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Jhankarlo Photography was the best decision ever! I can honestly say that I could not have asked for a better experience!  I am from Texas and I had researched many photographers around the Cancun area to do my bridal portraits (pictures of the bride in her wedding dress to display the wedding) and I easily realized that Jhankarlo Photography was a PERFECT match. I wanted the photo shoot at multiple locations (beach, church, local market, local places, etc.). When I reached out to Jhankarlo, he immediately listened, understood my needs, and provided suggestions and thoughts to help accommodate my requests. The day before my photo shoot in Cancun, Jhankarlo reached out to me to make sure I was ready for the photo shoot and asked if I needed anything before – I thought this was VERY thoughtful!

 

I was VERY nervous the morning of the photo shoot. All my nerves went away as soon as Jhankarlo and his team picked my mother and I up for the photo shoot. His generosity and hospitality were remarkable and I could not have asked for a better photographer. He was not like typical photographers – he is highly creative and artistically thoughtful in each photo taken. He has such an amazing talent for capturing unique scenes/moments in each location. He also used natural scenery to bring out the culture of the area, which is exactly what I wanted. He showed me some of the photos on his camera and I never been more impressed. These are “WOW” photos that I know my guests will LOVE to see when I display them at the wedding reception.

 

I was worried that I would not be able to go to all the different locations due to time but Jhankarlo ensured me that I could take my time during the photo shoot and time was not an issue. He wanted me to be as comfortable as possible. Other photographers I have worked with have put a time limit on the photo shoot. I do not like having my photo taken but he made me feel very relaxed and at ease.

 

Overall, my experience with Jhankarlo Photography was highly positive. I want to thank Jhankarlo for the best experience ever! I HIGHLY recommend Jhankarlo Photography. Not only is he a genuine and enthusiastic person, he is a phenomenal photographer (just look at his photos)! 

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What a great review, rdornak! Really looking forward to seeing some of the great photos you're talking about when you have time.....enjoy your wonderful life journey ahead - cheers!!! Moments That Matter Photography team :)

 

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