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*Nadine*'s wedding and day after photots!!

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I have to admit that I am one of those brides who did not put photographery very high on the wedding planning totem pole. Probably pretty much last place. We had originally just decided to go with the resort photographer until we found out two months before our wedding that he had passed away suddenly. A couple girls on the forum here mentioned Nathan Cordova to me so I contacted him immediately and as luck(fate) would have it he was available to shoot our wedding.

Nate has to be the most accomadating, easy going, light hearted guy we have ever met. He worked with us to make the trip as affordable for us as possible and spent almost four days JUST travelling. You never would have known it though by his attitude.

We, and our guests, were beyond blown away with the pics Nate got for us and we have had so many friends and family comment on how incredible they are. I would recommend him, and do recommend, him in a heartbeat.

 

Here are the links to his blog posts for our wedding:

 

Destination Wedding – Huatulco (Nadine + Jesse Part 3) license to Still

 

and day after shoot:

 

Trash the Dress – Huatulco, Oaxaca (Nadine + Jesse Part 4) license to Still

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Awesome!! makes me even more excited to use him.

 

My fiance and I met him right before he left for your wedding. He was talking about how excited he was to travel all that way and shoot in a new place. It is great to see how it turned out!!

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booo hissss sad.gif i cant see the pics at work sad.gif im sure you were lovely tho, hope he hurries and gets a slideshow or something to you so i can see them! wink.gif

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