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Anybody have any info on the photographers. I have emailed them (photopro) and gotten the price lists but i'm wondering if going with an offsite vendor is a better idea. the packages from photopro seem expensive and to be honest I don't want all the wedding albums (I want to make them myself back home) I would rather just get all the pictures on a cd and deal with it all when I get home. Does anyone have ANY input on ANY vendors they have dealt with and/or recommend to get/not get. MUCH APPRECIATED!!

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Hey, I am new to this site and just stumbled upon your post. I can strongly suggest you contact Vincent Keh Photography ( www.vincentkehphoto.com ) and speak with Michael. He and his partner Greg shot our wedding in Punta Cana and we couldn't have been happier with EVERYTHING! Not only were we happy with the photos, but they are just great guys in general. We experienced some hiccups on our day, but their laid-back attitude made everything just a little easier to deal with and the photo sessions soooo much fun :). Like I said get a hold of Michael via the website or michael@vincentkehphoto.com and see what you can arrange. The pricing is great as long as you resort allows off-site photographers (and even if they don't, just decline the resort photographer and invite the as 'guest'...lol...nothing wrong with being a little sneaky). All the best in your search and hope I was able to help...I feel your pain. G.

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Hey, I am new to this site and just stumbled upon your post. I can strongly suggest you contact Vincent Keh Photography ( www.vincentkehphoto.com ) and speak with Michael. He and his partner Greg shot our wedding in Punta Cana and we couldn't have been happier with EVERYTHING! Not only were we happy with the photos, but they are just great guys in general. We experienced some hiccups on our day, but their laid-back attitude made everything just a little easier to deal with and the photo sessions soooo much fun :). Like I said get a hold of Michael via the website or michael@vincentkehphoto.com and see what you can arrange. The pricing is great as long as you resort allows off-site photographers (and even if they don't, just decline the resort photographer and invite the as 'guest'...lol...nothing wrong with being a little sneaky). All the best in your search and hope I was able to help...I feel your pain. G.

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Hey, I am new to this site and just stumbled upon your post. I can strongly suggest you contact Vincent Keh Photography ( www.vincentkehphoto.com ) and speak with Michael. He and his partner Greg shot our wedding in Punta Cana and we couldn't have been happier with EVERYTHING! Not only were we happy with the photos, but they are just great guys in general. We experienced some hiccups on our day, but their laid-back attitude made everything just a little easier to deal with and the photo sessions soooo much fun :). Like I said get a hold of Michael via the website or michael@vincentkehphoto.com and see what you can arrange. The pricing is great as long as you resort allows off-site photographers (and even if they don't, just decline the resort photographer and invite the as 'guest'...lol...nothing wrong with being a little sneaky). All the best in your search and hope I was able to help...I feel your pain. G.

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Hello Qupid21,

 

Are you getting married at Grand Palladium? Because photopro photographers are the official one there. 

Well, you ask which we would not recommend.... precisaly this ones! I have read for other brides they were unhappy with the results...

 

Have you taken a look at Claudia Photo Studio? I have choosen them for my wedding and everybody speaks really well about all the photographers

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Hi qupid21!

Congrats on the upcoming wedding, hope the plans are going great! Where are you getting married? I'd be happy to share some photos with you from your venue! I invite you to check out our Del Sol BDWF Wiki with a TON of slideshows of some beautiful weddings in the Riviera Maya. We'll be delighted to answer any questions you may have about wedding photography in the Mexican Caribbean, you can always send us an email at info@delsolphotography.com.

 

Happy planning, please let us know if we can be of assistance!

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Sorry... I had initially thought I had posted in my venues posting... I am getting married at Iberostar Tucan Quetzal... Thank you to everyone who has posted so far!!! And yes Del Sol I would love a price list and samples if you have any... Qupid21@hotmail.com THANK YOU

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Matt we've fallen in live with your work... Just waiting on the price list and any more info you guys can share with us!!

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