When you arrive in Las Vegas, the first thing your eyes do is adjust to all the sights. Everywhere you look are neon lights, huge buildings and crazy characters, which can lead to major sensory overload. Sometimes it’s hard to take it all in, especially when it comes to taking photos to show your friends and family back home. Sure, you could take pictures of the grand hotel entrances and the swanky interior decor, but how do you truly capture the essence of Vegas in a photo? How do you get that perfect shot of yourself, your family or your significant other without hundreds of tourists in the background blocking the view?
In a world where social media feeds have replaced photo albums, getting that “perfect shot” is first on most visitors’ to-do lists. With the major rise of Facebook and Instagram, we have learned to rely on pictures to capture a moment and tell a story. These insider tips are sure to make your pictures stand out, and help you tell your next Vegas story in a much more creative way.
Last weekend, Sean and I were able to cross another location off of our travel list: Joshua Tree. We spent two quiet days tucked away in the desert, and focused on enjoying each other while creating beautiful content. In this post, I’m sharing the two essential pieces I packed for our quick getaway. Click below to read more!
We are still so excited about our recent trip to Portland, Oregon that we took to celebrate our one year wedding anniversary! We booked the tickets and AirBnB as a Valentine’s gift to each other and as a way to celebrate quietly and on our own. Portland is somewhere that Sean has always wanted to visit, so it was definitely the obvious choice when narrowing down our options. Click below to read more!
After our wedding and mini-honeymoon to the Redwoods, we knew we had to take time to reset and focus on other major changes going on in our lives. We started house hunting in June and closed on our first home in July! We had been gifted this amazing honeymoon trip to Puerto Vallarta on our wedding day and decided to take it in August once everything was settled. Click below to read more!
Immediately following our wedding, we opted to have a mini-honeymoon somewhere close to home, but secluded enough for privacy and time together as newlyweds. We found this beautiful cabin in the Redwoods on AirBnB and Katrina Nicole, our wonderful photographer for the weekend, made the drive out to take some photos for us. Click below to read more!