Edinburgh city tour wedding photography | Mr and Mrs Towers
Hello everyone. Today I will have a little different wedding photography story. Something what I did few time last year and few times this year as well.
We will talk about after wedding photography. Yes few of you might think that this sounds crazy, to get dressed again and do more photos with photographer. You will be surprised how many couples are really considering to do this and have already done it with me.
Graeme and Karolina got married back in Poland, but unfortunately weather was not at the best and they didn’t get any outdoors photos. They came back to Edinburgh and decided to have nice photos around town. First I met Graeme at one of my previous Edinburgh weddings and he asked me if I could create some images for them.
I really like idea of no stress walking around town shots. Give s time to stop, think and just enjoy easy. Guys sent me a list of locations they would like to be photographed and I went for little scouting and thinking. We had few old town locations and Crags.
It was lovely saturday morning, sun shining and walk trough the old town was very beautiful. I actually don’t go to town that often, purely because it is always crowded with tourists. That morning actually it was pretty good. Walked around my places and went to meet the couple.
Just as we met and started to chat, rain started. Like from nowhere :) Typical Edinburgh weather. Picked up umbrella from the booth and rained stopped for rest of the day :) It was just very crisp chilly. Guys did very well and we tried not to stay in each place for long.
Here is little selection of their Edinburgh city wedding photos. You will be asking where is famous Edinburgh castle shot with fountain. Well…fountain was covered with fence :( We sneaked in for photos, but it wasn’t most pretties site. Not sure why they fenced it off.
Edinburgh city wedding photo tour
Just loved this session. Those who have followed me for a while know that I’m a bit daft on wide open landscape shots with couples in them. Yes they look tiny, but just love creating these type of images. Represents the space where they are and looks great in large prints :)