So as I sit here typing up this blog post, I’m about to enter into the first of my triple headers for this year – yes, that’s three weddings to shoot on three consecutive days, and I have that three times this year…will definitely need a holiday after all those :-). All this makes May my second busiest month of the year – last month was pretty busy too, busy for April anyway and included Melissa & Colin’s fantastic day at Orocco Pier in South Queensferry.
It’s fair to say that I probably find myself in South Queensferry with camera in hand more than any other location – it’s a favourite for couples doing their pre-wedding shoot and, when it comes to weddings, Orocco Pier is fast becoming one of my more popular venues, this being my third wedding here in as many months..and you can see why, with the views over the Forth Bridges and the old town charm of South Queensferry itself with its cobbled streets…love it!
It’s kind of strange but I’ve actually done some photography with Melissa before – a few years back when I was dabbling around in the world of fashion/portrait photography, she came along with her friend Catrina (her bridesmaid on the day) to do some shots around Callander Park – funny how things turn out sometimes.
So, I love shooting around this area and, thankfully, the showers on the day held off just long enough for us to get out and about on the pier to get some shots in front of the bridges which are always my favourites..although the downlights on the way to the toilets at the venue are quite good too…the guys will know what I mean LOL.
Melissa & Colin, a big thank you for asking me to photograph your wedding day. Here’s just a few of my own favourite images which I hope you like.
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