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Wedding Photography at Balmule House
Gayle & Andrew’s Wedding Album

Not much blogging action for you this week guys as it’s a very short week for me as I’m just about to head out on a “triple header” of weddings…yep, three in a row, which will be my busiest weekend of the year…and we’re only at the end of March.

Still, do have time to post up an album design from the latest to head out to the door, this time from Gayle & Andrew’s day at Balmule House back in July last year…one of the sunniest and hottest days of the year!!!

The guys opted for the top of the line “Original Wedding Book” from my lab, Graphistudio. Both the album binding and box were finished in a sand and dark brown coloured cloud leather with the album cover itself in the popular “crystal glance” finish. The box was highlighted in my own scroll design in raised and varnished dark brown, and finally a dark brown ribbon to match.

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    Wedding Photography at Balmule House Gayle & Andrew

    For my 25th wedding of the year, I found myself at a new place, which I don’t get too often these days…a sure sign that you’ve been around for a while :-). Balmule House, just outside Dunfermline, was that very venue and delighted to be there I was too for Gayle & Andrew’s big day. In actual fact, the wedding was originally to be at a venue where I had indeed shot many times, Solsgirth House but, due to the sudden closer of that venue, the guys had to seek out an alternative.

    I guess the one thing that couples always hope for come their big day is some glorious sunny weather, especially in the summer months. But, as any photographer will tell you, bright sunshine can be one of the most challenging conditions to shoot in…sometimes worse even (and this may come as a surprise) than rain! From recollection, this very wedding was probably one of the hottest, blue sky, cloudless days that we had all year and given these conditions, you’ll often find me running for the shade in order to avoid the obvious squinting into the sun and the “panda eye” look common with the sun high in the sky casting shadows across the eyes!

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