Four wedding photographers put their spin on a photoshoot at Cambo House

Some of Scotland’s leading wedding photographers got together at Fife’s Cambo Estate for a workshop with Photography Farm, and the results show off their range and talent beautifully. Inspiration awaits…

A woman in a sequin dress dances in front of a wall outside
Photo: Sandie Ritchie Photography

Run by Brighton-based wedding photographer Lisa Devlin Photography, the Photography Farm gives photographers the opportunity to build on their photography skills and expand their portfolios by creating gorgeous shoot set ups with industry experts. This time, the team headed to Cambo Estate on Fife’s sunny coast for a day that made the most of the venue’s luxe interiors and sprawling gardens.

We’ve lined up images from four of the day’s attendees below. Whether your wedding mood board is all about boho outdoor celebrations with a festival vibe, or wintry shindigs in a luxe stately home, these photographers have it covered. Ready, set, pin!

Bernadeta Kupiec Photography

erna”I like vintage and romantic atmospheres and Cambo Estate is a perfect fit in this regard,” explains Bernadeta. “It’s one of the most beautiful Victorian venues in Fife. Everything, worked together well: flowers, cake, decorations, stationary, dresses. In fact, it felt as if I had stepped back in time. The styling by the girls from Gloam was beautiful.”

(Left) Two women kiss; (right) two women walk in a garden(Left) a bouquet of pink flowers; (right) two women recline on a bench(Left) a woman sits with her chin in her hand; (right) a woman sits on a chaise longue


Danielle Leslie Photography

“It’s almost impossible for me to pass up on booking a shoot day because I get too much FOMO! I love them!” laughs Danielle. “I played a lot with a couple of my new trinkets – including a copper pipe to create a warm and unusual glowy effect, which is especially stunning when it captures and reflects light.”

(Left) a close-up of a woman with flowers in her hair and statement earrings; (right) a woman in a wedding dress reclines on a sofa holding a bouquetA woman in a sparkly dress walks through a garden with palm trees

(Left)two brides embrace in front of a stately home; (right) a close-up of a vase in the shape of a swan filled with flowers


Sandie Ritchie Photography

“Cambo House is the most unreal wedding venue: it’s country manor meets sophisticated glamour,” enthuses Sandie. “I loved working with all the creatives and models on the day and this shoot was as cool as could be. The past two years have been upside-down and Photography Farm has really supported me through it all and helped me become a better photographer – leaving me inspired and absolutely ready to take on my wedding season.”

(Left)two women stand and laugh under a tree; (Right) a woman stands in front of a flower bushA woman in a floral dress walks in a garden


Lauren Polson Photography

(Left) a woman wearing a wedding dress leans against a bookshelf in a library; (Right) A woman in a wedding dress stands next two a four poster bed and throws one of the drapings(Right) two women embrace; (Left) a woman poses outside in a floral dress

Photoshoot credits

Lead photographers Lisa Devlin and Claire Fleck
Shoot assistant Chris Guthrie Scott Photos
Location Cambo Estate
Planning, styling, floral design and stationery Gloam
Wedding cake Schillicious
Tableware Style In Detail
Hair Pin-Up Hair Glasgow
Makeup Cat Robertson
Models Gracey and Luci; Melissa at Tartan Models
Bridal fashion Butterfly dress by Halfpenny London and Sassi Holford gowns all via Rachel Scott Couture; floral dress by Needle and Thread; jumpsuit by Ghost; suit by ASOS

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