Ingliston country club from a photographer point of view.
Being a professional photographer my responsibility is to produce fantastic images from all aspects of the day. I will meet up or speak with the couple before their big day to discuss the final details of their wedding, for example. Ceremony time, who they want in their photos so that no one is forgotten in the couple’s wedding photographs. I find it very important on a wedding day to stick to times and keep in touch with the staff, so the day runs smoothly.
The day maybe a challenge due to weather conditions, but as long as I keep communication going with the staff of Ingliston everything should run according to plan. Being such an important and memorable day for the couple and their close family and friends. To keep stress levels down, I am always aware and watching for anything that I can do to help out on their big day. The more relaxed my couple and guests are the better the photographs will be.
Being at the preparation while the bride and bride’s maids get ready is a good opportunity to take detailed photos of the dress, flowers of her shoes and all other important keepsakes she may have gathered for her wedding day. I love to tell a story of their special day photographing all the special moments and capturing the atmosphere and emotions while the bride and her family and friends prepare for the big day. Throughout the day I am always keeping an eye out for special moments, because a timeless moment may only last in a split second and can never be repeated. I like to give my couple a wide range of different photographs, both formal and reportage.
After the day is over. I will then edit every photograph that I have taken of their day and presented in a usb of their choice.
If you require an album, I will design an album of your choice, telling a story from start to finish.
What do I love about my job.
I have a passion for photography and feel very fortunate to be doing what I do. I am always very friendly and being a people person absolutely love being part of a very special. I love to mingle between family and friends, having a chat and even help guests with their cameras. No wedding is the same and I am so honoured to be part of your day from start to finish.
Why do I like working at Ingliston.
Ingliston is only 20 mins from where I live and is a fantastic location near to the river Clyde and Bishopton. The Salerno suit is my favourite with its art deco design which is great for photograph opportunities both inside and out. It is a very nice wedding venue offering the choice of two very different beautifully presented function suites. The Connemara Suite in the main building or the stylish Salerno Suite which has the savoy feel to it. Ingliston would be the perfect choice for a perfect day. If you like horses, you can have a horse and carriage take you from the lodges to your ceremony and after the newlyweds can be taken a run by the very experienced staff.
Looking for a photographer in Glasgow
Gary Davidson Photography Photo Gallery Prices
When planning your wedding and you start looking for a wedding photographer, It can be can be a bit of a challenge. Where do you start, Let me help you with some great advise. Always look for a photographer that has the experience in the wedding industry. I have about 20 years of experience in photographing weddings. Do you go for someone via a recommendation; I get most of my work by recommendation.
Cost: what is the average price of a good photographer, I would say about £800 for a full day cover, plus album cost.
Do you go for a photographer that just does it for the money or do you go for someone that has a passion for what they do. I love my job and certainly have a passion for photography, especially weddings.
Every wedding is different, the people that I meet and the amazing wedding venues that I attend through out Scotland, make my job so much fun. Yes fun, after all It’s the your most important day of your life, so have fun and let your photographer capture that. Some of the fun shots that I do at weddings are different and not everybody’s cup of tea. I was working at the Waterside hotel in Ayrshire recently and after doing a fun shot at the bar with the wedding party, I have been told by the staff that they have never seen that before. For me that is good news.
I pride myself in keeping my work fresh and a wee bit different and always open to new ideas.