Monday, February 23, 2009

A photo shoot at the Neon Boneyard in Las Vegas during WPPI

During WPPI in Las Vegas last week, I had an opportunity to photograph several models at a museum being constructed called the Neon Boneyard.




Basically, this non-profit is getting all the old neon signs from hotels and casinos on the strip, and making it into a museum! Thanks to fellow photographer Emma Smith of Live Love Laugh Photography we had the opportunity to spend a couple hours at the museum with a lot of great models.







As usual, when in a group of photographers,I get caught up on what is happening on our side of the cameras and how us photographers are acting as much as what's happening with the subjects! Which is usually just as entertaining!







5 comments:

Sarah Hodzic said...

Looks like a lot of fun Kay!
Love the image of the woman with the feather head dress!!!

LiveLoveLaugh Photography said...

Those are great Kay. You got some amazing images in there.
I wish I had taken more candid shots of our group...

Great job!

Charise (Photography By Charise) said...

Great images Kay!! It really was a great time.

Carl Menge said...

Fat guy carrying cameras, it doesn't get any better than that:)
It's always fun when someone shows how shutter happy we are. Nice to see the images of people making the images.

Carl Menge
www.pixelperfectfoto.com

umami photography said...

Beautiful photos Kay! My favorite is the 5th one down with the blue hair and colorful background... amazing!
heather

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