The Arts District Downtown
Why: Graffiti, shops, grungy backdrops.
The Neon Boneyard
Why: Colors, colors, and colors. Note: session fee of $200/hr.
Why: Unlike Neon Boneyard, no fee. Lots of neon lights and old style signs. Feels like “old Las Vegas”
Why: City Center, Casino exhibits.
The Springs Preserve
Why: Colors, rich in plant/flower backdrops, nature galore, some concrete wall backdrops also to mix in for completely different session.
Nelson Ghost Town
Why:It is about an hour from town and the charge is $10 per hour to shoot there. It has so many amazing things that are sure to make your photos amazing.
The dry lake bed
Why: Lake bed being light in color provides good reflection and fill of light, can remove a lot of harsh shadows, and provides for easier fill/lighting.
Lake Las Vegas
Why: Lots of colorful backdrops with retail stores, lake, mountains, golf course.
Spring Mountain ranch
Why: 15 miles west of Las Vegas, via Blue Diamond Rd., in the Red Rock Canyon National Conservation Area. Check for entry fee.
Why: Trees. nature, mountain. Seasonal appeal with possibility of snow.
Why: Walkway provides railing bokeh shots, greenery in the backdrops, sitting and laying poses in grass with rock backdrops, colorful backgrounds, shaded areas.
Why:Colorful amazing backdrops with amazing landscape scenery.
Floyd Lamb park
Why: 680 acre Floyd Lamb Park is a welcome oasis in the desert of northwest Las Vegas. With its wildlife, lush vegetation, lakes and views of the Sheep and Spring Mountain Ranges, Floyd Lamb is a natural park unique to the typical Las Vegas urban experience.
Why:is a great spot for modern urban backgrounds. One of my favorites.
Why: on boulder highway has some really cool retro buildings and trains which are great for photos.
Las Vegas Senior Portrait Locations