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Fabulous fun Canadian couple elope to Las Vegas to get married on the Dry Lake Bed Playa then do a photo shoot at the Neon Museum DTLV and the Atomic Liquors

June 28, 2017 | By | No Comments

This fabulous fun Canadian couple eloped to Las Vegas to get married on the Dry Lake Bed Playa. We then did a GREAT photo shoot at the Neon Museum in DTLV and the Atomic Liquors.

These guys came into Vegas smiling and didn’t stop the whole time I was with them. There’s gotta be something in the water or something up there, but Canadians are just the coolest people. We had fun from the minute they pulled up to the dry lake bed in their limo, through the Neon Boneyard and on to DTLV and Atomic Liquors. These guys put in the time and we got great moment after moment. Thanks for letting me document your Vegas elopement guys! You’re gorgeous!

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Las Vegas Wedding Photography – DTLV East Fremont

November 18, 2015 | By | No Comments

I am so in love with this session of Las Vegas Wedding Photography at DTLV East Fremont with Regina and Philipp.

They came all the way from Germany, with Regina’s sister and brother, to get married in beautiful, fun Las Vegas, Nevada. My team of two lighting assistants and I met these guys in the downtown Las Vegas East Fremont area, right in front of the giant fire-breathing insect in front of the Downtown Container Park.

Even though it was a little chilly for Las Vegas (mid 50’s F, about 13° C) Regina peeled off her blue-jean jacket and toughed it out for our two hour shoot in her beautiful graceful wedding gown. I think she looks a lot like Meryl Streep. And Philipp looked very modern in his skinny tie and skinny slacks. With his barely salt & pepper sideburns I think he looks a lot like George Clooney.

Yea, these guys are pretty gorgeous. And they are so FUN, too. We broke out the little bluetooth speaker and fired up some of their favorite music. George’s, I mean Philipp’s first pick was “A Little Less Conversation” by Elvis. YES! So VERY VEGAS! And Regina’s first pick was a Spotify station of The Get Up Kids. They got into their music, got loose and romantic, and the beautiful dreamy colorful moments just kept rolling on and on and on.

I was bummed to have to leave these guys. At one point I showed them a gorgeous photo, said “this looks like a photo from a magazine ad for deeply romantic perfume or for a million dollar diamond ring, and whatever, I just want to be there.” I didn’t want to leave.

I know they are smiling and having so much fun today and always. Congratulations to Regina and Philipp! All of your images will be finished very soon!!! 🙂

Downtown Las Vegas Wedding Photography – Elopement of Stacey and Greg

October 25, 2015 | By | No Comments

Historic Atomic Liquors (where folks watched atmospheric atom bomb test explosions from the roof of the bar back in the day), classic bright beautiful neon throughout the East Fremont Street area, public art graffiti all over the place that is updated throughout the year with each new music festival and cultural event, friendly welcoming people who LOVE a Vegas Bride, beautiful clients and best friends flying in from Canada and the Florida Panhandle, smiling, laughing, kissing, hugging, skipping. That’s what it’s like on a Las Vegas Wedding Photographers elopement tour of downtown Las Vegas with Steven Joseph Photography. We always have fun. You always look great. And everyone is blown away by your experience and the story we tell through the gorgeous magazine-quality photos documenting your incredibly special moment. I love everything about Las Vegas Elopement photography tours in DTLV downtown Las Vegas.

Neon Museum Elopement and DTLV Photo Session with Chant’e and Renard

September 2, 2015 | By | No Comments

Oh MAN these guys were a BLAST, and so in love, having so much fun! With clients this relaxed and happy and CAMERA-READY, it doesn’t get any easier to photograph nor more fun than this.

From the moment my two assistants and I met these guys at the Neon Boneyard they were all smiles, all hugs, all fun. And we had so much fun that the time just flew.

Like a lot of guys, Renard wasn’t crazy about spending an hour and a half with an unknown photographer, didn’t think it would be necessary, probably thought it would be boring. But his beautiful bride-to-be Chant’e saw something in my photography that made her have to have it. So Renard went along. But by the end (we went a little over, just ‘cuz we were making so much pretty and having so much fun) we all wondered where the time had gone. I coulda shot for a couple more hours.

Neon Boneyard Wedding Photography and DTLV Downtown Las Vegas Fremont Street Elopement of Ashley and Paul

May 25, 2015 | By | No Comments

Couples don’t get much cooler, better looking, and just downright nice than Ashley and Paul. They got married in the historic Neon Boneyard Museum among close family and friends. And then we bopped right over to DTLV downtown las vegas, the East Fremont area of Old Vegas that’s in the midst of a renaissance and flowering of street art, graffiti, music, great restaurants, and overall historic Vegas good stuff. The fact that this former military couple – both US Air Force Veterans – got married the day before Memorial Day is just a cherry on top of an outstanding, excellent, gorgeous day of beauty and memories.

Big ups to my assistants, the lovely Mrs Fogarty my wife Chris, and my young eager assistant Shabazz. Thank you guys!

Elopement in DTLV Downtown Las Vegas – Kourtney and Matt get outta the cold and tie the knot

May 17, 2015 | By | No Comments

To get out of the cold, to marry the love of their life, to get a mini vacation rush of excitment and neon and fun, Kourtney and Matt flew to Las Vegas to get married! When I met them at the Container Park in DTLV Downtown Las Vegas – East Fremont Street area – they had just left the chapel, and were visibly giddy and adrenaline high. Even though it was colder than usual in Vegas, Kourtney – a tough upstate New Yawkah – toughed it out, declining to accept my fleece jacket the several times I offered it, and (wisely) declining my large beat-up Merrell slip-on shoes to give her a break from her super cute pink high heels. She’s tough that girl. And she and Matt were relaxed and smiling the whole time we walked the East Fremont. We had no particular spots to go. We were just looking for some public wall art graffiti, some neon, and (to me) most importantly some real emotion.

I think we found it.