It doesn’t need saying that weddings are a very special occasion and each one is as unique and as individual as the couples involved. With well over a thousand weddings to their name they always regard it as a privilege to be a part of that once in a lifetime day and taking great photographs to tell the story of that day is their passion and joy.
Neil and Mairi work as a husband and wife team- while Neil concentrates on the camera side of things Mairi does pretty much everything else; sorting the dress, liaising with the families, bridal party and venue staff to ensure a smooth running of the day!
Before the wedding day arrives they'll have started preparations with a pre-wedding catch up to discuss the plan for the day. They listen carefully to couples to ensure the best possible photographs; images that will be meaningful to them in the many years to come and all done with good humour and in a relaxed manor to help ensure an enjoyable day.
For the photophobic or those who just want to have a bit of fun they offer a complimentary pre-wedding photoshoot to calm those photo nerves.
Standard coverage starts with the bride’s final preparations then through the ceremony and the main part of the day. Their approach is to be discreet and capture those story telling moments and combine them with their own style of romantic and natural photography, as well as shots taken with any requested groups.
Coverage concludes when the Bride & Groom sit down for the wedding breakfast, but can be extended to include the first few dances. This also includes any speeches or cake cutting held after dinner but before the first dance.
The base package is a USB stick of high resolution images combined with a complimentary “Elite” album. Soon after the wedding your images will be available to view in your password protected Online Viewing Gallery.
Before you see any images they will have been edited, with time spent optimising and retouching them; nothing just pops straight off the camera. To ensure the highest possible quality only the best equipment, lenses and software are used.