It used to be Las Vegas was about 25 cent shrimp cocktails and going there with a pocket full of quarters in hopes that you would double or even triple your investment. The Bellagio Atrium: I love the atrium and it changes for each season and holiday, so it is something you can visit every time you go and it will always be different. MGM Grand Lions Habitat: In the middle of the casino there is a special habitat made and maintained just for lions! M&M World: I have been there a lot and while walking around the shop is fun and they have some cool products, not very many people know they also offer a free 3-D show! The Volcano at the Mirage is kind of fun as well as the pirate show, Sirens at Treasure Island (although not to sure if the pirate show is for kids), or you could check out the Fremont Street Experience (a great place to find the deep fried twinkie). Ethel M’s Chocolate Factory and Botanical Garden: located about 15 miles off the strip on Sunset Blvd. If you are like me and love to shop but fancy designer clothing is not your style (or your budget) there are also a number of outlet malls in the area that may suite your fancy.
Definitely worth the trip to Hoover Dam, because pretty soon you won’t be able to drive across it any more. The fountain of the Bellagio is one of the main attractions on the Las Vegas Boulevard, which means there will be lots of people at the best view points.
It’s not easy to set up in the viewing area because there is a metal grid all around the tower. In processing, remove the noise from the water and blend just the water in the image shot at ISO 100. Those days are long gone and now are the days of luxury, high rollers, lush, and anything else sinful by nature. It’s on the top floor and you have to be there at the right time to experience it (ask someone about it).


It’s a little time consuming (about an hour) but it’s a different and can be fun- depending on the show.
Ethel M offers a free factory tour where you can view the 50 different types of chocolates being made, and you get a free sample at the end of the tour! Just down the strip you have the Las Vegas Outlet Mall which is actually pretty impressive. I have always challenged myself to think outside the box and find new adventures every time I go. I share posts to help you make the most of your own photography and blogging, along with reviews of the products and services I use and recommend. You have to pay and there can be long line, but you get a great view of the Strip and the fountain is right across the street (see image above). There are little holes where you can put your camera, so you have to find a way to put your tripod so it won’t move and it keeps the camera through the hole. You need to freeze the water in the air, because a long exposure will just blur everything. When I am not photographing commercial interiors and exteriors for my clients, I like to travel the world to photograph fine art cityscapes and architecture.
They also have a lion expert there to talk to you about the lions, their likes and dislikes, and some educational facts. After you are done drooling over the chocolate and eating your sample, you can walk off the calories at the botanical gardens and learn about different types of cactus and other plants native to the area.  It’s a really pretty walk and interesting all at the same time. Famous in it’s own right and has been rated by the American Society of Civil Engineers as one of America’s Seven Modern Civil Engineering Wonders. Has a huge Nike store, tons of skate shops, and even a Mikasa outlet store (my mom’s personal favorite).


Despite the craziness of using such an enormous amount of water in the middle of the desert, the fountain is a great place for night photography.
It gives you 10 minutes to set up, so move to the spot you want as soon as the shows ends and wait for the next one.
Try also to shoot from the entrance of the casino to have the Eiffel tower in the background (see image at the top of the article).
The mall tends to be a huge tourist attraction but I fear that over the year’s the mall has lost it’s outlet muster and the prices are starting to be comparable to their non-outlet companions.
If you shoot from the entrance of the mall of the Bellagio, you will have the Cosmopolitan in the background.
Casinos offer roller coasters, movie theaters, food courts, and arcades to keep the kids at bay so the parents can gamble. And in the morning you can go and they have baby cubs you can get your picture taken with (not free).
To get a faster shutter speed, increase your ISO to around 800 or 1600 depending on your settings. If you are willing to drive about 40 miles south of Las Vegas on Interstate 15 to Primm Nevada you will find the Fashion Outlets of Las Vegas. I have never personally shopped at these outlets, but I have heard rave reviews of those who have.



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