Argyll and Bute wedding photographer, Chloé Timms of Chloe Jane Wedding Photography.

I am very happy to be an Argyll and Bute wedding photographer. After a honeymoon visit to Lochgoilhead, my husband an I decided to relocate from the Cotswolds.

Being an Argyll and Bute wedding photographer is just fantastic. The views here are amazing, and I find myself amongst the friendliest people that I have ever met. Having a whole host of stunning wedding venues not too far away is an amazing bonus.

I am based in Lochgoilhead, but as with all wedding photographers in Argyll and Bute, I am very happy to travel elsewhere. Having being based in the Cotswolds, I find myself regularly traveling all over the place for wedding bookings. So if you are based further afield, please don’t let this put you off making contact! Travelling really does come with the territory in the wedding industry!

Just in case you haven’t yet looked elsewhere on my website, I better tell you a little about my photography! So my style is very unobtrusive and relaxed. I like to tell the story of your day as it naturally unfolds, just as it would if I was not there. Other than a few staged shots throughout the day – think group, some couples shots, cake cutting – all your images will be beautifully natural. I like to keep out of the way as much as possible, allowing you and your guests to enjoy your special day.

Where possible I love countryside venues where we can go out and be creative. I’ll try to whisk you away twice during the wedding day. It’s great to take the opportunity to get some stunning couples shots of the two of you. It can also be a great opportunity (and quite likely your only opportunity) for the two of you to have a little time together, just the two of you.. Well almost just the two of you.

If you’re looking for an Argyll and Bute wedding photographer, or are getting married further afield, I would love to hear from you. I would love to help with any questions that you may have, please do drop me a message if you would like.

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