Long Time Las Vegas Photographer Jim McGlasson
Surrounded by the eye-popping energy that is Las Vegas, the natural beauty of the desert southwest, eye catching scenes that capture my attention and tell a story, quirky juxtapositions, and interesting people, I use my camera to document the world as I see it and then print these images with a focus on the magic I find in everyday life. My photographs tell the stories of my life and those stories that their images conjure up.
Las Vegas is a city of lights and adventure where anything can happen. It is a jewel sitting in the southern Nevada corner of the Mojave Desert, surrounded by arid landscape, numerous ghost towns, and other historical locations. Whether you're looking for iconic photographs of Las Vegas; old or new, abstract interpretations of Vegas's most popular attractions, for scenes which take you outside of Las Vegas proper, or just for that something special that catches your eye, you are in the right place! I specialize in creating prints that capture the vibrancy and energy of Las Vegas, as well as the history and beauty of the southwest, perfect for display in your home or place of business.
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What is the best time of day to take pictures in Las Vegas?
The blue hour is a magical time when the sun is just below horizon, but still lights up sky with its warmth at 30 minutes after sunset. This makes it an ideal place to take photos of cityscapes because you get this contrast between warm yellow lights and cool dark blues that make your imagination run wild!
Where can I take pictures at Caesars Palace Las Vegas?
If you want to take a photo of this gorgeous staircase or anywhere within Ceasars Palace within reason, go before they open! Ask security if it's okay with them first.
Where is the best view of the strip in Las Vegas?
The High Roller is a must-see for any visitor to Las Vegas. With 360 degree views and an height that will take your breath away, this observation wheel offers visitors some of the best scenery in all aspects throughout its 24 stories! You can purchase either daytime tickets or evening ones which allow you more time at higher levels during those 30 minutes it takes for one revolution (or rotation).