Highlands Wedding Photographer

Kilcamb Lodge Hotel | Strontian

Autumn wedding in highlands

Every highlands wedding photographer knows that you can experience all four seasons in just one day. At first I was hyped and excited when the happy couple agreed for me to cover their wedding. What an epic location my first thought was. Then I realised it’s October we are talking about here! In the highlands! It could go all kinds of wrong weather wise. As unpredictable as the highlands’ weather is I had to be prepared for every story line development. 

In that particular case no snow blizzard or windstorm scenario didn’t occur. It was a beautiful sunny day. And an open air ceremony on top of everything. Who could know? Lucky me you might think. Maybe. But I do not believe in luck or destiny and whatnot. Being a highlands wedding photographer I believe in anticipation and preparations to be ready for whatever may come.

From Lancashire to Scottish Highlands

Kandis and Jamie approached me quite late in their wedding planning stage. It was a last minute booking to be honest. Their original photographer had to cancel on them a few weeks before the event. I have been told later on after the wedding that I saved the day. I was very happy that I could help, however for myself it was pure pleasure. They had to face loads of obstacles of their own booking destination wedding 300 miles from home. It all came out together beautifully. 

Kilcamb Lodge Hotel

Loch side hotel beautifully situated in one of the most spectacular and unspoiled areas of Scotland’s West Coast. Allegedly Kilcamb Lodge is one of the oldest stone houses in that part of Scotland, dating back to the 1700’s. Situated within 22 acres of beautiful Scottish countryside, Kilcamb Lodge is in a perfect setting for a truly memorable wedding. From small, intimate weddings for just the two of you, to grand wedding days for up to 120 day guests.

If you are looking to hire a highlands wedding photographer for your celebrations do not hesitate to contact me.

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