scottish wedding photographer

Dunfermline, fife wedding photography

NORTON HOUSE HOTEL

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Edinburgh wedding photographer

From their website....

 

This 1840 hotel is a romantic Scottish wedding venue and one of the best meeting venues in Edinburgh, thanks to its location, 5 minutes from Edinburgh Airport and 20 minutes from the city centre, and its tailored, all inclusive packages. Set alongside our hotel there is the Norton House Health Club & Spa, making it perfect for weekend breaks in Scotland and a great place to work out, relax or unwind.

 

Norton House Hotel is blessed with not only original features that you would expect from a country house, it also has contemporary buildings as well. It's gardens are extensive and easily accessible which makes my style of documentary wedding photography much easier!

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There is ample car parking both in front of the main entrance and in the main carpark to the side.

 

Mark Quinn PhotographyBased in Fife, I cover weddings
across the whole of Scotland
and beyond
"Choosing Winton Castle for your wedding
would be a very good choice!"

Venue Details

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I've shot several weddings at Norton House Hotel in Edinburgh. The hotel has options for different sizes of ceremony including a very modern building alongside the sports and spa area. That is where the image at the top of the page was taken.

 

Being so close to South Queensferry I like to pop down to the coast for some portraits. If the weather allows obviously! Though there's nothing wrong with a wee bit of rain.

If you're getting married at Norton House Hotel I'd love to hear from you! Any questions about how the venue works for photography, any questions in general just get in touch.

 

There is plenty of space for guests to mingle.

The main reception room.

The gardens

Evening dancing.

And of course it's really simple to pop outside onto the patio for evening shots.

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next steps

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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

02

Get in touch and check my availability

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

03

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.

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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!

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