Free wedding and engagement photography from a BBC & TimeOut London featured photographer in Edinburgh

Hi all,

Thanks for stopping by - and congratulations if you've recently popped the question to your other half or, indeed, if you're the one who said yes!

I'm building a professional wedding and engagement shoot portfolio.

My wildlife and landscape images have been featured featured widely (BBC, TimeOut London etc), and if you send me a message, I will gladly share the links with you.

My offer is to be your engagement shoot or wedding photographer free of charge.

I will give you all the photos I take, and will specifically process on a digital darkroom a select batch of very high quality images:

- Around 70 for weddings, but I'm happy to process additional photos at no cost if you ask me to.

- At least 10 images from an engagement shoot.

Please do have a look at the imaged above and the link to my wider photography page to give you an insight into my photography and processing skills.

You can be certain of a high standard of professionalism from me, and that I will send you high quality images that would otherwise cost you a pretty penny.

I recently moved to Northumberland, but spend a lot of time in Edinburgh and the Highlands, so I'm more than happy to cover these areas. I'd be especially keen to do a shoot in the Highlands (as somebody who spends most of their free time up there, I know the best spots to capture your memories)!

If you are not based in these areas I would ask for a contribution towards fuel.

All I ask is that you give me permission to use the images as part of my professional portfolio, and to market that business. That said, if there are specific images that you would like to omit from this arrangement I am happy to discuss.

Within two weeks of any photo shoot I will send you the images on a USB stick.

This is a genuine offer from a professional, likeable person. If this is of interest, please get in touch and we can discuss with absolutely no obligation.

Best wishes


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20 weeks ago
Joined: Sep 2018

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