PHOTO ALBUM: Starry-eyed newlyweds captured in stunning night-time snaps

Aboyne Photographics

It differs photographer to photographer, but normally you’ll find they leave you to it after the first dance. Getting ready shots, ceremony and group photos, and the LOLs at speeches all in the bag, the more aesthetic portion of proceedings is over and now it’s time to let your hair down. Nobody really needs an additional 100 photos of your once-perfectly preened guests chowing down on some bacon rolls or tripping out of the photo booth with a fake monobrow on.

You could be missing a trick here, mind you. Once the sun goes down, a more amateur snapper is out of their league. But for an accomplished shutterbug, the capacity for atmospheric photography shouldn’t be overlooked. Especially if you’ve shelled out for a fireworks display. Your guests’ iPhones just can’t compete.

First Light Photography
Stevie Weir Photographer
Neil Thomas Douglas Photography
Eric-René Penoy
Andrew Weild Photography
From left: Craig & Eva Sanders PhotographyKarolina Kotkiewicz Photography
Stevie Weir Photographer
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Jarvie & Jones Photography
Duncan Ireland Photography
From left: Aboyne Photographics; Brown’s Photography
Blue Sky Photography
Emma Lawson Photography
Neil Thomas Douglas Photography
Emma Lawson Photography
From left: Brown’s PhotographyJB Moments Photography
Sheila Galvin Photography
Caroline Trotter Photography
Tandem Photo
Weir Photography
Jarvie & Jones Photography
Andrew Weild Photography
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