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More photos from the 30th Annual Wedding & Portrait Photographers International (WPPI) convention! This time I have photos to share from a HOT photo shoot in the desert hosted by Scarlett Lillian!

It was really nice to get away from the craziness of the Las Vegas strip and shoot in the beautiful surrounding desert! The bus ride alone was so much fun and I got to meet some great photographers because of this workshop! In fact, our gorgeous models were Erin & Gavin Wade, a husband and wife photography team from California! Just as amazing in front of the camera as they are behind it!

I knew that my trip to Vegas would not be complete unless I did a shoot in the desert, so as soon as Scarlett’s workshop went live I was frantically trying to type in all the information to secure my spot! I thought it would sell out immediately, so my heart was racing! It did sell out fast, but my spot was safe! : )

It was so great meeting everyone who participated in the shoot and I want to thank Scarlett for organizing it and Erin & Gavin for bringing the hotness to these photos! Their love for each other and the beautiful location in which this entire shoot took place just made for the most romantic photos! I’m so excited to finally share them!

4 Responses to “Las Vegas Desert Shoot | Trash The Dress | Destination Wedding Photographers”

  1. Anna Kim says:

    These are lovely Gwyen!! I love all the cacti in the background. It reminds me of Joshua Tree.

  2. Karen (from FTP) says:

    Great shots, Gwen! I love the one of the couple on the path, and of the bride with the orange mountains behind her. The Joshua trees are amazing!

  3. Kimothy says:

    Hello Gwyen! We love your work and were wondering where exactly in Las Vegas did you shoot this desert Trash the Dress session at? It’s PERFECT!

  4. Administrator says:

    Thank you! I wish I could tell you how we got there (or that I could remember for future shoots). It was part of a workshop and we all took a bus and I was too busy socializing to notice how we got there. It was about 45 minutes away from the Strip and we just stopped at a random location. But we’ve driven from San Bernardino to Las Vegas before and I think if you go anywhere in the desert you’ll find what you’re looking for!

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