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I just talked to someone who got married at Now Jade a few months ago--her only complaint was the photographer, I believe her exact words were "He was....for lack of a better word retarded". Has anyone else heard bad things about the resort photographer? It looks like a lot of people are hiring a photographer from outside of the resort.

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There are multiple reasons why people book outside photographers. 

The main ones are

* More coverage, less money

* Better equipment

* Better photography skills

* Dedicated to wedding photography

 

In the end, it's typically better quality and quantity.

 

Best wishes!

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Congrats all you destination brides!!! who are researching plans + looking for info to help you make the best decisions that are right for You :)

 

We advise all our wedding couples that if photography is important to them, to hire one of the numerous professionals available in our area !!! They'll be SO Glad they did!

 

Your Wedding Day Story they capture in photos will last you a lifetime and take you back to the emotions of all those special "moments that matter" like nothing else can!

 

Professionals have the training, knowledge, expertise, motivation, equipment, + experience to create a very superior end product! 

 

You don't need to take our word for it, just check out the reveiws on the photographer page to see wedding couples' reactions to "the real thing" a professional delivers :)

Your Wedding Celebration is a once-in-a-lifetime occassion.......there are no "do-overs" so there's only one chance to get it right!

 

Fortunately there are numerous professionals in our area who are very capable of doing exactly that :) The key is to find one whose work resonates with you....tugs at your heartstings and may even make you a little misty........that's the ONE for you!!! 

 

Here's what one of our wedding couples shared in a BDW post yesterday - about choosing team MTM for their BIg Day.........

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"Originally Posted by Blrlym2002

I JUST got married there last week at the Iberostar Parisio Maya, I had Moments That Matter Photography, we are speechless with the pictures, as well as He is Canadian and well all around AMAZING! Then I used DJ Bob, I was sent his info through my resort and nervous, but let me tell ya, AMAZING. My wedding could have been doomed by either of these things. I cant recommend these two enough :) My wedding planner was on the resort so cant help you there. But Linkn from Moments That Matter might be able to suggest :)

Just Occurred to me this post could be old LOL.... If your already married Congrats LOL"

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I'm not saying you need to hire team MTM, however do strongly suggest that if photography is important to you,  consider hiring one of the great professional photographers available in our incomparable Mayan Riviera :)

 

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Wishing you all the best with your planning process and making the best decisions for You!!! Cheers ....enjoy the journey :)

 

team MTM asst, Lynda :)

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Hi Trina,

 

Many resort photographers just can't compare with the level of quality that the professional photographers on this forum can offer. If photography matters, do your research and definitely have a phone or Skype conversation with a couple of photographers.

 

You won't be sorry,

Jennifer

 

 

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I'm also getting married at Now Jade next year. I've decided to use the package photographer for our rehearsal dinner/welcome cocktail party and then I've hired an outside photographer "Sascha Gluck" to capture my actual wedding day. Like you, I have heard very mixed reviews about the resort photographers, and it seams like they're always switching them around and its never a constant person. I guess it just depends on how important pictures are to you, good luck!

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