Easter morning @ 4:30am, I had just finished talking to some people in Australia and had to get ready for a engagement photo shoot with Paul and Mary at Red Rock Casino. Why did I have to get ready @ 4:30am? Because I was taking the new scooter (a 49cc scooter) to Red Rock and was told to not to let it go past 20mph until I hit close to the 100 kilometer mark (it was at 42 kilometers before I left). It took a little over 50 minutes to get there, but luckily, I arrived on time and Paul and Mary were actually behind me as I pulled up to the gift center.
As Paul had stated he would scope Red Rock out before our shoot, I told him I would follow him to the locations (on my scooter, LMAO!). What a mistake that was as my scooter could only go like 10mph on hills
Ok, enough about the scooter.
Paul and Mary were fantastic to work with. You know when you meet a couple and you say, “Hey they’re great together”…that’s Paul and Mary. Very upbeat the whole time and I’m sorry that I have to bring up the scooter again, they never got frustrated at how slow it was.
The song they picked for their engagement session photo montage probably best describes both of them to each other. I’m glad that no other photographer was available to work their wedding because they’re going to miss out on two amazing people.
There are a ton more photos but the song is only 3:58 seconds long, so the the remaining photos are below. Enjoy!
I just started my business page back up for my photography business on Facebook. I had taken it down a year ago because I was actually thinking of moving into a different field, but instead decided to tackle both fields.
Thought I would drive some traffic to it by advertising, but I guess the monitors at Facebook thought the current images I have up are too pornographic and sent me the below rejection email, LOL!
I suppose the girls I do take photos of could wear just a tiny bit more clothing
On the 18th of this month (October 2012), I scheduled to do a couples shoot with Angela Wyman and Steve Moorman. Angela is an actress, singer and dancer that can be seen on advertising for Gold Gate Casino in downtown Las Vegas. Steve is a professional poker player who’s the tallest person I’ve met thus far here in Vegas. Due to the sun setting way earlier than I thought, most of the images we got were in the evening though they were great nontheless!
The setting we ended up choosing was the Smith Center of the Performing Arts, which is located in downtown Las Vegas as well. Unfortunately the evening we did the session, they were having an event in the little cubby hole @ the center of the Smith Center where I really wanted to photograph the two of them. We ended up getting images around the facility which is very nice as well, then ended our session in front of the Gold Gate Casino.
Extremely nice couple Hope you all like the photos!