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The Starterstarting at
A great option for a fantastic family portrait. This session is up to an hour of time which makes it great for large families or families with very young children
The Prostarting at
Perfect for those creative families that would like the “standard” portraiture as well as something that demonstrates their personalities.
The Executivestarting at
Everything in the starter and pro, plus the combination of full commercial lighting as well as behind the scenes. A great option for the perfect photo
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LAS VEGAS PORTRAIT PHOTOGRAPHER BEHIND THE SCENES
It’s always a great time to share the love of family! Whether you’re looking for a traditional family portrait photography session or something a little out of the box we can help.
Shooting family portraits are all about the family. Your family portrait should be as unique as your family. We can help you create that to make sure that you get the best possible outcome from your session.
Our mobile studio is a great way to create the best family portrait and it can be used in the convenience of your home, office, or the location of your choosing. Our mobile photography studio is light, has a small footprint, and is perfect for creating the best possible family portrait.
After all, you only have one family. We can help you capture those special moments that last a lifetime.
When a Las Vegas Portrait Photographer prepares for a shoot, really try and get a feel for the subject(s) and determine how you can convey their essence in a photograph. While a camera, tripod, and flashes are ultimately required to make an exceptional portrait, the ability to direct a subject is what separates a good Las Vegas Portrait Photographer from a professional Las Vegas Portrait Photographer.
Since Christian Purdie Photography doesn’t operate within a photography studio, it’s important to utilize the environment that you’re shooting in. If the person has an artistic flair that you want to capture in your photos, then perhaps try shooting in Downtown Las Vegas. The surrounding mural art and overall vibe of the Downtown Area is an artist’s dream, and a subject’s presence in that area might bring out the best in them.
Finally, a Las Vegas Portrait Photographer has to be comfortable communicating with people. Nobody wants their photographer to be fidgety, anti-social, or stoic. Although the time spent talking to a subject may be limited, it’s important that a Las Vegas portrait photographer is able to maintain a conversation and give directions where directions are needed.