All you need to know about Wedding Photography Edinburgh

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The Royal Mile, Arthur’s Seat and Calton Hill are among the many backdrops offered when you choose wedding photographer Edinburgh to document your big day.

Edinburgh is one of Europe’s oldest capital cities and its many iconic landmarks and structures make it a wonderful choice for a wedding. When you add our infamous weather to the mix and the combination of unexpected lighting, dramatic cloudscapes and architectural splendor it’s no surprise that people who choose to have their wedding photography in Edinburgh are always pleased they made that choice.

Edinburgh caters for all religious, humanist and civil marriage ceremonies, and expert planners are available in many of the hotels, castles and golf course locations that provide wedding services. One of the most popular places for civil services is Edinburgh’s Lothian Chambers Registry Office located just off Royal Mile. Why not combine their beautiful, unrushed ceremony with an intimate reception at the delightful Scotch Malt Whisky Society where our national drink is guaranteed to warm your guests and make proceedings go with a smile.

The city offers style and location options for every occasion, making it easier to set the perfect theme for your wedding and capture it in photographs. Evoke images of magic and wizards at Fettes College, place has been suggested as the inspiration for the Harry Potter, or revel in the mock Greek styling of The Scottish National Monument on Calton Hill.

The long list of location options includes an obligatory shoot on the Royal Mile, with Edinburgh Castle, Holyrood Palace or the beautiful cobbled High Street as backdrop. Then there’s the spectacular Holyrood Park with Arthur’s Seat or Princes Street Gardens for wonderful outdoor colour. The Gardens are especially beautiful in late Autumn where blue skies and golden leaves make an irresistible backdrop for the happy couple.

The full beauty of how the weather, and especially the late evening light of a June or July wedding day paints the city of Edinburgh in ever changing hues is perhaps best seen at a destination wedding in the renovated Glasshouse Hotel on Greenside Row in the heart of the city. Weddings can be held in many of the hotel’s impressive glass rooms which overlook the city, offering spectacular views of Edinburgh’s relationship with Scottish summer light and unique wedding photos it helps create.

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Thomas Adameczek owns and runs White Tree Photography with his wife Aga in nearby Fife and his local knowledge and creative talents ensure you will be delighted with the results of your wedding photography in Edinburgh.

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