Michael & Sammy Inverness Wedding Photographer was yet another fantastic wedding. As you will see Sammy’s Dad got all emotional when seeing her for the first time in her Wedding Dress. The Bridesmaids were determined to make it a fun day and Sammy’s Mum was enjoying the endless supply of Prosecco. Well maybe that is a little exaggeration! Michael and his mates looked super cool in their tweed ensemble and what is more were ready on time when I arrived.
Everything is so much easier when the timetable runs to plan and that gives me enough time to photograph the Bride whilst she looks her radiant best. At that moment everything is perfect. Hair, Make Up and Dress. Once the partying starts at night that cannot always be said! So after the Ceremony we headed off to a nearby farm where some old buildings made a perfect backdrop for those all important photographs. I have always found that the Bride and Groom really appreciate this time on their own with just the wedding photographer to keep them company. The day once it starts early morning, is somewhat pressurised so once we get out for the romantic and intimate ‘Couples’ photos the quiet time is enjoyed to the full.
When the first dance is over I always like to take the Bride and Groom back outside for a few minutes to catch the last dying rays of sunlight. These can be some of the most iconic images from the day. That was certainly the case for Michael and Sammy, finishing off with a sunset silhouette of them both.
So on viewing what I do you might want to know where I cover as a wedding photographer and videographer. I am based on the Isle of Skye at Talisker Studio and Gifts and will travel to the Outer Hebrides, Inverness and Fort William. If your wedding is on the outer edge of these areas I will always travel the day before the wedding and stay overnight close to the venue. I only take ten weddings a year as I do not believe in a ‘production line’ of wedding photography. So I can get fully booked quite quickly.