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Best Photoshoot Locations Between Fall & Winter In Utah

By Utah Wedding Photographers James Erick Photography Utah

As Utah wedding photographers, we always like to shoot in the primary seasons. Spring Blossoms, Summer Wildflowers, Fall Colors, and Winter Snow. But where do we go when Fall is over, and Winter snow has not yet come. This is a problem for all Utah wedding photographers. Nothing is green, the grass is no longer green. It's cold. And your clients ask you for a great location. I'm here to help! I have created a Best Photoshoot Locations Between Fall & Winter In Utah list. For all The Best Photoshoot locations in Utah, please visit my website page.

First off, pine trees are green all year round, so a locations with mountain views and pine trees, like you have at Tibble Fork Reservoir and Jordan Pines are nice.

Also, there are other locations without trees, Like Little Sahara State Park, with its amazing Sand Dunes, and Antelope Island State Park, with its beautiful sunsets, that are just as nice.

There are also locations with interesting structures, like the International Peace Gardens, Memory Grove, Thanksgiving Point Gardens, Wheeler Farm, Utah State Capitol, and The Garden Park Ward, and the Castle Amphitheater, that are good places to shoot between Fall and Winter in Utah. No, your not going to get pictures with grand landscape views, but closer views with the interesting structures, columns, etc., would be great.

Then there are waterfalls, like Bridal Veil Falls, and the Provo River Falls, which are beautiful no matter what time of year you are there.

Finally, there are locations which are a long drive, like the Bonneville Salt Flats, Canyonlands National Park, Arches National Park, Capitol Reef, Snow Canyon,(courtesy of Brandon Burk Photography, Dead horse Point,(courtesy of Brandon Burk Photography) and Zion National Park.(courtesy of Brandon Burk Photography). Utah has more national parks than any other state in the United States, and they are amazingly beautiful no matter when you go(except on a socked-in cloudy day). The red rocks here are still red between Fall & Winter, just a drive to get to, and you have to get a permit and pay a fee to shoot at these locations.

The point is, that there are a lot of places to do Utah Photoshoots between Fall and Winter snow if you just know where to look, are are willing to drive.

For information on the best Utah Photography Locations, please visit my Utah Photography Locations web page.


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