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Laura & Matthew

So it turns out Laura’s shared enthusiasm with me for photography is a dangerous combination. We spoke on email and what started as simple location ideas conveniently close to town quickly escalated into what turned out to be a death defying hike into the remote Scottish Highlands.

I’ve shot in my fair share of cool places, but there was something particularly magical about how this epic location aligned with the moody elements courtesy of mother nature. We were gifted with the light I dream about at a location so breathtaking that looking back it’s hard to believe it’s even a real place. I assure you it is.

It was muddy, cold, windy, rainy – you name it. Consequently Laura nearly got hypothermia. We got lost. There were injuries. At one point we huddled in a survival tent and rationed our Tunnock’s Tea Cakes and Irn-Bru. All in the name of photography. And thank god we did.

#truestory #aintnothang #worthit



Speaking of epic locations, check out my top 20 tips on how to find awesome wedding portrait locations HERE.

If you’re interested in hearing more about my process and what makes me tick, head on over the the School of Wedding Photography for a recent interview I did with founder Nicholas Purcell HERE.

  1. Orsana — Beautiful photos. You have real talent, I knew right away.

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