I have been thinking a lot about places I have photographed in LA, and places I’d really like to photograph in the future. I thought it might be fun to share with us: perfect places for an engagement shoot, family portrait, or wedding location, get in touch with me and we’ll make it happen!

Malibu beach – I shot my very first engagement in Malibu beach during sunset time.

Griffith Park (Griffith Park Observatory) – I think a session in the hills of Griffith Park before sunset would be lovely. In I Griffith Park I witnessed how Michael said of Cassandra “Will you marry me.” It was a lovely evening. But also we can shoot on the most popular place – Griffith Observatory (official Site http://www.griffithobs.org/ or information on Wikipedia http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Griffith_Observatory).

Downtown Los Angeles – Union Station is a gorgeous place to take photos. Within walking distance of the train station is charming Olvera Street that’s filled with street vendors, shops with Day of the Dead souvenirs, and Mexican restaurants and food carts. One of my favorite spots for coffee and brunch is in Art District Los Angeles. But I think any independent coffee house in LA could make for cute, cozy engagement photos.

Colorado Blvd Bridge – It is perfect place for quick stop over at the Colorado Blvd Bridge (aka Suicide Bridge) in Pasadena to snap a few fun shots.

Long Beach Down Town (Pike or Pine Street Promenade in downtown Long Beach) – The boardwalk and rides at Long Beach are a little touristy but a lot of fun.

Earl Burns Miller Japanese Garden – Very beautiful and gentle place, a small piece of the mysterious Japan. Lovely romantic place where you can relax and take the time. You can get more information about wedding schedule on Official Site http://www.csulb.edu/~jgarden/

Huntington beach – This place I recommend to all who love surfing and the California lifestyle. Always sunny, warm and fun, provided the perfect mood for the day.

Walt Disney Concert Hall in Down Town Los Angeles – Unusual architectural structure, numerous places for privacy. Can get beautiful portraits reflections mirrored walls. Walt Disney Concert Hall located in Down Town Los Angeles 11 South Grand Avenue, Los Angeles, CA.

La Venta Inn, Palos Verdes – The perfect wedding location. Breathtaking views. Touching moments of your wedding. More information about schedule you can get on Official Site http://www.laventa.com/

Getty Center – Inspiring space among the works of art. Multiple pieces of nature and works of human art. Can be hard to find parking place and also crowded during a weekend http://www.getty.edu/

LACMA – We can visit the most romantic place in Los Angeles, in which the hero Ashton Kutcher walked with gilfriend in the movie “No Strings Attached.” The best time to visit is evening. http://www.lacma.org/

Calamigos Ranch | Malibu – For lovers of wine and spend time leisurely. Green trees, vast expanses of the grapes, the wine flows like water. Planning your wedding or engagement photo shoot before, check Official Site http://www.calamigos.com/

Las Vegas – This city does not need an introduction. Each of us was in Las Vegas is always fun and hot.

ALSO:

Buerge chapel, Malibu

Bowling Alley, Glendale

Santa Monica Pier

Getty Center, Malibu

Huntington Library

Mission

Reel inn, Malibu

Ambassador Auditorium, Pasadena

Old town Pasadena

Music Center

Central Library

Angel’s Flight, Downtown Los Angeles

Art Walk

MOCA

Queen Mary, Long Beach

Venice Beach (Venice Canal)

Disney Land

Palos Verdes

San Diego

Santa Barbara

Restorants

Cafe

Beaches

Parks

Record store

Galleries and Museums

Pub or Wine Bar

Library or Bookstore

Millard Canyon (Pasadena)

The University of California

Corona Lake

Joshua Tree

Orange County

New Port beach

Laguna Beach

Whole article and more places HERE

Sergey Green

Website http://www.sergeygreen.com/

Facebook http://www.facebook.com/McGreenStudio

Cell phone +1 626-673-56-39 (Los Angeles, CA)

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