Don’t have time to travel to a photography studio? No problem. We’ll bring the studio to you. You can receive all of the benefits of studio lighting without the hassle of traveling to a photography studio. Our equipment is light and mobile and will fit in your home, office, or location of your choice.
Digital Portrait Photographer Delivery
After your photography session, we’ll edit your photos and send you a gallery invite so you can download your images and use them however you choose. Quick, simple, and convenient.
Las Vegas Event Photographer And Onsite Lighting
Your event is as unique as you! Events need an event photographer. A photographer that knows where to be and when to be there. Events are often large with a lot of moving parts so it’s important that your event photographer can work with you or your team to make sure that all of your shots are captured.
The days of waiting a week or two to get your edited gallery are gone. The speed of social media has made it more important than ever to make sure that you get quality photographs at a time that you can use them for social media as the event is happening.
We have a “share as we shoot” option that always you to post photos of your event within minutes of us clicking the shutter. We can have an on-sight editor, edit photos, and upload them to any location of your choosing.
If you’re looking for a Las Vegas videographer to help you with highlight videos, interview videos, or general coverage of your event be sure to contact us. Our mobile photography studio is a fantastic way to make sure that you are keeping up with social media at your event.
What do a Bar Mitzvah, a graduation ceremony, a 90th birthday, and a networking meeting all have in common? They’re all different events that a Las Vegas Event Photographer has to be ready for. The primary difference between event photography and portrait photography is the number of subjects you need to be aware of. A Las Vegas event photographer learns to keep their head on a swivel because, at a moment’s notice, they should move across a venue to capture the best shots.
Staying prepared is just one aspect of event photography. After all, what good is being prepared if you can’t blend art with technical skills? A Las Vegas Event photographer utilizes good time management skills, in-depth knowledge of lighting techniques, and also an air of charisma to ensure the client feels comfortable.
Being a “Fly on the Wall” is something that a Las Vegas Event Photographer specializes in. Although you’re carrying a camera and an array of camera equipment, the Las Vegas Event Photographer is able to blend into their surroundings. Even though you have a great responsibility to capture the essence of an event, it’s important to realize that the photographer is only present for documentation purposes.
Vince Lombardi had a quote about being early vs. being late. I don’t like the Packers, but Lombardi raises a good point that can be applied to event photography. A Las Vegas Event Photographer should show up as early as they need to familiarize themselves with a venue, as well as the client that hired them. Even if it’s only fifteen minutes before a shoot, showing up early will bode well for the shoot as well as your professional credibility.