Lifestyle Portraits of sisters Becky and Naomi, A birthday gift for their mother.

As a Arbroath Family Portrait Photographer I feel that creating a precious gift as holding memories of your children no matter what age they are is one of the reasons being a photographer is so rewarding. Working together with the family to create natural portraits,  Becky and Naomi have now left home and are settling... Continue Reading →

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The stunning wedding at Carnoustie Golf and Spa hotel with Sammy and Ross. 

As for a September wedding the weather was just right for Sammy and Ross who were married at the Carnoustie golf and spa hotel that is a world-class golf resort with stunning beaches. Sammy and Ross chose Derek Ramage Photography who is a Dundee wedding photographer and covers weddings throughout Scotland. As Ross is a... Continue Reading →

Sammy and Ross’s Pre Wedding Portraits at Carnoustie.

Sammy and Ross and a wonderful morning at Carnoustie's sea front enjoying the sunshine and wind on this stretch of sand behind Barry Buddon live firing ranges. This beautiful couple will be celebrating their wedding at the stunning iconic Carnoustie Golf and Spa Hotel later this month. Sammy and I first met a few years... Continue Reading →

Zoe and Ryan’s Malmaison Hotel Dundee Wedding

Zoe and Ryan first contacted me back in 2019 to be their wedding photographer in 2020 but as everyone knowns the world stopped due to the unfortunate pandemic that shook the wedding industry. Zoe and Ryan still wanted me to be their wedding photographer so when we were all allowed, the Malmaison Hotel in Dundee... Continue Reading →

Morag and Michael’s Wedding at Woodlands Hotel, Dundee.

On line dating is a success ! For this wonderful couple that started seeing each other after a few clicks, then the dates just got stronger and the love flowed.  One of the best weddings I have had the privilege to cover as a wedding photographer in Dundee, this pair put on a show. With... Continue Reading →

Engagement Session Portraits in Dundee

Kym and shaun’s romantic engagement session in Dundee. I’ve always believed it’s essential for couples to enjoy an engagement photo session once they book me for their wedding. The majority of couples have never been photographed professionally before, so the engagement session is a big deal for them. It’s a simple way to establishing a... Continue Reading →

Mummy and Me mini sessions 11 March 2018 – Mothers Day. At the Secret Garden.

Available to book NOW! The perfect gift for any mother, a fantastic way to capture your child and enjoy Mothers day together in a special way.  Book in for your ‘Mummy and Me’ session at the Secret Garden before they are all gone. Don’t miss this chance for some beautiful images of you and your... Continue Reading →

Fashion Portraits in Edinburgh

As an Arbroath and Dundee wedding and portrait photographer, It’s so important to continually challenge what I already know; as well as develop new skills and push my own capabilities both creatively and technically. As well as learning new lighting techniques all these additional skills help me grow as a photographer but also offer my... Continue Reading →

Derek Ramage Photography Wedding Competition

WEDDING PHOTOGRAPHY COMPETITION - worth £1000 Derek Ramage Photography is offering the chance for Brides and Grooms to have their complete wedding photographed. If you are getting married between October 2017 and March 2018 and still don't have a photographer. Your wedding plans are always at the front of your mind. This fantastic competition could... Continue Reading →

Dundee Pre Wedding Photography -Engagement Portrait Session of Vicki & Amanda.

Vicki and Amanda were the winners to my competition which I had going throughout the Big Dundee Wedding Fair at the Caird Hall in Dundee. A stunning Loxley Colour framed print from this session will be sent to them very soon.  After announcing the lucky winners we set about planning their Pre-Wedding Photo shoot also... Continue Reading →

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