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#31 smfs

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    Posted 04 January 2011 - 11:58 AM

     

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    *16 confirmed~9/10/11~Nassau, Bahamas*
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    #32 HisLastName

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      Posted 27 December 2012 - 12:28 PM

      these are amazing photos!  i hope my photographer at sandals can capture great shots like this...everything about them is great, including the colors in the background!



      #33 HisLastName

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        Posted 27 December 2012 - 12:29 PM

        ugh, i was replying to a different post...just figured out how to "quote" it so it won't seem like i am coming from left field, lol! sorry!!



        #34 FutureMrsLehman

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          Posted 27 September 2013 - 10:44 PM

          Quote:
          Originally Posted by islandbride317 

          I posted this response in a different thread, but I thought I'd restate my comment here in case anyone would find it helpful:

          Here's what I am going to do: we're getting the a la carte (6) 8x10 pics for $150, and the $500 DVD of the ceremony/cocktail reception, plus my future Mother in law just bought a professional-grade Nikon camera, so she will be snapping pics throughout the ceremony as well.

          And then, a few hours later, my guests and I are going to be going OFF THE RESORT PROPERTY with Alain Hottat of Brian Nejedly Photography (Brian is an American Photographer that lives in Ocho Rios, so you don't have to pay travel fees -- he's already there and he's been a DREAM to deal with so far! Total professional!) Alain will be taking us to both a beach location and a falls location to do some portrait shots with our guests in my ceremony dress (and then I'll change for a TTD session, just my FI and I) right around sunset. And I think you will be shocked by how reasonable his prices are....check out his site at Jamaica Wedding Photographer - Brian Nejedly.

          Hope that helps!

           

          This is a GREAT idea!! His pics on his website look amazing! Thank you for this brilliant suggestion!!



          #35 redsoxgrl

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            Posted 02 October 2013 - 07:29 PM

            Quote:
            Originally Posted by islandbride317 

            I posted this response in a different thread, but I thought I'd restate my comment here in case anyone would find it helpful:

            Here's what I am going to do: we're getting the a la carte (6) 8x10 pics for $150, and the $500 DVD of the ceremony/cocktail reception, plus my future Mother in law just bought a professional-grade Nikon camera, so she will be snapping pics throughout the ceremony as well.

            And then, a few hours later, my guests and I are going to be going OFF THE RESORT PROPERTY with Alain Hottat of Brian Nejedly Photography (Brian is an American Photographer that lives in Ocho Rios, so you don't have to pay travel fees -- he's already there and he's been a DREAM to deal with so far! Total professional!) Alain will be taking us to both a beach location and a falls location to do some portrait shots with our guests in my ceremony dress (and then I'll change for a TTD session, just my FI and I) right around sunset. And I think you will be shocked by how reasonable his prices are....check out his site at Jamaica Wedding Photographer - Brian Nejedly.

            Hope that helps!

             

            This is a GREAT idea!! His pics on his website look amazing! Thank you for this brilliant suggestion!!

            I'm pretty much doing the same thing except I went with Misha Earle Photography instead of Brian Nejedly. They were actually the same price but Brian was located on the other side of the island and Misha is located on the same side of the island as where we are staying. We are doing the cheapest photo pkg at sandals to get ceremony photos then are being whisked away for photos all over with TTD at sunset. Pretty darn excited and I see that this is the route most sandals brides usually take for photos ;) I don't really want pics all over the resort anyways! http://www.mishaearlephotography.com




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