Hello! I'm Mark, an award winning Fife wedding photographer. I describe myself as a 'natural wedding photographer', which just means that I love creating fun, relaxed images that tell an authentic story of your wedding day.


Being a wedding photographer means I get to photograph some of the happiest moments of peoples lives. I get to see everyone at their best and play just a tiny part in that celebration. It's an amazing job and I know how lucky I am to be a professional wedding photographer.


I'm based in Fife, central Scotland, well placed for all the stunning venues and other opportunities for photographers that are near me, but I love to travel so I'm available anywhere.



To put it simply, my number one priority is that you have an incredible day, because when that happens the amazing images follow.


All I will do is help you relax, look your best and get you back to the party as quickly as possible.


Mark Quinn Photography | Sony Imaging Professional | Scottish Wedding Photographer

A review written by Music for Scotland

“Every wedding day needs a Mark…” - which is high praise indeed from one of Mark’s clients. And if you see his portfolio you’ll see why. His photographs wouldn’t look out of place in Vogue - they are so glossy, candid and the subjects all seem to look completely at ease (a difficult thing to achieve with a camera pointed at them).

Mark has a true passion for his work and clearly loves every minute. If you want a photographer who can capture all of the little details to give you that unforgettable big picture of your big day, Mark Quinn’s your guy. Have a wee look through his photos and read his client reviews if you need any more convincing.

A natural style of wedding photography

Photography has changed a lot in the last 30 years. Now most wedding photographers describe themselves as 'documentary photographers' or 'photojournalist photographers' and to be honest both of them mean pretty much the same thing. Essentially they mean it's about capturing the day in the most unobtrusive way.


So what's my style? I like to call it 'Natural Wedding Photography', it's a modern approach to traditional wedding photography that combines documentary and portrait photography. I love candid photographs just as much as everyone else and the vast majority of images I upload to a wedding gallery are candid. When going through a wedding for post-processing they're the ones that bring out an 'oh I remember that! ' from me, so you could even say they are the most honest and authentic style of wedding photographs.


But candid images can't be everything.

I think there is a limitation to candid photography and that's when it comes to your couple and group photographs. Candid photos of your family and friends are fantastic and they're really fun to shoot, but you'll likely want at least a few photographs with some of your most important guests and that's where candid photography needs to take a backseat. I'll help gather the groups and make sure your family pictures are ones you and they will love.


For the images of just the two of you I like a mixture of candids and portrait shots. The planned portraits are when I'll give you some direction here and there but the most important thing is that you have some fun with it and focus on each other. Most couples have never really been in front of a professional photographer before and genuinely have no idea of what to expect, let alone what to do. And that's okay, that's what I'm there to help with.



As mentioned above, all I will do is help you relax, look your best and get you back to your guests before you know it. It honestly is as simple as that.

Featured weddings


Louise + Alvaro's September wedding at Carlowrie Castle, Kirkliston, Edinburgh.

Jodie + Colin's November wedding at Errol Park, Perthshire.


Gemma + Pete's intimate wedding, Errichel, Aberfeldy in October.

Have a look at a recent wedding preview slideshow. This is how you would first see your wedding photographs, all within a week of the wedding.


Next steps


Read the 4 key steps to finding your photographer

Hopefully you'll find some useful advice. I promise the only bias in the blog is for photography in general and not specifically towards me!

The 4 key steps to finding your photographer


Get in touch and check my availability

Let me know your date and I'll get back to you asap!


Arrange a chat

Very informal (honestly, I don't do formal) and no obligation chat. You browse through my sample albums whilst we chat about your plans for the big day.


Hopefully book me!

Once you've decided I'm the photographer for you, it's all straightforward. You'll have your own online portal for contracts, invoicing, galleries and design proofs. You can even sign your contract on your phone.


Dunfermline, Fife, Scotland.



Contact me at any time and I'll get back to you asap!





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