You want a photographer who “gets you”, and understands what your wedding is all about. Someone who takes natural photographs that do not look posed (even though they might be), someone who is friendly and polite with your family and friends - especially when they take photographs too, and someone who is super quick with the family group photographs - and delivers all your wedding photographs within 4 weeks after the wedding!
Am I on the right track?
My name’s Nadin. I am an Edinburgh based wedding photographer, and I’m pretty sure I can tick all of these boxes for you!
By the way - you pronounce my name just like you would “Nadine - with the “e” at the end.
I have this funny Scottish accent, sounding like I’m from the Highlands, but I’m actually German! I am even accused of having a sense of humour… it must have rubbed off on me - after living in Scotland since 2000!
I believe great photographs come from a good relationship with your photographer. Someone who helps you feel at ease, make you giggle, and most importantly make look amazing and happy in your photographs!
Getting married was just not on my RADAR, like A.T. A.L.L.! I had been married before and I was in no rush to walk down the aisle any time soon. I simply enjoyed taking photographs of my couples and their big day, but deep inside, I was hoping that one day I might wear a ring again.
So it came as a total surprise to me when one day my man got down on one knee, asking me THAT question!! He had found a shell on my favourite beach on the Isle of Harris. And with that shell, he popped the question. And the shell fitted perfectly!!
Have a look at our video below.
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