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Choosing your Location | Denton County Family Photographer

Choosing your location is an important part of your family &/or child's portraits.  Think carefully of the style you are wanting or maybe a location that describes your family.

Do you want Urban or Modern?
Old or Rustic?
Park or Nature? 

There are endless opportunities of locations that can be used for your portraits, especially in the Dallas/Ft. Worth area.  However be mindful of private property and get permission before you use it.  There also may be fees that you need to consider with some park locations.

Urban or Modern
Town centers, downtown areas, shopping centers, theater or art districts can be fun.

Parker Square

Downtown areas

Other local ideas such as The Shops at Highland Village

Old or Rustic
Old town centers such as downtown Grapevine, Lewisville, or Denton are great examples.  Old landmarks can make your session interesting too.

 Downtown Grapevine

Historical buildings/Grapevine

Downtown Lewisville

Old Alton Bridge

Ft. Worth Stockyards

Farms, Orchards 

Park or Nature
 Flower Mound in particular has a long list of parks and trails including Lake Grapevine.  Gardens also make a great backdrop.

Stone Creek Park

Lake Grapevine

Grapevine Botanical Gardens
Other ideas include fairgrounds, playgrounds, your own backyard.

 Unity Park/Castle Playground

 Client's backyard/pool

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Lindsey Pedey said...

These are all so great! My favorite is the one of everyone jumping on the old bridge. Sending you CM love!

Haley said...

Great advice! I love these informational posts you're doing!

Heather said...

What a great post on the different locations your clients can have a session at!

Danielle Cordeau said...

What a great post. :) Thanks so much for sharing.

Rebekah said...

Such great locations! The botanical gardens there are so lovely; I remember visiting in high school!

Dannielle said...

You're so blessed to live in a community with such a variety of fabulous locations!

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