A little different from the usual Las Vegas shots of glamour and frontal entrance scene views we know, by having been photographed where all the buildings sort of cram into each other, probably where all the back streets and service entrances are situated.
I like the crammed look in the first one the most, with the pseudo-Eiffel Tower in the middle-back. And I think the straight lines need corrected by rotating the frames a little to the left. If you used a tripod, that could be the reason for consistent tilt that appear in all frames.
Yes, I saw that. I rented that lens for a trip to Bandon Dunes back in 2011. It's a fine piece of glass but I have the Sigma 24-70 and it still meets my needs. I would love to get a 24-105 @ 2.8 but nobody makes one ( I think).
David, Thank you and indeed, Reno is small compared to LV every which way. It used to be far more vibrant in 90s and fell aside over time. What is Street Vibrations Reno? Just curious. Also will you be flying into San Francisco?