I’m excited to announce a new photo shoot experience offered through TripAdvisor I’ve been working on: Sin City Photo Shoots! This experience is geared more towards those visiting our incredible city, but it’s also a pretty good value for those clients looking for family portraits, senior and grad portraits, and anyone looking for content for their FBs, Instas, and Finstas.
Here’s how it works:
I will meet you on the Strip or Fremont Street and take us on a 60-minute photo shoot. Since you can drink on the Strip and Downtown, I’ll bring a bottle of sparkling wine to help out with the posing and boost your confidence level in front of the camera!
Las Vegas is a 360° explosion of colors, textures, and lights, so we should be able to take quite a few stunning photos. And since the light looks different throughout the day, we can be flexible on where we will go during the shoot. Because of this, each photo shoot is 100% unique!
After we are finished with the shoot, I’ll edit the photos within 24-hours and we will end up with 25-50 incredible photos. I’ll email you a link to download your 5 favorite high resolution, watermark-free photos and ALL of the web-size, watermarked photos.
Book the experience through TripAdvisor >>
Timing is everything.
This young dad was throwing his kid gently up in the air, right in front of Lake Como at the Bellagio. The kid was looking around everywhere but my camera, as you can imagine. On the third throw, for whatever reason, the baby looked over at me and in that split second I pushed the shutter button: *SNAP*
Whatever came before and whatever comes after doesn’t matter when it comes to the world of photography. The only thing that matters is the present, what is happening right then at that exact moment, that moment when all the ducks are in a row and you snap that perfect pic. That quest for perfection and the perfect picture is why I love photography!
For example, look at the other versions of this picture below... they both work, but they are both missing that magical connection that exists in the other version. That little spark is what makes the other one special.
Taking pictures is like fishing. Many of the fish you catch are fine, they’ll get the job done, but every so often, when everything aligns, you finally catch the big one, the one that didn’t get away.
To me, the picture above is one of those Big Fish.
Who’s ready to go fishing with me?
I took this shot at the top of the escalators on the northwest corner of Las Vegas Blvd and Flamingo. The key to the shot is my 14mm wide angle lens that really opens up the photo to include almost 180° Of the view. Of course we took many different versions of this photo but I love the one that shows the full body. The way the groom holds his new wife flatters her figure and connects the both of them.
Who’s ready for the next photo shoot?
Every so often it’s important to take a look at the world from somebody else’s perspective.
I saw this shot when someone set Nolan down for a moment. I’m always looking for a natural frame to spotlight my subject and I couldn’t resist framing Nolan among family member legs.
I love this shot!
Ashley just graduated from high school and celebrated with friends and family at her home last week. During the festivities, Ashley, her boyfriend, and I snuck away to snap a few photos at a nearby park. They came out great!
Her friends and family are all so proud of her accomplishments and her plans for what’s next: Ashley will study nursing in the fall.
Since the Golden Nugget (and most Vegas chapels) do not provide photography coverage before and after the wedding, Dani hired me to shoot the getting ready and couples photoshoot before and after the wedding. We got some awesome shots! I love the Downtown Vegas vibe I captured in these photos.
One surprise for me shooting in this area is the incredible lighting inside Neonopolis mall area. The shot of Chase kissing Dani’s hand was shot five feet from the Toy Shack!
I’ve been traveling around Colorado the last week and, of course, snapping pics along the way. I love shooting an event at a new location and trying to tell the story of the event in a creative way through my images. This is my favorite type of photography!
These pictures were taken at the Royal Gorge Bridge outside of Cañon City, Colorado. The bridge was once the tallest suspension bridges in the world but I think it’s the most awe-inspiring! The view of the gorge and the surrounding Rocky Mountains was pretty cool. I’ve got to get back at sunset or snow and shoot this agical place again!
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