Things to shoot as a Las Vegas Photographer

Things to shoot as a Las Vegas Photographer

Things to shoot as a Las Vegas Photographer

Being a Las Vegas photographer can be fun.  There are a lot of interesting things to take pictures of.  One of the best for a photographer would be the Bellagio.  There is a nice fountain show outside several times a day.  It’s choreographed to music and the water can shoot up twenty to thirty feet into the air.  Sometimes a guest is allowed to choose the music which makes it even more fun.  It could make a fascinating backdrop for portraits and for event shoots at the resort.

 

Another interesting site for a Las Vegas photographer is Caesar’s Palace.  There is a fantastic fountain which a photographer can use as a backdrop for family portraits.  The People Mover is also a fun shot for a Las Vegas photographer.

Those backdrops may be more expensive than this idea.  There are a lot of characters around… superheroes, cartoon characters, and even Winnie the Pooh.  They all pretend to be drunk and get paid for a photographer to take their pictures. 

Being a Las Vegas photographer can offer other opportunities.  For instance, a Las Vegas photographer at the top of the Eiffel Tower on the strip can get some very good pictures.  There is an elevator going to the top found inside the resort.

The Hard Rock Café offers an interesting backdrop for a Las Vegas photographer.  The photographer can do portraits in front of the gigantic electric guitar. 

Doing a tour of the strip can provide many other options.  Some are homegrown, including the guy sitting on a lawn chair holding a cardboard sign that says “Who am I kidding? I just want a beer.”  If you are a photographer Las Vegas is the place to be even if you are an amateur.

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