Dealing with clients as a Las Vegas Photographer
Dealing with clients as a Las Vegas Photographer

Sometimes as a Las Vegas photographer, you will have clients that are unhappy with your work. It’s unfortunate and can be frustrating, but the longer you work as a Las Vegas photographer, the more you will realize that it is just the reality of working in the photography business. For one reason or another, clients will not always be happy. read more

Working as a Trade Show Photographer
Working as a Trade Show Photographer

As a Las Vegas event photographer, one of the more common—and to be blunt, more boring—events you will be attending are trade shows. Trade shows can be financially lucrative because they involve working long hours—sometimes as long as 8 to 10 hours, and sometimes you may be requested to attend for more than one day of the trade show—which translates to higher earning potential as Las Vegas event photographer. read more

What is a Las Vegas Photographer’s rate
What is a Las Vegas Photographer’s rate

If you are looking for the services of a Las Vegas photographer, your first question is probably: how much do they cost? This concern over the budget is no doubt foremost on your mind, whether you’re looking for a Las Vegas photographer to take senior high school photos or photos of your wedding or a gallery of photos for an upcoming corporate event. read more

How to behave as a Las Vegas Photographer
How to behave as a Las Vegas Photographer

If you are working as a Las Vegas photographer, then you already know that it’s important you behave respectfully and professionally when working on a photo shoot. However, there is something else about how you behave as a Las Vegas photographer that you need to know in order to be successful in the industry and in order to produce the best photographic results: you have to get a bit loose, open up your personality, and turn on an engaging front for your clients. read more

Dealing with the weather as a Las Vegas Photographer
Dealing with the weather as a Las Vegas Photographer

One of the most important elements you’ll need to consider as a Las Vegas photographer is the weather. As any Las Vegas photographer knows, the weather in Vegas is not always optimal for outdoor photoshoots, especially if you plan on bringing props or you need to have lots of equipment with you. Let’s take a closer look at how you can deal with the weather as a Las Vegas photographer, season-by-season. read more

Pricing for a Las Vegas Event Photographer
Pricing for a Las Vegas Event Photographer

Las Vegas event photographers at Christian Purdie Photography Studios have three set event prices. For one hour the cost is three hundred dollars. A one-hour photography package could be for short events such as a birthday party, family photos and other events that take an hour or less. read more

Event Photographers in Las Vegas
Event Photographers in Las Vegas

Las Vegas tends to be the convention capital of the United States. There are hundreds of conventions held in the city every year. Las Vegas event photographers make most of their money at these functions. Photographers can choose which conventions and/or events they wish to cover. read more