|5th of September 2007 (Wed)||#1|
Join Date: Aug 2007
Location: Northern California
Advice on Family Portrait Locations in Los Angeles, CA
Today I was asked if I would be willing and/or able to do some portraits of a rather large family. (Keep in mind I am NO PRO!) Before I agree, I wanted to ask people whether they knew of potentially good locations to do outdoor portraits of a family in the Los Angeles area...preferably somewhere where it would be free to shoot (as I don't want to have 30 people pay entrance fees into somewhere like the Huntington Gardens --even though it is a great location!)
Let me know if you have any ideas so that I can make my decision...
Also - any other advice about taking family portraits in an outdoor setting is welcome as I am completely new to portraits!
|8th of September 2007 (Sat)||#3|
Join Date: Mar 2007
Location: SF Bay Area
Re: Advice on Family Portrait Locations in Los Angeles, CA
How about trimming down the area to what's near you, give us a neighborhood to think about.
Occidental College use to have lots of great buildings and steps and gardens for pictures, not sure what the campus looks like now. Most of the smaller private colleges had some cool areas.
Seeing as how your ID is pomona, how about any of the colleges between LaVerne, CMC, HM and Pomona -Pitzer............ Used to be a couple of nice parks up in the canyons above LaVerne.
(Ex SoCal, Monrovia, Glendora, LaVerne before the bay area.)
shooting club VB and club soccer, hoping to get back to landscape work soon.
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