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Dallas Design District
Uptown Harwood District, Dallas
Prather Park, Highland Park
Prather Park is located across Euclid Avenue from Town Hall at 4500 Drexel Avenue. This scenic park features paths and benches along Hackberry Creek. There is a tennis court by the creek surrounded by mature trees.
Reverchon Park, Uptown Dallas
Reverchon Park is a public park in the Oak Lawn area of Dallas. The park runs along Turtle Creek. Its main entrance is at Maple Avenue and Turtle Creek Boulevard.
The Bridge at N Edgefield
The Dallas skyline is visible from the N Edgefield Ave Bridge. This is a favorite spot of any business headshot photographer for a couple reasons: the parking right next to the bridge and the wide sidewalk on the bridge, which provides us with plenty of room to set up photos. An easy way to find this bridge is to enter “First Quality Fabricating Inc” into your GPS. The address is:
1529 N Edgefield Ave, Dallas, TX 75208
Klyde Warren Park
Cost: FREE. Klyde Warren Park is a 5.2-acre public park in Downtown Dallas, Texas. It’s great for portraits with the Dallas Skyline in the background and has lots of trees and grassy areas. Easy to walk around and change locations quickly. Best time for photographs is the morning when the sun is rising or evenings when the sun is setting. Address: 2012 Woodall Rodgers Fwy, Dallas, TX 75201.
Cost: $15.00 per person (client is responsible for admission fee for both the business photographer and assistant). The Dallas Arboretum and Botanical Garden is a 66-acre public venue located on White Rock Lake in Dallas. It showcases art and a diverse array of plants in eight gardens. Different events take place throughout the year. The spectacular gardens make excellent backdrops for headshots and portraits.
Downtown Dallas Arts District
The Arts District is downtown’s cultural hub, known for the strikingly angular Meyerson Symphony Center, the lavish Winspear Opera House, and the Dallas Museum of Art, with its vast collection spanning from ancient times to the present. The Nasher Sculpture Center exhibits modern masterpieces in a verdant setting, whereas the Crow Collection of Asian Art displays religious and secular pieces from diverse eras and cultures.
Deep Ellum is rich with street art, color, and graffiti. The art is constantly changing, which makes for a fun shooting location. This small community, just east of downtown Dallas, offers entertainment, arts, and dining. You can find energetic galleries, street murals, public art, and the wonderful Traveling Man sculptures throughout this community. Everywhere you walk, you’ll find textured walls, murals, brick buildings, chains, old garage doors, bars on doors, and so many more things that will help us create unique and interesting headshots and portraits.
Dallas West End
The Historic West End is located not far from the Convention Center. The West End is Dallas’s oldest entertainment area, full of renovated historical buildings and restaurants. This space has an old town feel that attracts people from all around the DFW area.
White Rock Lake
White Rock Lake is a sizeable lake. There are hiking and biking trails around the entire body of water, scenic picnics areas, fishing piers, and the White Rock Bath House—a great place for photos, due to the various textures to choose from. We can also take some fantastic photos on the fishing piers with the lake in the background or by using some of the trees scattered around the lake.
Margaret Hunt Hill Bridge
This gorgeous bridge offers the perfect spot to catch the sun setting over the Dallas skyline and capture some breathtaking city backdrops.
Bishop Arts District
Located in the heart of North Oak Cliff and only five minutes from downtown, Bishop Arts District is one of Dallas’s most unique neighborhoods. It has a historical shopping district and adorable restaurants