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Does anyone know of an affordable photographer for a cenote trash the dress in the Playa Del Carmen area!?! I am looking for one around $900.

@@DLS2016  for $900 you might find photographers for beach Trash The Dress!  simply because for Cenote TTD they mostly use different/ special equipment and that costs a bit!

 

Happy Planning!

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@DLS2016  Joyce is right. That's a tight budget for a cenote trash the dress. But having said that, it's definitely worth looking that some of the photographers and asking for quotes from them. They all have different styles too so it's worth looking to see if there is also a style that you like. There are some wonderful photographers in the Riviera Maya area.

 

If you go to the top and look at the vendor reviews you'll find the names that you can check on the internet and contact them.

 

Good luck!

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Welcome to our forum community DLS2016 and Congrats on your upcoming Cenote TTD in Playa del Carmen!!! Those photo sessions are so Amazing and some of our favorites to shoot!!!

 

Joyce is right, however, and just the entry to local Cenotes can vary between $300 - $500 USD, and is shot using underwater equipment worth MANY thousands of dollars... so your current spending plan may not work for those.

To decide whether the higher expense is worth it for you, you'd need to balance the trade-off of spending more $$ - with the the lifetime of cherishing the images you'd get from it.

 

Here are some of our favorites.....enjoy!!!

 

Cenote Trash the Dress Story 1:

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Cenote Trash the Dress Story 2:

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and....Beach Trash the Dress Story 1

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Wishing you happy research, and all the best with making the right choices for You!

Cheers!!! team MTM :)

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Gonzalo Nunez is shooting both my wedding and doing a Trash the Dress.  http://www.gonzalonunez.com/

 

I felt like he has great rates!  My TTD is going to be $600, which it is normally $1300 for him.  He may have given me a good deal because we booked him for the wedding too but he just offered up the discount and I didn't really need to haggle at all.  I'll take it!  We are getting 2 hours at the Cenote and 1 hour at the beach for that.  We do need to pay the cenote entrance fee ourselves though so that will be a separate charge.  

 

I think it would be worth at least emailing him and letting him know what you would like to spend.  He has been very quick with  responses and easy to work with.  Good luck! 

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Hi @@DLS2016! Our normal rates for underwater sessions are within your budget. Make sure to mention this board so that we can put together an additional discount for you!

 

You can check out these links for useful information on Underwater Cenote TTD sessions: 

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