Fort Worth Photography

 

Need some inspiration for your Fort Worth photography session? Listed below are some of my favorite places to take photos in Fort Worth.

Modern Public Spaces

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Clearfork

Clearfork is Fort Worth’s lifestyle destination and home to premiere shops, restaurants, and entertainment. Clearfork is the perfect spot if you’re wanting a modern and bright look in the background of your photographs.

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Cultural District

Home to the Kimbell Art Museum, Amon Carter Museum, and Will Rogers Coliseum, the Cultural District is colorful, features gorgeous landscaping and beautiful architecture.

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Fort Worth Botanic Garden

The Fort Worth Botanical Garden is the oldest botanic gardens in Texas and located on South University Drive in Fort Worth, Texas — featuring 2,500 species of plants in its 23 speciality gardens, making it an optimal location for all photography sessions. The Gardens do have a $75/hr photography fee that will be included in the session fee.

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Fort Worth Zoo

Home to 7,000 animals, the Fort Worth Zoo is one of the top zoos in the nation and features a stunning events plaza with plenty of great photo spots around the zoo. The zoo can get pretty packed during warm weather but the natural beauty makes it so worth it.

 

Near Southside

Home to the historic Fairmount neighborhood and West Magnolia Avenue shops & restaurants. As said best by Visit Fort Worth, “This casual, creative and close-knit community offers one of Fort Worth’s finest “restaurant rows,” distinctive live music venues, distilleries, breweries, and plenty of artistic endeavors all within walking distance. The district is also referred to as “Magnolia” after one of its most prominent streets.”

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Stockyards

Photographing clients in the historic Northside of Fort Worth is tons of fun. From the iconic brick road down the center to the wooden pens in the back, there are so many great photo spots in the Stockyards, it’s near impossible to hit them all.

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Sundance Square & Downtown

Sundance Square is a 35-block shopping and entertainment district with restored buildings and grand skyscrapers. It’s quite a tourist attraction with plenty of crowds on the weekends, so prepare to be patient to get the best photographs.

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Texas Christian University

My blood bleeds purple and I absolutely love photographing on TCU’s campus. The campus features stunning architecture, giant live oak trees, and plenty of green space for family photos, portraits or couples photos. Whether you’re a horned frog or not, TCU’s campus is a great location for any type of session.

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West 7th District

Nestled between the Cultural District and downtown Fort Worth, West 7th is an urban hub with high-concept dining, unique entertainment and some of Fort Worth’s most popular bars. West 7th is a great spot if you’re looking for a more colorful backdrop to your photos.

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Trinity Park & Panther Island

The park stretches along the banks of the Trinity River and winds around the city, creating easy access to various settings and landscapes from woods, the iconic railroad and bridges connecting to downtown, greenery and fields around the duck pond, or the beautiful Fort Worth skyline.

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