Endless options shooting on the Strip! My favorite shot is the group shot with the Eiffel Tower. If you look closely you can see a full moon just to the right of the tower. We were able to get a rare shot inside the Cosmopolitan in front of the periwinkle Swarovski crystals that make up the crystal strands of the Chandelier Bar. Thanks for the fun shoot!
There was another snow shower (!) Thursday night so I grabbed my camera and shot this at sunrise the next morning. This is the last time this year this will happen and it will probably be another decade before it happens again. But wow, what a week!
Quick photo tour of Red Rock Canyon after a cold snowy night. Most of the snow was gone by the time I started shooting, but you can see dustings of it the distance. I can’t believe we live so close to this place, it was gorgeous! Next time I’d like to bring some hiking boots and see where that trail will lead me. I hear we might get more snow on Thursday, so if that’s the case I’m planning on getting up early to see the sunrise! 🌞
Back at the Arts District for another shoot! The theme was Vans so everyone wore Vans apparel and shoes. I love that shot of the kids’ feet in a circle... was was kismet that the colors of their shoes matched the color of the graffiti on the sidewalk!
I was out here a couple weeks ago and I noticed on my second trip that the artwork downtown is very fluid. There were murals in this area that had since been covered up with new artwork. I love how this area provides an ever-evolving backdrop for our shoot!
Julia wanted to shoot her senior portraits in the Arts District. We started out at the Arts Factory then proceeded on a little photo tour of the area. One of the highlights we found was an awesome mural of the words “Las Vegas” that made for a one-of-a-kind backdrop. In fact, the background is so unique that, when I was in the area a few days later, it had been tagged over already by another artist. Loved this urban shoot, thanks Julia for being such a cool model! Congrats on your upcoming graduation!
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