Sneaking away for couples portraits doesn’t have to mean stiff poses and awkward smiles. I’m more than happy for couples to go off and do their own thing, with me capturing the moment as it unfolds naturally.Read More
Wedding speeches can be deceptively tough to photograph. Here are my four best ideas to plan your wedding day speeches so that you, your guests, and your photographer get the best results.Read More
Angela & Andy’s Edinburgh elopement, and this photo of them on the Royal Mile in particular, is a perfect way to talk about street photography at weddings.
What is street photography anyway?Read More
I love getting on the dance floor at the end of the wedding day as everyone celebrates and it’s a great opportunity to get some unposed, fun photos.
Over the years I’ve developed a specific technique to get the feeling of the nighttime shenanigans across in the photographs.Read More
At Zoe & Ed's wedding we had scheduled a sunset bride and groom portrait session but the cloud was low and the skies were the colour of television, tuned to a dead channel. We picked things up later in the night when the rain was falling freely, and I'd broken out my strobes to light the scene.Read More
Some photographs appeal to your head and some photographs get you in the gut. This is a gut photograph.Read More
There are certain photographs that you take during the course of a wedding day, that you can't wait to open on your computer as soon as you get back home.
This photograph of the father of the groom at Katy and Tom's wedding is a perfect example.Read More