Wedding Photography

Outdoor Wedding Photography by Highland Wildscapes

Your Perfect Day, Perfectly Captured

Getting the right wedding photographer is important. Someone who can capture those special moments so that you and your guests can be fully present, have a wonderful time, and then treasure the memories.

I love to capture these moments with a bright, clear style that blends posed shots with candid moments, so you’ll have a wonderful collection of images to remember the day with.

Wedding Photography Packages

I specialise in weddings in outdoor settings – where more fitting to celebrate your love than the beautiful landscape of the Highlands? From classic portraits and group shots to natural candid moments, let’s capture the day together.

If you would like to book me to photograph your wedding then please reach out to check availability, and we can discuss your requirements.

With my photography package you will get full size digital downloads of your pictures as soon as I can edit them. For a half day package this will consist of at least 150 images. From these, you can choose 50 to receive as complimentary prints (4×5”) with the option of ordering additional prints at alternative sizes. I can also offer bespoke products such as albums etc on request.

Half Day Photography (4 Hours)£650
Full Day Photography (8 Hours)£1000
+ Video (ceremony only)£400
+ Video (ceremony + reception)£800
Engagement Photoshoot£650

“We have been through the photos and video. Wow. You are incredibly talented. And the editing with the music was so touching. A lot of tears came to our eyes. Thank you so much.”

— Paul Clarkson, Wedding Photography

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