman Donald first thing, while they got ready up in the Panorama suite at the George Hotel, munching on pastries while Peter described his proposal to Sarah at the Statue of Liberty in NYC. Born romantic reallyAnother thing which stood out was the Northern Irish influence of family and friends. Thoroughly decent people. Who knew exactly how to party! But the overriding feeling for me was knowing that Sarah & Peter were so keen for me to just do my thing. I’m so grateful for that and I think the pictures reflect my very best effort. Here are just a few highlights! Storybook to follow.
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