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After months of researching, I decided to go with Ana and Jerome for my November 2013 wedding. I loved their work, they have been very responsive, and they are very personable so I can see them fitting in well at our wedding. They were right in the middle for pricing- not the cheapest, but definitely not the most expensive either. 

 

Jerome used to go by "Mango Productions" so you can find reviews on here under that name. 

 

I won't be able to post a full review for another 5 months, but so far so good in all of my interactions with them so far. 

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Their packages in Cabo starts at $2800, per their website.

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My wedding is in December and I have also hired Ana & Jerome Photography.  Their package is $3200 for 6 hours.  So far, they have been amazing.  Ana has been very responsive and so helpful! 

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Wow! They look great! I am going to e-mail them for pricing :)

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Ana and Jerome were AMAZING!  I just used them on my 1/18/15 wedding and they were perfect. I actually had a hard time finding wedding photography I liked.  I felt like a lot of the styles were more dark, dramatic, and romantic, whereas I really wanted my photographs to turn out light, bright, and fun (which was the vibe I was going for through my whole wedding).  I actually also really liked Amy Abbott, but she was unavailable, and I had heard mixed reviews about A&T (although I also liked their photography).  I was feeling very discouraged but then I came across Ana and Jerome and I loved their gallery.  The photos were so beautiful and I loved their style.

 

They were just as great in person! They were responsive to emails throughout the process and once they arrived, they were perfect.  They speak fluent English so they knew how to tell everyone what to do and where to go, and they struck a perfect balance between blending into the background, but also inserting themselves when necessary to tell us what looks best and to position us best for shots (for instance, Ana kept reminding me not to slouch, which I appreciated :)).  We have already received some photos and they are stunning!  The lighting, the frames, and the editing is all done so well. 

 

I would highly recommend working with them! Not only do they capture beautiful moments and edit the pictures beautifully, but they are just a really nice, enjoyable, fun couple that was a pleasure to work with personally :)

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