Most babies don't get to star in home videos until after they're born, but at My Baby Bump Imaging, celebrity precedes their first birthday. The registered technicians on staff conduct 2-D, 3-D, and 4-D ultrasounds—the last of which entails watching the baby's movement in real time. As expectant mothers recline on a bed, up to 15 guests can gather around a 110-inch viewing screen, where detailed images of the child's face and features appear. Patrons who opt for a basic 2-D package can tune in to the infant's heartbeat, and women who are more than 14 weeks pregnant can also request a determination of the sex. The 3-D and 4-D packages include both of those services as well as prints, CDs of the captured images, and a DVD set to the music of their choice.
Freestanding photo booths from Vegasbooths make sure parties are never forgotten with their Canon DSLR cameras and dye-sublimation printers. The company’s selection of rentals includes enclosed indoor, enclosed outdoor, and open-air booths, which are best for taking pictures of multiple guests in a row or human pyramid formation. An on-site attendant takes care of the setup and takedown, and assists guests as they don silly props and strike poses for the camera. Vegasbooth’s green screen and print template backgrounds are fully customizable. Clients can customize 4"x6" or 2"x6" colored prints with templates that suit their event’s theme, and they received a USB of all of the photos.
Traveling photographer Adam Trujillo—who splits his time between Las Vegas and Portland—forges strong relationships with his clients, getting to know couples before documenting their weddings or earning the trust integral for successful boudoir shoots. During nuptials, Adam anticipates emotional moments, positioning himself to capture the tearful close of a father-daughter dance or the adorable, scrunched-up face the officiant makes during the couple’s first kiss. Alternatively, his tasteful boudoir shots sizzle without relying on clichéd pinup poses; Trujillo’s editorial style and eye for dramatic shadows add an air of mystery to portraits of women reclining in bubbly bathtubs or lounging in intricate lingerie.
The hot air balloon has been in use since the 18th century, and the pilots of Vegas Balloon Rides enjoy introducing the public to humankind's oldest form of air travel. Customers hover into the Las Vegas airspace on traditional ballooning flights manned by FAA-certified pilots, which end with celebratory champagne toasts and the balloon silently blushing from all the compliments. The flights tour Las Vegas and its surrounding wilderness in rainbow-patterned inflatables composed of durable rip-stop nylon ideal for safe flying. Coasting along at the same speed as the wind, pilots steer their propane-powered flying machines an average of 10 miles per ride.