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Stirlingshire Wedding Photography:
Roslynd & Keith at Glenskirlie Castle

So folks, here we go, attempting to start blogging shoots just after they happen, rather than a couple of weeks later as I’ve been doing previously. Of course, this may mean a few less images to start with, as this naturally is what takes up most of the time between the actual shoot and getting round to blogging.

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  • Alex JohnstonJuly 8, 2012 - 6:33 pm

    As a guest at Roslyd and Keith’s wedding I did not feel the photographer was very proffesionalReplyCancel

  • Mike Cook PhotographyJuly 27, 2012 - 6:19 pm

    Alex, you are of course entitled to your opinion and, in the spirit of fairness, I leave all comments in the blog in order to provide a balanced viewpoint. Having said that, I’m sure that anyone reading this would want you to elaborate on why you think I was not very professional on the wedding day as, based on both the images that appear above (of which a number of people have been very complimentary) plus the other comments throughout this blog from very satisifed clients, your comments appear to be at odds with everyone else. I also think that, again, in the spirit of fairness, I should have the opportunity to respond accordingly.

    For the record, I, unlike many photographers, am fully qualified and regulated by the BIPP (British Institute of Professional Photography) and have won awards for my images.ReplyCancel

Loch Lomond Portrait Photography:
Roslynd & Keith’s Pre-Wedding Shoot at Luss

Start of a really busy Easter weekend for me today kicking off with a double header of pre-wedding shoots and I’m in Luss on the banks of Loch Lomond first up for Roslynd & Keith’s pre-wedding shoot. Of course, you always hope for good weather for these shoots wherever you are, but especially in a location like this. unfortunately, this wasn’t really the case today as it was a bit cold and overcast, but personally I think that adds a bit of “something” to these images – I like the “mistiness” (if there is such a word) coming off of the Loch.

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  • Keith JohnstoneApril 11, 2012 - 10:45 pm

    Hi Mike we really like the images, thanks again. We will respond to your email soon regarding the images we like and which image to mount on the day.ReplyCancel

  • Mike Cook PhotographyApril 12, 2012 - 3:58 pm

    Hi Keith, really pleased you like the images. Look forward to hearing from you re the images for the signing board once you’ve made your choice.ReplyCancel

  • Julie ManuelApril 12, 2012 - 7:42 pm

    They’re really beautiful and natural Keith. This photographer is really good.ReplyCancel

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