Viva Las Vegas!

Discussion in 'Landscape & Cityscape' started by wmbeaver, Jun 29, 2008.

  1. wmbeaver

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    I got back a few days ago from my trip to Las Vegas, and I loved it. I was tied up the first 5 days due to working at a trade show, but I stayed a few extra days and got some pretty cool shots. C&C is welcomed.
    Sorry that I posted a lot of pics here.
    Here is a link to all of my pics:
    http://www.flickr.com/photos/beavizzle/sets/72157605854549958/


    The Hoover Dam:
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    Inside the MGM Grand:
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    Atop the Stratosphere (note they wouldn't allow tripods, so I did what I could):
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    Inside The Flamingo:
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    The Bellagio fountains:
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    The Luxor:
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    The Grand Canyon:
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    Very nice photos, all of em. I like them a lot.
     
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    Yup, good stuff! Kinda small though - espacially 1, 3, 4, 6, 7, and 8 - would be nice to see some detail.

    Thanks for the post! Looks like a pretty good set.
     
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    You did really well to get that night shot without a tripod!! Your shots contain a nice overview of the Vegas hotels, and I love the lighting in the Grand Canyon shots.
     
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    Thanks for the replies. And for the shots without a tripod, Luckily they had a railing and some "pay-binoculars" thing I was able to rest the camera against to help.

    I have the full sizes on my flickr page, which I posted a link to in the beginning of the post. I guess I should start posting the large sizes of the pictures.
     
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    in the "Belagio Fountains" picture I would like to see it cropped, so the building on the right is not in the picture. Nice photos!
     
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    Hopefully I'll go again in 2 years. Next time I'll move around the fountains when they're going so I can get more angles. They're offset from the Hotel, so that if you're in the center of the hotel, you're necessarily in the middle of the fountains.
     

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