October 21st, 2011

>Winter Warmer / Christmas Promotion

>Thankyou for being patient folks…. I have now revised our Christmas promotional offer (having discovered another studio offering an almost identical one.)

This “winter warmer” collection is fantastic, and although a slightly higher investment is required than the original Christmas promo…. the value for money is outstanding. You are getting so much more for your money with this one…. so without further a-do…. I present to you details of the offer……

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The two accordian folios would make perfect gifts for both sets of Grandparents…. and keep the framed images for your own wall, a little present for all the household.

Demand will be high for this folks….. so book your session early to avoid disappointment! 😉

>Ballet Promotion

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I’m very excited to announce that Wallace Artworks Photography studio are running a promotion in conjunction with Manor School of Ballet.
School has around 900 pupils on the roll and it’s a very well respected and prestegious institution.

Pupils of the school will have been presented with their special voucher and should present it when they visit the studio. Please let us know you are a pupil at the time of booking your session.

We look forward to seeing you soon 🙂

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>Wedding Fayres

>August through to September also saw me attend 3 wedding fayres, in 3 consecutive weeks. The first was at the Ghillie Dhu in Edinburgh. The second at the Hilton Dunblane Hydro and the third at The Hilton Grosvenor, Edinburgh. I met many couples (although not as many as I had thought I would) and I drank rather a lot of coffee, other than that, there’s not a lot to tell. It’s a learning curve, that’s for sure.

Christ Church Morningside and Royal Botanic Gardens Edinburgh Wedding Photographer

>September saw the marriage of Georgiana and Ken at a local church in Morningside. It’s the first time I’ve been in the church itself, although I was familiar with it and it’s annex which is often used for childrens parties.
The church was very pretty inside, although a little back to front in how you would expect it to be laid out.

The day went well, and whilst I think the bride and groom seemed a little reserved at first.. I understand that all went out the window later when it was time for the “band-oke” 😉
After the church ceremony, we all made our way to The Royal Botanic Gardens…… the bride and groom made off in a beautiful Beauford (supplied by BBC cars) …. which was a joy to photograph.
Group shots were taken in the church car park, from an elevated position. One of the guests was kind enough to snap me unawares, and Georgiana presented me with a print of the image when she came to collect her wedding photos. I was delighted that someone would take the time and trouble.

All in all, a lovely day….. a lovely couple….. lovely venues…… a pleasure to work with. Wishing Ken and Georgiana all the very best for their future lives together.
Some images from the day………

Christ Church Morningside Edinburgh Wedding Photographer

Christ Church Morningside Edinburgh Wedding Photographer

Christ Church Morningside Edinburgh Wedding Photographer

Christ Church Morningside Edinburgh Wedding Photographer

Christ Church Morningside Edinburgh Wedding Photographer

Christ Church Morningside Edinburgh Wedding Photographer

Royal Botanic Gardens Edinburgh Wedding Photographer

Royal Botanic Gardens Edinburgh Wedding Photographer

Royal Botanic Gardens Edinburgh Wedding Photographer

Royal Botanic Gardens Edinburgh Wedding PhotographerAnd finally……. image of myself, taken by one of the guests as I was setting up the group shot. I have no recollection of it having been taken and it was taken from a distance as I was elevated. I must have been looking at them, at the time though!