scottish wedding photographer

Dunfermline, fife wedding photography




Hello! I'm Mark, a Fife wedding photographer. I describe myself as a 'natural wedding photographer', which just means that I love creating fun, relaxed images that tell an authentic story of your wedding day.


Being a wedding photographer means I get to photograph some of the happiest moments of couples lives. I get to see everyone at their best and play just a tiny part in that celebration. It's an amazing job and I know how lucky I am to be able to be a professional wedding photographer.


I'm based in Fife, central Scotland, well placed for all the stunning venues and other opportunities for photographers that are near me, but I love to travel so I'm available anywhere.

Scottish wedding awards

In a nutshell, what am I all about?

To put it simply, I think it's just as important that you laugh and have some fun, as it is that we make amazing images.

All I will do is help you relax, look your best and get you back to your guests before you know it. That's it.


There is no better way to see your preview photographs, delivered within one week of the wedding date. There's sound, just in case you're reading this at work!

Mark Quinn Photography | Sony Imaging Professional | Scottish Wedding Photographer

My approach to wedding photography


1. Documentary images


I want you to look at your photographs and be reminded of what an incredible day you both created.


I love to capture the wedding day as it happens, unstaged and unplanned. Those moments that when you look back on them, they'll instantly transport you back to that brief second in time and remind you of how you felt right at that moment. I’m not interested in photography trends or fads and I don't use filters that make all photographs look the same. I love timeless, vibrant photographs as well as dramatic black and white images.


The best compliment I get from couples and their guests is that they didn't really notice me, I absolutely love hearing that!

2. Creative portraits

For most of the day, I really hope I'm a peripheral figure in your wedding day, after all this is about you!


One of the exceptions to that being when I steal you away for two very short periods to get creative and make some really beautiful photographs of the two of you. I promise it won't take long and I'll have you back mingling with your guests before you know it.


I like to take some photographs between the ceremony and the wedding breakfast, and then later on when the sun is setting. In total about 45 mins at most, that's it.


Please don't be nervous about these photographs, if I can promise you anything it's that we'll have fun and that laughter is what makes the photographs really shine.

3. Relaxed photographs


Above all else I want you to love your photographs and the only way that will happen is if you enjoyed your wedding day. So I will work really hard to make sure even your group photographs don't take too long and are fun.


I love family and friend pictures where people actually look like family or friends! Stuffy, wooden photos are not my style!


Next steps


Read the 4 key steps to finding your photographer

Hopefully you'll find some useful advice. I promise the only bias in the blog is for photography in general and not specifically towards me!

The 4 key steps to finding your photographer


Get in touch and check my availability

Let me know your date and I'll get back to you asap!


Arrange a chat

Very informal (honestly, I don't do formal) and no obligation chat. You browse through my sample albums whilst we chat about your plans for the big day.


Hopefully book me!

Once you've decided I'm the photographer for you, it's all straightforward. You'll have your own online portal for contracts, invoicing, galleries and design proofs. You can even sign your contract on your phone!

A supplier review, written by Music for Scotland

“Every wedding day needs a Mark…” - which is high praise indeed from one of Mark’s clients. And if you see his portfolio you’ll see why. His photographs wouldn’t look out of place in Vogue - they are so glossy, candid and the subjects all seem to look completely at ease (a difficult thing to achieve with a camera pointed at them).

Mark has a true passion for his work and clearly loves every minute. If you want a photographer who can capture all of the little details to give you that unforgettable big picture of your big day, Mark Quinn’s your guy. Have a wee look through his photos and read his client reviews if you need any more convincing.


Dunfermline, Fife, Scotland.



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