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Any photographer interested in flying to the Riviera Maya in May 2011??

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Originally Posted by nathanielthompsonphoto View Post
Hey Joanne - I'm pretty sure most photographers on here would love to celebrate with you, but we're not allowed to solicit. So, if we contact you I'm pretty sure we're breaking the forum rules...someone please correct me if I'm wrong.

Maybe, find some of your favorite photogs on the forum and reach out to them?
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Originally Posted by Jeff Babineau View Post
I would love to but you need to contact us.
This site is great for your research BTW.
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Originally Posted by Tlseege View Post
Echoing what Nathaniel and Jeff have said. We are not allowed to contact you, you'd have to contact us.
But there are a bunch of us who would be willing to do so, but you should check out everyone's work and find someone who fits best with you!
Best wishes, and good luck! I photographed the Barcelo this past February and it was GORGEOUS, so I'm sure you won't have trouble finding someone! :)
I saw this thread and was afraid that I was going to open it just to see a bunch of vendors replying saying "me me me!" I am very happy to see that all vendors that replied have followed the forum rules. MUCH appreciated!

I suggest you do the research and find a vendor that you like and contact them - I don't know of a single vendor that wouldn't be willing to travel if the price is right. That's why any of the vendors on here are members - they're destination photogs - they expect to travel!

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I just had a DW in Maui with the VERY talented Melissa McClure. (her website link is: Melissa McClure - Destination And Southern California Wedding Photographer). I know she's very busy, but I also know she loves to travel. You should definitely check her out as the package you described sounded identical to what I got from her- including the TTD and the slideshow w/ music and photo rights on CD. But more than anything- her photos are to die for!! I'm so happy with our pictures and even after being married for 3 months- still look at them daily to relive the day!! Hope this helps!

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I'm going to suggest a local photographer in my area...

 

brendamurphyphotography.com

 

She recently photographed my friends wedding and the pics are awesome!! And her prices and def. reasonable.

Hope this helps.

 

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Before you pay some one to fly down you should look into Del Sol

 

http://delsolphotography.com/blog/ I have them booked for my wedding on February, 18th.

 

There work has been seen in magazine around the world and have been voted one of the top ten destination wedding photographers in the world. They are a little pricey, but they take “Quality†to a new level by there unparalleled ability to capture photo journalism.

 

If you love the Del Sol style, but would prefer a more economical choice. Matt, Owner of Del Sol apparently started another company under the Del Sol umbrella called La Luna.

 

Their website is located HERE -> http://www.lalunaphotographers.com/

 

You should take a look; I believe some of the pictures posted on the website are of Best Destination Wedding Brides. I believe La Luna starts at $400. It might be nice to have someone on call that is going with you. But there are tons of advantages for having a local photographer do it. I know Del Sol goes to all Cenotes, provides the transportation and knows the area super well. Plus with Sol along you wouldn't have to worry about a language barrier.

 

Check them out!

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Hllo Dear i am sure you will find lot of great photographers whereever you from but check some other reputable companyes here they have also great photographers you may dont even have to spend that amount of money on fairs hotel meals and all that staff so may be is cheapper just a day pass. see what people said 

 

 

Michelle Ziegeman I just recieved my Photos and Video and WOW!!!! what an amazing job you guys did!!! Thank you very much !!!!! I would definaly recommend you to anyone

 

 

Martin & Astrid

 

http://www.cancunweddingphoto.com

 

http://www.facebook.com/pages/Cancun-Wedding-Photo/405881376123?ref=search&sid=798284870.3412525174..1'>http://www.facebook.com/pages/Cancun-Wedding-Photo/405881376123?ref=search&sid=798284870.3412525174..1

 

http://www.facebook.com/pages/Cancun-Wedding-Photo/405881376123?ref=search&sid=798284870.3412525174..1

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