Wedding Photographers in Glasgow

If you are lucky enough for your wedding to be taking place in Glasgow, then you will be pleased to know that there is an enormous choice of professional and talented wedding photographers in Glasgow ready to shoot your big day with style and panache, leaving you with timeless images that will last a lifetime.
Beth Hodge at The Courtyard Studio
Glasgow, North Lanarkshire
50+ Weddings Shot
A warm, talented, and professional Scottish wedding photographer, Beth has a wealth of experience to help you both relax and just enjoy your day in her very capable hands!
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  • £245 - £1,900
Louise Mallan Photography
Glasgow, South Lanarkshire
10-30 Weddings Shot
I offer outstanding documentary wedding photography, baby portrait and newborn photography throughout Glasgow, Edinburgh & Central Scotland.
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  • From £995
ChicPhoto
Glasgow/Falkirk/Edinburgh, Glasgow City
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50+ Weddings Shot
My name is Jacqui and I have been photographing weddings for 10 years now. I aim to give you a relaxed and unobtrusive style. For most of the day you won’t even know I’m there!
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  • From £950
betty jnr co.
Glasgow, Glasgow City
50+ Weddings Shot
I'm a passionate wedding photographer with a flair for creativity and a love for what I do. My style is modern and editorial, which means I focus on capturing the beauty and emotions of your special day in a unique and artistic way. I strive to create stunning visual narratives that tell your love story.
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  • £250 - £1,450
Michael Rankin Weddings
Glasgow, Glasgow City
50+ Weddings Shot
Michael Rankin Weddings specialise in 35mm film and digital photography along with super 8 film across Scotland and beyond. Our photographic approach is described as real, relaxed and cinematic all while keeping with our documentary style. We would love to get to know you and connect to see what magic we can create on your wedding day!
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  • £950 - £2,150
Stuart Dreghorn
Glasgow, Glasgow City
10-30 Weddings Shot
With two photographers working your wedding day, Dreghorn never miss a moment so that all your wedding memories can last forever!
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  • From £750
John Elphinstone Stirling
Glasgow, Glasgow City
50+ Weddings Shot
  • Luxury (£££)
Nigel Low Photography
Glasgow, Glasgow City
A Glasgow based professional photographer with many years of experience.
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  • From £895
Christopher Currie
Glasgow, Glasgow City
A photographic duo, based between Glasgow and London, but who travel anywhere and everywhere. Captured over 200 weddings, including their own!
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  • From £1,350
Visage Photography
Glasgow, Glasgow City
50+ Weddings Shot
This Scottish wedding photographer has been documenting weddings in beautiful photographic form since 1997!
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  • From £450
Jane Henderson Photography
Glasgow, East Renfrewshire
50+ Weddings Shot
Stunning wedding photography capturing your special day giving you memories to treasure.
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  • From £1,200
Artur Drazkowski
Glasgow, Lanarkshire
International wedding, fashion/editorial, and portrait photographer represented by Getty Images.
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  • P.O.A
sunshine photography
Glasgow, East Dunbartonshire
50+ Weddings Shot
  • From £500
Scott Arthur Photo
Glasgow, Glasgow City
30-50 Weddings Shot
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FAQ's

How do I find the best wedding photographers in Glasgow?

There are a few things to keep in mind when searching for the best wedding photographers in Glasgow. First, it is important to read reviews and compare prices. Second, it is helpful to ask family and friends for recommendations. Third, it is a good idea to book a consultation with a few different photographers to get a feel for their style and personality. Fourth, it is important to make sure that the photographer you choose is experienced and has a good portfolio. Finally, it is always a good idea to speak with the your wedding photographer beforehand and get a good idea on whether or not you will be a good fit for your big day, after all, if you feel relaxed with the person behind the camera they will be able to capture a much better set of photos for your wedding album.

How far in advance do a need to book a wedding photographer in Glasgow?

There is no definitive answer to this question, as it will depend on a number of factors such as the popularity of the photographer, the time of year you are getting married, and your own personal preferences. However, as a general rule of thumb, In Glasgow, it is advisable to book a wedding photographer at least 6-12 months in advance of your big day. This will give you the best chance of securing your preferred photographer, and also allow plenty of time for planning and preparing for your wedding photography.

What are some historic wedding venues in Glasgow?

There are a number of historic wedding venues in Glasgow if you are dreaming of some Bridgerton-esque wedding photography, including:

  • The Glasgow City Chambers, which date back to 1888 and offer a variety of stunning settings for your ceremony and reception, including the grandiose Main Hall, the intimate Kelvingrove Room and the modernist Mitchell Library;
  • Pollok House, a grand country house set in extensive grounds that make a perfect backdrop for wedding photos;
  • The Lighthouse, Scotland's Centre for Architecture and Design, which offers a unique and stylish setting for your big day;
  • The Glasgow Botanic Gardens, which provide a beautiful and tranquil setting for your wedding day.

What is the average cost of a wedding photographer in Glasgow?

The average cost of a wedding photographer in Glasgow is £1,200. However, there are a number of ways to cut costs when booking a photographer for your wedding.

One way to cut costs is to book a photographer who is just starting out. While they may not have as much experience as a more established photographer, they will likely be willing to work for less money. Another way to cut costs is to book a photographer who is willing to do a digital only package. This means that you will only receive the digital files from your wedding, and won’t receive any prints or albums. This can save you a significant amount of money.

If you’re set on booking a more experienced photographer, there are still ways to cut costs. One way is to book a photographer for a shorter time period. For example, instead of booking a photographer for 8 hours, you could book them for 6 hours. This can save you a significant amount of money. Another way to cut costs is to book a photographer who offers discounts for multiple weddings. This means that if you book them for 2 or more weddings, you will receive a discount. Finally, one of the best ways to cut costs when booking a wedding photographer is to simply shop around. Get quotes from a few different photographers and compare their prices. This will help you to find the best deal on a wedding photographer in Glasgow.


Where show I have my wedding photos taken in Glasgow?

There are a number of factors to consider when choosing a location for wedding photography. Glasgow has a lot to offer in terms of scenic locations, historic buildings and a range of venues to suit all budgets. However, it's important to consider the time of year as well as the weather conditions when making your decision. Spring and summer are generally the best times to get married in Scotland, but if you're planning a winter wedding, then you'll need to be prepared for potentially cold and wet weather. With that said, Glasgow can be a beautiful city to get married in no matter what time of year it is. Whether you're looking for an urban setting or a more rural one, there are plenty of great places for wedding photography in Glasgow.

Why should I have an engagement shoot in Glasgow?

There are many reasons why Glasgow is an excellent choice for an engagement photoshoot. The city has a rich history and stunning architecture, providing plenty of backdrops for beautiful photos. Glasgow is also home to a number of parks and gardens, which are perfect for couples who want to capture some natural beauty in their photos. And of course, the city offers a wide range of activities and attractions, so there's always something to do if you want to take a break from posing for photos!

Many couples will choose their wedding photographer to take their pre wedding and engagement pictures so that there is a uniform feel throughout all the images. It also gives your photographer a chance to know you better as a couple as well as the poses and styles that suit you best. In all, an engagement shoot is a personal choice for all couples but is a great way to get to know your photographer and have some more relaxed images of you both as a couple before the wedding day itself.