Documentary Wedding Photography by Scott Winchester

Bride coming down the aisle, groom waiting tentatively, documentary wedding photography

Why Documentary Wedding Photography?

Scott is passionate about capturing weddings in a completely natural style. Often referred to as reportage wedding photography or wedding photojournalism, photographing weddings in a documentary style is what sets Scott apart from the rest. Uncomfortable with posing, don't like taking orders on the day from a bossy photographer, getting fed up standing in line forever to get lots of group shots? Then you've come to the right place!

Selfie Time! Wedding Photojournalism

Scott likes to tell a story. By documenting your wedding in a completely natural way you will get powerful storytelling images that you will remember for a lifetime. Guests at a wedding often forget that Scott is there as he is quiet and unobtrusive. Ministers and celebrants have even commented that they forgot he was behind them!

Speeches at wedding, Drumtochty Castle

You'll find that Scott is friendly, approachable, he is trained to a high standard and his focus is on ensuring your day runs smoothly so that everyone enjoys themselves. Scott will blend in like one of the guests, won't take over your day and will give you a professional service.

Bride and groom's baby daughter baptised after wedding ceremony

What wedding venues do you do documentary photography at?

Scott travels all over the North East of Scotland and beyond to document weddings. He frequents venues such as Drumtochty Castle, Ardoe House Hotel, Logie Country House, Meldrum House Hotel, Banff Springs Hotel, Pittodrie House Hotel, Thainstone House Hotel, Maryculter House Hotel, Kings College Chapel, Banchory Lodge, Chester Hotel, Marcliffe at Pitfodels plus many more. Scott would love to tell the story of your wedding , get in touch today!

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