Recently someone has gave me casue to revisit of photos I had captured a few years back. I often do not do such but found it inspiriing to view the past and present. The direction I was going in and the direction I have then went too. This is one of my all time favorite images from the past. I am looking forward to allowing my creativity capture your perfection !
Capturing images that are amazing require a few key componets. One being the location. Here in Las Vegas we have many breathe taking locations, however navigating through them to capture the truely amazing moments may not be that easy. Shooting here for many many years affords me a bit of a edge as I already have been to all the locations and shot. Matching the location with the appearance and personality of the subjects is important. I prefer some talk time with my clie
GIVE YOUR GROOM THE GIFT OF HIS DREAMS The Wedding Album you will want to keep just for yourselves - sexy Bridal Boudoir Photography. SOMETHING TO TREASURE On the day you make your most public declaration of love, why not give your Groom the most intimate personal gift that will leave him breathless and give you some added sparkle on your Big Day. You spend so long planning every final detail from The Dress to the chair covers that you can forget what getting married is actua
Candid camera A simple way to get started is to take candid shots. You can get some brilliant photos of your friends and family when they don't know the camera is pointing at them, meaning you will get some nice natural smiles and laughter. Don't hide the fact you have a camera though, people will be at ease once they get used to you snapping away - my family expect it from me now! Photographing people opening their presents is always nice, especially children. Photos of chil
1. How do I pick a good photographer when there are hundreds listed in my area? Once you've got a few favorite photographers, narrow it down to a handful of favorites, and set up a time to meet them. Make sure you're meeting with the person who will be wielding the camera at your wedding, not a sales consultant or studio owner. You have to, like, trust and get along with your photographer — that way you can leave the magic of photo making in the photographer's hands. Not only
You big day is about to arrive, and while it is up to the photographer to create a beautiful image, you can help by being prepared and looking your best. Her are a few tips to help you get the most out of your portrait session... Get plenty of rest the night before your session. If you are exhausted, you will look exhausted. Go to bed at a reasonable time so you wake up refreshed and ready. Drink lots of water! Good hydration will make skin glow and look fabulous. Lay off the