Lisa Devine Photography

Mr C’s brother sent us the links to the official photos from his wedding the other day and they are (as they say) a-mazing! They were taken by Lisa of Lisa Devine Photography, who is based in Glasgow but from her website it looks like she can travel (in fact, it says she loves to travel, which is good news if you’re not in Glasgow!). I love the style of photography Lisa used – it was quite different from most other wedding photos I’ve seen; much more of a documentary style, rather than lots of posed, group shots (although there were a few of those too), and the angles she took the pictures from are ones that you wouldn’t necessarily think would work, and yet they do, wonderfully well. The pictures feel really personal and intimate, but Lisa was very unobtrusive on the day – I hardly noticed she was there most of the time. Best of all, I think she did a great job of reflecting the personalities and joy of the my brother and now-sister-in-law on their wedding day. A beautiful record of a beautiful day.

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Author: Lilian

Librarian who likes music, cataloguing, theology, gardening, crochet, ampersands, taking photos, baking & tea. Has CHD & pacemaker.

1 thought on “Lisa Devine Photography”

  1. I like the more informal style of wedding photography as well. It must take an awful lot of effort and concentration (as well as artistic flair) for a photographer to manage to capture those fleeting moments. Also they have to sustain this effort for a number of hours. But it must be a very rewarding job as it brings so much joy to people when the results are as good as that.

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