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We got married at Kukua Restaurant in Punta Cana on November 25, 2015. We were originally supposed to get married on November 24 but due to the majority of our group catching gastro, we had to postpone the wedding and HDC accommodated this last minute change with no questions!

 

From the beginning, all communication with Arnaud is FAST. By this I mean I usually had a response within minutes. If longer than minutes, it was just a few hours and I sent A LOT of messages.

 

We purchased a photo and video package and I cannot express just how happy we are. Our pictures are beautiful, our photographer was a dream to work with. He interacted amazingly with our guests and everyone enjoyed him. We also did a TTD shoot with him a few days later and these pictures were also amazing. I cannot say enough good things about HDC. We met with a representative a few days later right at our resort where we went through and picked our photos. They were all hand delivered to us along with our DVD at the resort before we returned home.

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This company offers great professionalism, great service and amazing pictures. We booked both video and photos from Arnaud and every single picture is breathtaking. We did our wedding at Dreams La Romana and the photographer was very familiar with the place and shot great pictures from angles we did not even think about. They delivered the pictures and the video in 3 days as promised. If you are looking for reliable service, amazing pictures and on budget this is the one :)

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Nice to see HDC is still getting great reviews. We had them for our wedding April 17, 2015 and we are so happy still with our decision. We basically have one wall in our house dedicated to our wedding photos...haha 

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Arnaud and his team are amazing! We were on a cruise ship for our honeymoon but wanted some professional pictures done in Jamaica. When we got to Jamaica we were met by Phillip who did our pictures. He listened to what we wanted and made us feel comfortable. In addition, he went above and beyond by showing us parts of Jamaica! About 10 days later we received over pictures and they are stunning!

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Working with HCD Photo was beyond amazing.  There are not enough good things we can say about the quality of their work and the customer service we received.  We are so thrilled and pleased with our experience and will our end product of photographs and especially the video.  They truly exceeded our expectations.

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Yes and they are amazing!! We had the most incredible experience working with HDC Photo at the Hard Rock Hotel in Cancun - Maureen de Vries, Abraham Montoya, and Frank Zamudio were complete rockstars. They were patient, kind, and brilliantly talented. They made us feel like we were the most special couple in the world and really captured every moment with poignant style. They exceeded our wildest imagination and went the extra mile at every turn, exceeding what was honestly expected of them. I can't more heartedly recommend this fine and delightful group! Thank you for making our wedding dreams come true!

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