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Curt Barter Photography in Sayulita, Mexico

Aerial / Drone Photography
Prints of his work available
Available for special events
Aerial / Drone videography
Directly to your event in the area
Local prices

Curt Barter Photography in Sayulita is an Entrepreneur based out of Ontario, Canada. He specializes in Freelance Drone photography / videography.

Curt Barter Photography specializes in landscape photography, mostly with the help of his drone. Curt Barter Photography has been capturing the best and most beautiful scenery of the Nayarit coastline. However, Curt has many services to offer, such as Aerial Photography, Aerial Videography, Video Editing, and Photo Editing. From real estate drone shoots, to still photos of your Sayulita destination wedding.

If you have an event, or simply want to have a photo shoot to capture your vacation and adventures in Sayulita, Curt will capture the fun, love, and emotions of that moment. Every photograph has a unique, and beautiful perspective of Sayulita and the local Nayarit, Pacific Coast. Your special event or wedding will have a unique touch when using any of Curt's services. 

Feel free to contact Curt via the form, and book a session with him!

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