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Great review Cynthia, thank you for sharing!

Congrats!!![/QUO

 

Luis and I are looking for a Cuban trio to play at our wedding as well, and I saw that you hired a group called Coco Ache. Do you have any contact details for them, and do you remember about how much you paid? Thanks your advise is very helpful.

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I am still trying to decide on which photographer to go with or fly one down. the photographer here gave me a tip re: the negatives or CD . were you able to get good pictures off of the cd that you recieved?

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Great review Cynthia, thank you for sharing!

Congrats!!![/QUO

 

Luis and I are looking for a Cuban trio to play at our wedding as well, and I saw that you hired a group called Coco Ache. Do you have any contact details for them, and do you remember about how much you paid? Thanks your advise is very helpful.

Sorry I don't have their contact information. Our wedding planner Michael and Eva booked them for us.

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I am still trying to decide on which photographer to go with or fly one down. the photographer here gave me a tip re: the negatives or CD . were you able to get good pictures off of the cd that you recieved?
Considering the bad weather and poor lighting for the day, we got pretty good pictures from the CD. There are no film negatives, all negatives are on CD. Hope it helps. Well if you can afford it you should fly your own photographer as a guest in your wedding, that way you will get more coverage and also more special moments. The local photographer only covers about 5 hours. Our party lasted longer than that and unfortunately no guest took any picture of our crazy pool party after midnight and we really hoped we had some nice picutures or films for our memory.

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Hello there, just a quick comment re: film or digital pictures......nowadays it's all digital and as long as you get the digital ones in a big format(one that stores the most info of the image), which could be RAW format or the highest jpg format, then you'll be fine. You can develop them later, print them later back at home and even have some enlargements and the quality of the image will be great. But all this your photographer should now already!!....Anyway having it in digital format your photogrpaher can even specially treat the images to get the most out of it, using regular software like photoshop......So good luck!!

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Hello Cynthia,

 

I hope you're still checking this thread...I found this review extremely helpful. My fiancee and I have been struggling lately with the size constraints at Casa Cosmos and I think you've laid out the pros/cons very well. With that in mind, I think I might have a few followup questions for you.

 

would it be possible for you to email us at dreyes00@hotmail.com

 

thanks--

danny & gabby

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