Day 2 of my last ever wedding “triple header” took me out to the Ayrshire coast, Seamill Hydro to be exact, for my second wedding of three there in as many months. I’ve been shooting weddings for a good few years now and never before a wedding at Seamill…and then three in three months…what is it they say about busses and all that!
From recollection, I’d only met up with Stephanie & Ross for the first time, just a few days before the wedding and we’d had a chat about what they were looking for on the day. A few days down the line and it’s the real thing :-). Good weather on the day (that got even better later on for the beach shots), amazing bride & groom, a fabulous crowd and the whole day in the one location…what more could you ask for.
Of course, I could say that my sixth sense told me that the skies would be better after dinner for the beach shots and that it was all down to careful planning but, the truth of the matter is that we simply ran out of time before dinner for those shots, so had to do them later on…
Stephanie & Ross, a big thank you for choosing me to shoot your fantastic day. Here’s just a few of my own favourites which I hope you like – click on any image to enlarge.
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