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The Perfect Wedding with Richard Howden Photography

We have been involved in many weddings over the last 6 years. We are based in the Scottish Borders in Galashiels. We specialise in Bespoke Weddings in the Scottish Borders and Lothian areas but are willing to travel anywhere in the world if required. We also cover commercial work when requested. We have several years of experience in this sector and love what we do. We like to ensure you are relaxed and aim to keep your special day as casual as possible and add in posed shots at your request.

The Perfect Wedding is what you make it. We believe at Richard Howden Photography that this is your special day and it is our job to ensure we document your day perfectly from when we arrive to when we leave. There are 4 main packages to choose from, but these packages can be customised to create a bespoke package to suit your requirements. The packages start from £749. Bespoke packages may cost less depending on your requirements.

From the Flowers

To the Rings

The Makeup

To the Accessories

It is important at Richard Howden Photography that we ensure all the intricut details of the day are captured. The small but important parts are not seen by others and and we feel it is important to capture these moments for you to cherish.

We love to be part of your big day and we are privileged to see so many people enjoying one of the best days of their lives.

We use the latest Mirrorless Fujifilm X-T2 professional equipment with a variety of professional grade zoom and prime lenses. You may wonder why not Nikon or Canon like most photographers. We previously worked with the Nikon DSLR cameras but decided to move to the Fuji Mirrorless system as we felt there were many benefits for the Wedding industry by utilising these cameras extra features. They allow for a live preview of the shot we will get, they also offer a completely silent electronic shutter option where required. We also use a few flash guns and triggers for certain setups when required. We don’t believe in tripod setups, reflectors, soft box rigs etc as this can take up far too much time and can be overpowering. The occasional tripod may be used in low light scenarios but only when we feel a great need for it.

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by Richard Howden Photography

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