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Underwater Magic Trash the Dress

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I love fairy tales!!! and even better I love creating "Real Fairy Tale" images..

 

Any Trash the Dress session is an open opportunity to create magic, and thanks for all the "brave" brides eager to do anything and to go anywhere helping us pursuing "Fairy Tale like images"

 

Matt and I took these photos a few months ago, we have had so much work that I am slowly catching up with blog and forum posting.

 

Here's the full post at Del Sol Blog: Del Sol Photography Blog - 02.05.09 Janet y Ryan Cenote Trash the Dress | Photos by Matt and Sol

 

And here are a few images, for all those brides that want to make a "dream come true".. it is possible!!, the magic is there.. go get it!!

 

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Sol, everytime i see examples of yours and Matt's work, i feel incredibly lucky to have booked you for our TTD the in February 2010! We are SO looking forward to it :) Especially coming from the land of ice and snow, hopefully we'll have thawed out by then.

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Holy crap they are gorgeous! I wish I could've done that too!(although laying in a dried mangrove, covered in mud was pretty awesome too)

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The new pictures are amazing! You and Matt are phenomenal photographers, and your original ttd work in different cenote settings have helped inspire me to take amazing pictures for our wedding in November! I only wish I could afford your work! :) It would be worth it for sure, I'm happy you love what you do, it shows in every picture! Thanks for posting your work!

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