How many photographs do you need for a wedding? In these digital days it would appear to be hundreds, sometimes many hundreds! Yet, when putting together a comprehensive book or album a select hundred or so is usually adequate.
I don’t plan to feature many individual weddings here … but in this case I’ll make the exception.
One wedding in a very rain swept Edinburgh, yet doesn’t nature have a way of adding her own charm to make each day unique?
Emma and Lee’s wedding in just ten photographs …
Brother Stewart learning the ropes …
After braving the wind and rain to get to St. Margaret’s on the Castle Rock the ‘thumbs up’ said it all.
Never wanting to be too serious humour eventually broke out. The bus loads of tourists in the Great Hall behind us will be showing their versions of this worldwide
Never mind the rain, the vintage Jag is well waxed!
A spot specifically chosen by Emma, a Maths Graduate. But I think Lee knows his figures as well.
The inspiration for this style came from a discussion from Emma …. ‘yes of course I can do hand colouring if you want’. We decided that the original B&W made a rainy Edinburgh too dull so went for a vintage ‘continental’ look.
When I previewed the evening venue, The Caves, I thought it might be very dark. But when I saw it finished and candlelit, it deserved a photo.
What a splendid evening, for all of us.
Let the fun begin. I know photobooths are fun …. but I can do Fun and it comes in High Resolution!
A good Ceilidh is hard to beat