Glasgow & Argyll Wedding Photography
My name is Ian Arthur and I am a full-time wedding photographer. I photograph weddings of all shapes and sizes in Glasgow, Loch Lomond, Argyll, the highlands and across Scotland seven days a week, and over the years I’ve photographed hundreds of weddings and captured thousands of smiles.
All weddings are a story, and the best way to tell any story is with pictures, and this is why you need a certain kind of photographer to capture your day. As a professional wedding photographer I tell wedding stories through my picture taking, capturing those unforgettable wedding moments as the day unfolds – quickly, quietly and without a lot of fuss.
For intimate weddings with just two people or maybe a few more guests.
A la carte for small weddings with just enough guests and lots of pictures.
For big weddings with lots of guests and lots of pictures from start to finish.
Any kind of day
Whether its a big wedding, small wedding, intimate wedding or an elopment wedding, it’s the start of an incredible journey. I would like to share a part of this journey with you in the best way I can – through my photography. Click on the button to find out more.
Same sex weddings
For over ten years I have been offering a genuinely GLBT friendly service for same sex ceremonies, so if you are planning a pink wedding then don’t be shy about considering professional wedding pictures for your day.
Ian Arthur Photographer
I have been a full-time photographer for over 30 years. I live near Loch Lomond, have a dog called Sam and I’m heavily addicted to strong tea – the kind that melts your spoon. If you want to find out more…
Visit my gallery page to see lots of wedding pictures, portrait pictures, and a few recent wedding album designs.
Mindy & Adam
We love you, Ian
“We love you, Ian. We will cherish our wedding pictures forever. Not only did we find a world class photographer in Ian Arthur but also a lifelong kindred spirit across the Atlantic.”
Sarah & Chris
Exceeding our expectations
“Before the big day everyone said that the day will pass quickly and that we should stand back and take a moment to absorb the atmosphere and remember. We tried to take it all in, but for all those special moments we didn’t catch, thankfully Ian did..!!”
Kristen & AJ
“Wow. All I can say is WOW!!!! You did an amazing job!!! Thank you so so so much for taking the time you took to make it all so perfect.”
Besides photographing weddings, I also capture portraits or singles, couples, families and those special occasions. I do this in Glasgow or at Loch Lomond, so if you like the idea of some portrait pictures then visit my page.
Donna and Stewart have been together for quite a few years and they live near Dumbarton. With the arrival of their daughter they thought that it was about time they dotted an i and crossed the final tee - and got married. They wanted to keep their wedding small, cute,...read more
Ann and Jamie live in Arrochar. Ann is a teacher and Jamie a ceramics artist. They met purely by chance, fell in love, set up a home in Arrochar - and then started planning their wedding. And what a wedding it was...! While the girls were all getting ready in the Loch...read more
Craig and Edmund are from Ontario, Canada. They have been together for quite a long while now and they wanted to become a proper couple and get married, and where else better to do this - than Scotland, and Glasgow in particular. They contacted me several months...read more
Ann and Jamie have planned everything to perfection. their engagement. Their lives - and their wedding. Soon it will be their wedding day so to set the ball rolling we met up in their home village of Arrochar and did a portrait shoot. Meeting beforehand for a portrait...read more
Amy and Andrew met purely by chance. They met, started going out together then fell madly in love. And why not...! Andrew is quite the handsome chap and Amy... well, she's lovely. They wanted to get married at St Philomela's Church, which is a special place for Amy....read more
Because I'm a full-time photographer I'm available seven days a week and because of this, I get to do the things I like best - like photograph small and intimate mid-week weddings. I love these kind of weddings because they're small, full of emotion and I get to...read more
Okay, we've all been there. We get up, open the curtains and look outside - and its raining. Not just normal rain, but serious rain. The kind where ducks have to wear raincoats, so for today's wedding it looked like it was going to be one of 'those' days. Rebecca...read more
Walking the Walk... This is another of my favourite wedding pictures. A picture of two guys in Glasgow on their wedding day, and its a picture that I really like, and that I enjoyed taking. Some weddings can be a bit difficult. Time constraints, the weather or...read more
Viktoria and Iain's story is one of those where Iain saw Viktoria from afar and just knew he wanted to get to know her. Eventually he pucked up the courage to ask Viktoria out and she accepted. The rest, they say, is history.... When planning their wedding they...read more
Tracey and Ben have been together for a while and planned to get married when the time was right. They also wanted to get their wedding day 'just right' so a fair bit of planning went into their day at the Lodge on the Loch. Ben's father was the best Man, and both...read more
David and Krystie came a long way to get married in Glasgow. David is from Glasgow and when he left the RAF decided to emigrate to Australia, and after a while started dating Krystie - and then fell head over heels in love with her and asked for her hand in...read more
Nicola and Fraser had a wonderful wedding on the Isles of Islay. They met at University, and I think it was one of these slow romances that suddenly starts to grow and grow then before you know it - you're planning a wedding. They both live and work in Aberdeen, but...read more