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Candid Photographics Aberdeenshire

I asked carrie to take photos of my wedding day after seeing some of her work on facebook. She did an amazing job, my husband and I were so happy with our photo's as were the rest of our famly. thank you Carrie!

Wedding and family portrait photographer Carrie McIntosh is recognised throughout Aberdeenshire for her ability to make each and every client feel comfortable and confident in front of the camera. Carrie's Friendly, calm but yet professional approach will relax the most camera-shy child, family or bride. As a mother of three, Carrie is understanding patient and flexible when working with families.

As the name Candid Photographics suggest, natural is the main focus for Carrie - a fun photography experience you’ll love!

Professional photographs to treasure – for you and your family, for years to come.

Outstanding customer service – Carrie’s focus will be on you and your family from initial consultation, throughout your photography session and beyond.

I have a limited number of sessions available each month and only photograph a limited number of weddings per year. Please get in touch today for a no-obligation chat about photography for you, your family or special wedding day. You are unique so you deserve a unique service.

I look forward to hearing from you soon.

Douneside House, Tarland
our photo's of our new family are absolutely amazing! Thank you carrie!
Megan and her Dad at Maryculter House Hotel
We went to carrie for our family photo's for the 3rd time, and as always, she was so patient with our grumpy toddler! you are brilliant with kids! Cracking pics! thanks carrie!
The Brown Family at Castle Fraser
great quality pics that we all love at a very reasonable price! Thanks again.
Keeva
Kinslea

candidphotographics61@gmail.com 07860868041

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