Use high ISO so you don’t spoil the mood in your photos with flash
Being a staff photographer for the Las Vegas Sun is a dream job, because Las Vegas never lets a photographer down. Where else would you find a stripper mobile riding up and down past the neon of The Strip?
Getting married in Las Vegas: Yes I do!
More than 100,000 couples say “I do” in Las Vegas every year – that’s five per cent of American weddings – bringing in more than a billion dollars to the economy.
Immersed in the magic of Vegas. Literally.
In a place where names such as Criss Angel, Penn & Teller or David Copperfield have achieved worldwide fame, someone whose skill with cards has earned him more than a living wage is magician Jeff McBride.
Betting on a career that’s in your own hands
Near the 6.5-km stretch of Las Vegas Boulevard that is home to 18 of the 25 largest (and most garish) hotels in the world, I meet Nick Kallos, owner of the Casino Gaming School of Las Vegas.
Bright light city gonna set my soul on fire
As well as being the world capital of magic, Vegas is also the ultimate destination for one other set of showbiz wannabes, of which Paul Casey is one.
Unusual occupation: Wine Angel in Vegas
The world's strangest profession? The Wine Angels of Vegas fly around on wires all day picking wine.
Over-the-top entertainment capital of the world
Hello Las Vegas, the over-the-top entertainment capital of the world, but also the foreclosure capital of America. As 40 million arrivals a year come to find fun and fortune, it is easy to forget a real city carries on its life behind the neon facade. Bigger, better and brasher, Vegas is where reality is subject to change without notice, Elvis still lives, and every visitor has a story to tell.