In April, I met with Kevin and Steph who are getting married later this year. We spent a fun afternoon, probably the longest ever engagement shoot, and created some amazing images. Initially, they were meant to have a wine tasting for their wedding, but they cancelled this in favour of more photographs:-)The weather was stunning and we were playing around with flash guns outside and had lots of fun. We took some photographs at the Pineapple near Airth, Kevin carried Steph into a rape seed field, and then of course, I found a container… my favourite “prop”…

Have a look 😉

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  • pamela19 May 2011 - 12:14 pm

    Fantastic fun pics. Very natural.

Actually, we were only meant to have coffee, well, Cappuccino, that is:-)I have only just discovered Cappuccino, as I never liked milk in my coffee, but Cappuccino is allowed… Anyway… I met with my friend Rowenna and her son Zeph in the Edinburgh’s story telling centre on the Royal Mile. They have a little cafe in there and lots of space for the little one to run around and explore. They have a box full of dress up stuff, then they have hidden things for little ones to explore, and the best thing is there is a little garden just behind which is enclosed and perfect to have a chat.

But, I couldn’t help myself, as usual. I had my camera with me and just started clicking away! And here are the results…

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Finally I have the time to update my blog a little… I have been a bit snowed under editing wedding photographs recently, so my blog has been neglected a little.

Danielle and Christopher were married last weekend (near Edinburgh) and I am currently editing their wedding photographs. Just a little summary of their pre-wedding photography session which is included as standard in our wedding package. This is a fun time where we have the chance to get to know each other a little and take some amazing photographs without the wedding pressure. You will get a stunning collection of relaxed photographs prior to your wedding and learn a lot about what to do on your wedding day.

Here is a little selection from their pre-wedding photography session:

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Last week has been somewhat interesting… Last Saturday, we took photographs at a lovely wedding and I am in the midst of editing the photographs. On Tuesday, Jacky and Steven dropped by to look at their wedding photographs from their April wedding at Harburn House. (near West Calder, Edinburgh). I love my job, it’s so nice when a client drops by with a bottle of wine and a big bunch of flowers 😉 thanks guys!! Xx

Then I had a pre-wedding shoot with a couple who are getting married in July, and on Saturday, I took photos of a family in Muiravonside Country Park. It was a gorgeous day and the three girls were just amazing little models!

And today, just for fun, I joined my Samba band for a gig in West Lothian.

A week just how I like it!

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This was A-MA-ZING today! Kevin and Steph decided for their wedding photographers almost 18 months ago and today, we met again for the pre-wedding photography session. Kevin and Stef are getting married in Kirkcaldy later this year and have their reception at Airth Castle. Today we met at Airth Castle and spent some time taking some fab photographs. I couldn’t get home quick enough to download them all!

Everything was simply perfect: The weather (nice and cloudy for photographers), gorgeous flowers, rapeseed fields in full bloom, amazing old buildings, and what photographs do I like best??? The ones at the old blue container:-)

Here is a little preview:

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January, February and March were relatively quiet, mainly due to the weather (and the darkness!)! I had a few shoots here and there but I was mainly working on websites (web design clients). Now it feels like nature has flicked a switch and everything is green, the rapeseed is out, daffodils and tulips everywhere and the creative spirit is well underway!

Gosh, the last 3 weeks have been interesting!

An amazing wedding in Fife at Craigsanquhar House Hotel, a gorgeous wedding at Harburn House near West Calder, a pregnancy body paint photo session, a pregnancy shoot, 2 pre-wedding sessions, a corporate photography client in Edinburgh, publication in a magazine, and 2 lifestyle photography shoots!!!

I hardly have time to catch my breath! And in the midst of all that I am designing 2 wedding albums, help my husband dig out the garden and have – Hallelujah – my first dishwasher installed in the kitchen!

I think, April is my favourite month so far!

I think 2011 is going to be very exciting with lots of photos and personal projects.

Off to Airth Castle now for a pre-wedding photography session with lots of ideas!:-)

Oh, and Happy Easter to everybody:-)

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We spent an amazing day in Fife yesterday taking photographs of Jayne and Andrew’s wedding at Craigsanquhar House Hotel near St Andrews in Fife. The weather couldn’t have been better! Sunshine all day long! It was very warm and there were amazing spring flowers everywhere!

I spent the morning before the ceremony with Jayne and her bridesmaids, and Mark took photographs of the guys getting ready in a B&B only a couple of miles away.

It was fantastic to see Jayne again. Mark and I took photographs of Jayne’s mum’s wedding nearly 5 years ago and it was fab to see John and Ruth again. There were quite a few known faces at the wedding and it was particularly nice to see that the babies who were in their prams 5 years ago now ran around wild, chasing balloons!

This is just a little preview, more wedding photographs to follow soon!

First: John and Ruth:-)xx


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