Cables for the seabed… Oceaneering

Oceaneering with one UK site in Rosyth, Fife, is a global oilfield provider of engineered services and products primarily to the offshore oil and gas industry, with a focus on deepwater applications.

For their new marketing material, which is produced by West Lothian based Marketing Agency Marketing Matters, they required new and updated photographs. After a site visit and a few initial photographs, I went back with the designer to take photographs for brochures, the website, and annual report. The main aim was to show the work force doing their daily tasks, showing work processes and the site.

 

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One cold engagement photo shoot at Dollar Academy

Jayne and Andrew are getting married in April this year at Craigsanquhar House Hotel in Fife. I think it must have been 4-5 years ago when we took photographs at Jayne’s mum’s wedding to John in Angus. It will be fantastic to see all the family again, especially the baby girl who then was only a few months old – she will be 4 now!:-)

Jayne went to school at Dollar Academy and has fond memories of the place. It’s an amazing building with fantastic grounds. The weather was very typical for the 4th January: cold, wet, dark! But nevertheless, we spent a bit of time together and created a lovely set of images for Andrew and Jayne. Jayne is very giggly, which I absolutely love when it comes to taking photographs!

Here are just a few photos of their pre-wedding shoot:

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Christmas in Germany

Just after Christmas, we visited my cousin who lives on a farm with lots of animals (dog, cats, goats, cows, chickens, ducks, rabbits, sheep, you name it). It’s the first time I have seen my two great cousins, the boys, and it was fab to see the girl, Judith, again. It was an interesting experience, as they are trying hard to be self-sufficient at the farm. They make goats cheese, which apparently is yummie. They have eggs from the chickens, a smoking chamber in the cellar full with stuff, and that smelt sooooo nice! Freshly smoked hams!

Anyway, here just a few pictures of the kids:-)

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Autumn Wedding in Callander

Lindsay and Gordon celebrated their wedding after the rainest autumn week last year at Callander’s Exclusive Venue Roman Camp. Lindsay and Gordon were really keen on having an outside ceremony, but after the downpours from the days before, it looked unlikely. But the weather was on their side, and as by magic, the Saturday of their wedding was a fantastic, sunny autumn day. The ceremony was performed by the River Teith with everybody witnessing the “I do’s” of this lovely couple. Wedding Singer Pamela Kavanagh sang some amazing songs at the start and at the end of the ceremony, and the guests could stay outside and enjoy drinks on the lawn after the ceremony.

Lindsay and Gordon had a Truly Scrumptious wedding cake – a huge number of individual cup cakes! Yummie!

It was a lovely day and the staff at the Roman Camp in Callander were most helpful.

Here a few images from their big day:

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Finally some more images of little Mairi!

Baby Photographer West Lothian, Edinburgh

Baby Photographer West Lothian, Edinburgh

Baby Photographer West Lothian, Edinburgh

Baby Photographer West Lothian, Edinburgh

At only 3 months old, little Mairi was an absolut delight to photograph at her home! She was so patient and interested in what was going on that the time simply flew by! There are so many different things you can do at home – using what is available! No studio needed! See for yourself! And Mairi was so content to be in her own environment.

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Chris Giles25 January 2011 - 3:29 pm

I LOVE them, we had a 4 week old in last week but I didn’t use flash. (I’m not a regular toddler tog) but I was always told not to use flash but it looks like you did in these?

I love how soft the colours look, really lovely job you did there.

Chris

Chris Giles25 January 2011 - 3:30 pm

I love them, did you use flash though as I didn’t with a 4 week old the other day and the pictures didn’t come out anywhere nearly as nice as yours.

admin28 January 2011 - 3:06 pm

Hi Chris,
I used flash in these ones. I take a mobile unit to the home and bounce the light of the ceiling. That’s how you create this lovely soft effect. :-)

Part 2: Angela’s and Scott’s wedding at Houstoun House

Where has the time gone…??? I have been meaning to add more photos ages ago, but never found the time. Anyway, here is the second part of Angela’s and Scott’s wedding at Houstoun House. After we took the group photographs on this sunny afternoon, we spent about 20 minutes with the couple in the grounds of the Hotel and took some romantic wedding photographs of the two of them.

We also captured some intimate moments during the speeches and some fun photographs in the evening – before – during – and after the first dance! Angela had spent a great amount of time making her own stationery and favours. It all looked amazing – I think she should do this professionally! The couple had also organised a sweets table with all sorts of old-fashioned sweets. What a fantastic idea for the guests to meet and mingle – having a sweet!

Wedding Photographs Houstoun House Hotel, Broxburn Uphall

Wedding Photographs Houstoun House Hotel, Broxburn Uphall

Wedding Photographs Houstoun House Hotel, Broxburn Uphall

Wedding Photographs Houstoun House Hotel, Broxburn Uphall

Wedding Photographs Houstoun House Hotel, Broxburn Uphall

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