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My suggestion is once we book a day to book a hotel through hotwire we wont know the hotel name till we pay but it is cheaper and usually the hotels are nice. There is a nice hotel in Jersey across form the city(Jersey city) Hyatt I booked it before via hotwire the rate was good and hotel wa nice.

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Hi Ladies,

 

I have heard back from Kamila and here are the answers to all of your questions...

 

Please let me know on this thread about date first.. I am open to taking off Friday, March 6th - but my work is flexible. I will go with the majority.

 

THE DATE- I am ok with either date honestly

Kamila wrote:

Would Friday March 6th work for you girls at all?

I could do March 7th but I spoke to Michelle LoConte today and she has a wedding that day so she wouldn't be able to start until the afternoon. I prefer to start at noon or earlier so that we have as much natural light as possible. By March the sun sets a little later than it does now, so we might be okay if we start around 2:00, especially if we have no more than 4 girls in the group, that should be enough time!

 

LOCATION: NYC

Kamila wrote:

And I cover the room cost up to $150, while most rooms in NYC are about $250, so anything over $150 would be split between the girls. If we have 5 girls, it would only be about $20 extra per person. Also, Michelle has a contact at one of the new super chic hotels in NYC so we are hoping to get a day-rate or some kind of deal which may be possible especialy if we are going to do the shoot during the week.

 

TIMING: Kristy.. I specifically asked about you since you are the soonest and she said it's definetely doable

Kamila wrote:

I actually do work on the sessions in order of who's getting married soonest or who needs the album finished soonest. Since the early spring is a far less busy time than the summer and fall, I would expect to be done with all the sessions in no more than a few weeks, so May is more than enough time.

 

DETAILS: It's the $400 package I listed on the first page of this thread to include:

Kamila wrote:

The $400 is correct, and it is about 6-8 outfit changes, about an hour or so photoshoot per girl.

 

DEPOSITS: i would prefer that everyone contact Kamila themselves to give her the deposits when we decide or I can set up a Paypal account

Kamila wrote:

I would need the deposits of $100 per person when we decide on a date, so that I can book the room and Michelle LoConte for makeup/hair.

 

So far, I have the following ladies interested (in order of when they posted)-

Myself

DanaC

Kristy621

Blondie25

RIUMBBRIDE711

 

Let's do this ladies!!!

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Sounds great I think we should go with March 6th, so we have more time. I wll just have to take of work that day but i need to know soon since my request needs to be in a month in advance.

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Sounds great I think we should go with March 6th, so we have more time. I wll just have to take of work that day but i need to know soon since my request needs to be in a month in advance.
I would rather do the March 6th as well for your reasons and Kamila's reasoning with the natural light etc..
I think that we need 3 people to be eligible for the group rate; and I know Kristy said that she can take a day off of work as well.

For those that can't - I will talk to her about setting up a Sat session.

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I can do Friday March 6th. I was able to get a hook up for Sunday the 8th I will see if my friend can do something for Friday... but it is busier so I am not sure... I am so excited! and nervous lol

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I can do Friday March 6th. I was able to get a hook up for Sunday the 8th I will see if my friend can do something for Friday... but it is busier so I am not sure... I am so excited! and nervous lol
Fabulous! So we have 3 of us which is enough to qualify for the group rate. Im going to give it another day or so to see if anyone else is interested and then I will give you all my PayPal information.

Thanks so much for looking into the location Kristy! I will also check with Kamila on her location as well - then we can all decide from there.

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I am super excited and nervous too!

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I am so bummed about this---can't make it.....Oh well--As I explained I get married on 3/6.
I know!! I am so sorry.. she didn't have a lot of other availablity in March. =(
I am sure that there will be others; or you can try to coordinate one with Kamila after you return with some other ladies!

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I can't do the 6th unless it was after 4 because I am a teacher and I can't take off. If anyone wants to do the 7th or a diffrent date I still want to do it

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I can't do the 6th unless it was after 4 because I am a teacher and I can't take off. If anyone wants to do the 7th or a diffrent date I still want to do it
I completely understand. I have already asked Kamila if there is a second date or if she can do both Friday and Saturday.

Either way, I will post it on here (keep looking at this thread) - and then one of you ladies can pick up the coordination from there.

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