Connie + James

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I’ll admit it – I was worried about shooting a wedding at “The Caves – Edinburgh: The Rowantree,” because, well, it’s a cave.  And it’s lit for atmosphere, which makes for challenging conditions for photographers.

Shouldn’t have worried though – we really, really couldn’t have asked for a better urban chic wedding (graffiti! random rock band! the back streets of edinburgh, a passing massive dog coming in for one of the groups shots, and a skull motif? Brilliant!) or a more charming and genuine couple than Connie and James.  There was beautiful, gorgeous, soft light in the form of a million fairy lights on the staircase, and also every natural light photographer’s dream: open shade in the very picturesque alleyway where we took the group shots.  It was my first wedding with Ben Goulter, who was the first shooter (so captured Connie’s side of the story in the morning) and once again proved how sickeningly talented he is, and was fantastic fun to work with.

Congratulations James and Connie!  We loved you a lot.  More than is probably normal.

-Catherine

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