This location is a must for fall photos - the colors are unparalleled, the backdrop is quintessential Utah, the mountains are epic, and even the air smells like autumn. Located off the alpine loop, Timpooneke Campground is one of my locations to book the fastest in the fall and parking is limited, so let me know if you want to shoot here!
I love photographing families at Big Springs Park in Provo Canyon - in the summer it's green and cool. In the fall, the backdrop of trees turns red and orange and the aspens are golden. It's easy to access, wide open, and has such pretty light!
Lilacs are one of my favorite flowers to use as a setting for spring photos. Not only do they come in a wide variety of colors - from darker magenta to the lightest lavender and even white - but they smell absolutely amazing! Looking for a backdrop that just screams, "Spring!" Look no further than Utah's fragrant lilac blossoms.
The poppies in Alpine are one of my favorite places to photograph. The sumac trees' lacy leaves filter the light beautifully, and the mountains surround the area, giving it a real "Utah" backdrop. In addition to the beautiful, bright reddish-orange poppies, there are also wild yellow roses and rabbitbrush that flowers in the area.
This apple orchard in Alpine is one of my favorite locations for spring photos - with a great view of the mountains in multiple directions, wide rows of well-taken care of trees, and beautiful light.
Springtime photos at the Utah State Capitol are some of my favorites! The cherry blossoms are the prettiest shade of delicate light pink and they smell amazing! The long walkways around the grounds make for the perfect surroundings, and frame the photos for a great effect. If you're wanting photos full of flowers, this the state capitol in the spring is a great option!