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New 2010 Photography Prices from Micheal -ROR

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Not sure if the rest of you brides that have decided to go with Micheal, from photoshop jamaica, received his latest price list. I received the email tonight and am finding myself reading through it twice. Prices are definately reasonable. But will be emailing him with some of my questions ( Lord knows I have a few!) but I wanted to hear about what others think about the packages?

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Wow Teresa...you are getting married the day after me!!! I think I am going to bring a photographer...but I was waiting to see the new price list. Would you mind posting it or sending it over to me??

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That worked perfectly!

 

Thanks for this info...we are still on the fence about who we want for a photographer, so this really helps!

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Thanks for the info, I am just printing it out, and will go thru it and let you know what I am going to do. I do know that I will be using Michael as my photographer, just easier for me that way.

Again thanks for sharing the info!

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So I went thru the price list and I think I am going to go for one of the Head Photographers package, probably the 2nd one that cost just under 1,000. think that gives you 100 pics on a cd and 3 hours of his time. I am hoping to be able to use him for 1 hour for the ceremony and 2 hours for TTD.

 

So its my understanding that you still have to go home and have the prints made. Boy have things changed. I was married before 20 some odd years ago lol and I think the price for everything was like 1000.00.

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I haven't done the math yet, but I'm pretty sure the prices are much higher. But its still not too bad. I can't decide b/w the 100 or 150 shots. So I can't figure out how much it will be for an extra hour. My wedding is at 3 and I'm afriad they won't let us do the private poolside recep until 6 or so.

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Yes it does seem that the prices are a little higher. I think we are going to go with the Blue Mountain package and probably just pay for an additional hour. I think that you can assign a certain amount of time to everything that is going on..i.e. 1hr for ceremony 1 hr after...since our wedding will be at 4 and reception @ 6..

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I got Michael's email as well but haven't had a chance to sit down and decide which package to take. I will let you's know what I think:)

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