I know you are still unhappy about this. I understand. But I think at this point, you may need to let it go. Do a “day-after” session and move on.
I find very few of my brides even frame a photo of the bridal party or put it into their album.
I think when you posted in this previous thread, most everyone agreed that your images were very nice. The photographer also addressed your concerns in the thread.
I also looked at your images and I think the color and exposure on them looks good and is in line with the photographer’s other work.
What additional concerns do you have? The wedding took place at night, outside, and so of course it will be partially dark, but the photographer did the correct thing in using strobes to light it up.
I think if you are more specific with what you didn’t like, we can help you more.
I looked at your proofs at the address given in the previous thread and counted 26 portraits of you and your Darling Husband from the first look before the ceremony to after the ceremony, that’s portraits, so that’s a lot more than 1-2. Then of course there are dozens of other shots of the two of you at the chuppah, signing, and your first dance, entering your reception, etc, the more candid shots.
I do see that there is not a whole bridal party shot, but there are plenty of shots of both ‘maids and ‘men, and the space where you had to fit to take photos looks too small to fit everyone (up against that checkered wall).
I just respectfully think you are unfairly upset at the photographer. For $2000 for 8 hours of shooting in the Miami area and an outdoor nighttime ceremony in the dark, I think you got a good value, just knowing what I know about the industry in South Florida.