This week we’re having a look at your local options for wedding photography around Edinburgh. Naturally there are loads of great choices here and we can’t cover them all so we have picked a few that we would definitely recommend. In no particular order…
Ewan & Audrey make up two halves of the award-winning Tete a Tete Foto. They want your wedding photos to be authentic and unique to you. A few words from Ewan: “Our thoughts on weddings: it’s difficult to generalise as there isn’t such a set formula these days, there are lots of options – religious, humanist, civil partnerships and everybody has their own ideas which is great. The important thing is to listen to a couple and work out the best way of capturing moments they’ll love to look back on. Just as important as getting the picture, is making sure it’s easy for them, so we’re happy to advise on timings and organisation of the photography around the other elements of the day. From a more selfish point of view, it also helps a bit with the photos if people are happy and relaxed!”
Ewan also very kindly volunteers to run our photography group at Grassmarket Community Project. This group have just launched their first book, the Grassmarket Community Project Photography Book Volume 1 which can be browsed here. The book features the photographs of our members and they are justifiably proud of them so all feedback is welcome!
Tracey Largue is an East Lothian-based photographer and is the fabulous photographer for our Win Your Wedding competition! So the lucky winners will soon be getting to know her better.
Tracey welcomes meetings with the bride & groom before the wedding so that she can get to know the kind of photography they’d really like – formal, or more ‘fly on the wall’ style.
Chantal & Scott Gibson have always been the ones with the camera in their hands. Their love of photography shines through on their website, here’s what they say:
“We are a husband and wife team and our style is very natural and romantic with a soft fine art influence. We love capturing love, laughter, relationships…which translates into our work and also how we deal with any client from the first email to the delivery of the photos. It’s as much about the service as it is about providing a beautiful set of photos. Photos are forever. Little pieces of time in that one shot which you can look back on. Matching the service to those beautiful photos is what we are all about.”