As I get more interested in photography I’ve been looking for other photographers to meet up with, compare ideas, concepts, and learn from. Local photogapher, Vik Chohan told me about the Las Vegas Photography Society and I signed right up! Haven’t been to any meetings yet, but yesterday I did attend a photo shoot with the Society that was set up by the Clark County Museum, Clark County Museum Guild, and Kit Rogers Ltd.
(Clark County Museum is a) County history museum with exhibits on Native Americans, mining, railroads, gaming and historic houses plus a ghosttown.
The museum is a 30-acre site that features a modern exhibit hall with a timeline exhibit about southern Nevada from pre-historic to modern times and a collection of restored historic buildings that depict daily life from different decades in Las Vegas, Boulder City, Henderson, and Goldfield. (taken from their page on museumsusa.org)
It was a fun shoot. A lot of work went into the preparation of the event. Models were hired, vintage clothing and costumes were supplied (and even created!) – all to help reenact the historical scenes. My compliments to all involved in this process!
Anyway, I hope you enjoy some of the photos I took during the event.