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Review: Blue Lens Photography


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#1 Sarah Do

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    Posted 03 December 2009 - 01:24 PM

    Hello,

    I recently had my wedding at the Valentin Imperial Maya on November 21st. I was informed by the wedding planner Ariadna that she would be having a photographer come to the ceremony to take pictures. She told us that there was no commitment required and that if we wanted to buy pictures we could, but that we didn't have to. We were okay with that since overall we are super cheap with our money and don't like to feel pressured.

    When I arrived at the ceremony, the guys from Blue Lens were already there. The owner Dennis was already snapping away along with another photographer. I already had family there with cameras taking photos too since those were all we planned on having. Anyway, the photographers kept in the background during the ceremony and I didn't even notice that they were there. Kudos to them for that. After the ceremony, we took family photos and then tons of fun photos. My new husband and I had so much fun doing the TTD part of it. Afterward, they asked us if there was any other poses we wanted or if we wanted them at our reception. I was satisfied with what we did, so I told them "no" and let them leave.

    We met with Dennis a few days later to view our photos. I have to say, I was very very pleasantly surprised. The photos were amazing. They even had a DVD presentation made up for us as well that was so cute and set to perfect music. My husband and I were both a little sad we didn't have them stay longer to take more. As far as pricing goes, we ended up paying $500 for ALL of the digital copies. I can affirm that you will have a hard time finding anyone as talented as them for that kind of price.

    You can check out their website at Playa del Carmen Wedding Photographer in Riviera Maya | Bluelenscaribe

    I am not sure what they charge to book in advance, but they seem like they are very willing to come up with packages to fit everyone's budget.

    Please let me know if you have any questions at all either in this thread or you can PM me.
    I will email pics to anyone that would like me to. The file sizes are too large to send and I am not very technologically smart.

    #2 hoyt75

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      Posted 17 December 2009 - 12:20 AM

      Hi Sarah,

      I would really love it if you could please send me some pics for your wedding. We're getting married at the Valentin on 4/3/10 and I'm having such a hard time trying to get any good informatin. If you could e-mail the pics that would be great, my email is jl.mcgann@yahoo.com.

      Thanks!
      Jenna

      #3 Sarah Do

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        Posted 21 December 2009 - 12:38 PM

        Quote:
        Originally Posted by hoyt75
        Hi Sarah,

        I would really love it if you could please send me some pics for your wedding. We're getting married at the Valentin on 4/3/10 and I'm having such a hard time trying to get any good informatin. If you could e-mail the pics that would be great, my email is jl.mcgann@yahoo.com.

        Thanks!
        Jenna
        Hi Jenna,

        Our pictures are on our website at Tan and Sarah - The Knot: Wedding Web Page Builder

        Thanks

        #4 s_katrese

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          Posted 28 December 2009 - 12:53 AM

          thanks for the info :)

          #5 cpezuk

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            Posted 10 October 2010 - 04:23 PM

            Hi Sarah, I'm getting married in Mexico in July and was interested in seeing your photos. I have heard that this photographer is very reasonable and glad to hear you had success with him.

            Would you email me your photo's please. Thank you! Christine(:

            christine_pezuk@hotmail.com






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