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Newborn Photography

The Best Scottish Wedding venues imaginable… Archerfield House & Waterfront

Blue Sky Photography, Real Life Weddings

Allow us introduce you to Archerfield House and Waterfront, one of our favourite wedding venues on our Goosebump List.

5 Creative Ways To Capture Your Baby’s First Year

Babies, Families

In case you’d like to try something a little different, I’ve compiled five of my favourite ideas for documenting the first 12 months of your baby’s life.

Your local Edinburgh photography studio is re-opening

Babies, Blue Sky Photography, Families

We’re so excited to let you know the plans for re-opening the Blue Sky Photography studio. This will happen with Phase 2 in line with government guidance for small businesses.

3 Last Minute Father’s Day Gifts

Blue Sky Photography, Families

Local Father’s Day Gift Ideas Edinburgh

Blue Sky Photography’s how to be a brilliant bridesmaid

Real Life Weddings

You’ve said yes. You’re going to be a bridesmaid. Whether you’ve wanted to be one for years, or have secretly been dreading being asked, now is your time to shine.

The Blue Sky Photography DNA | Origin Coffee


It might sound ridiculous that we, as a photography studio in Edinburgh, actually care about what coffee you’ll receive at the studio. But we do.

All Together


For us big groups like this are all about capturing the family in all the different combinations that make it up, All together, grandparents and grandchidren, grandkids on their own, parents and their parents and all the families too. It is a big job but we have the space, time and patience to work through it and get the results we need.

The Blue Sky Photography DNA | Bew Tea Co


It might sound ridiculous that we, as a photography studio in Edinburgh, actually care about what tea you receive. But we do.

There is Good in The Bad


This runs the risk of being one of those trite, over-used phrases if not handled with care. So I’m going to treat this subject with kid gloves I promise. Why? Because I genuinely believe there is good to be found in the bad. However difficult that is to hear.