Tarrant County Beach: For this location, we start in a field or nature areas nearby. Then we will move down to the rocky beach for the last half of the session when the light is not so harsh over the water. Moms should wear comfortable shoes or flip flops to walk between areas then change into your heels.
Tarrant County Field: The fields and trees photograph beautifully here! There is lovely light and we may get lucky and run into a horse or 2! The wildflowers bloom around April. Horses and wildflowers are out of our control and may not be available at your session.
Tarrant County Train Park: This location has great light coming through the trees and railroad beams! Lots of different looks within a short distance.
Tarrant County Creek: We have been hunting for the perfect creek to shoot in for YEARS. We found it, and celebrated! The creek is right by a field that has just the right light and a tree that looks like it’s straight out of a fairy tale. The creek is shallow and pretty easy to get into, but we ask that you wear rain boots or water shoes for that portion of the session. This spot would work for any kind of session, and we don’t have to get in the creek, it’s just a fun and unique option if you are feeling adventurous!
Tarrant County Tree: With a stunning tree, paths, grass, stones, beautiful views and great light, you can’t beat it.
Tarrant County Red Brick Road: This location has a little dock you can get on as well as a little house with stairs and blue open walls. Theres a red brick road we end with as well as lots of light throughout!
Tarrant County Trails: I also really love the creek at this location! There are tons of trees and overgrown pathways and a very cool bridge!
Tarrant County Colors: a rainbow of color designs in an industrial area. Great for all types of sessions!
Tarrant County City: What I love about this location is that you can get the city vibe, with the bridge and the traffic and then also the sunset and silhouette shots at the end of the session. This spot may not be good for toddlers due to it’s proximity to the street, but anyone who can follow directions and isn’t at risk for running off wildly would be great!
Tarrant County Contemporary Ivy: Clean lines, concrete and ivy make this the perfect simple location for your shoot.
Japanese Gardens: This is a part of the Botanic Gardens, there is a $75 fee to shoot here. The colors are stunning in the fall!
Tarrant County Gardens: $75 fee to shoot here. This side has very little overgrown foliage. The majority is paved pathways, stone walls, and a very manicured look. The bridge can be a great spot to shoot on and there are a few other little nooks that photograph well.
Tarrant County Modern: Clean lines and some really cool rows of trees make this a perfect spot for modern portraits.
Tarrant County Rustic: The Fort Worth Stockyards aren’t what some are expecting. If you aren’t from fort worth you may think it sounds too western or you may be thinking it’s an actual field of cows. I really like all the different looks you can get within just a short walking distance. Lots of alleyways, urban looking stairs, brick walls and a junk yard.
Tarrant County Cactus: Good light! Great plants! Great bridge! Some rustic elements as well.
Tarrant County Hotel: This location is in and around the cutest hotel in Fort Worth! It offers many different looks within a small area.
Tarrant County Graffiti: $150 location fee This location is great for all types of sessions since we get to rent it out all to ourselves. It has inside and outside options with a graffiti area and an ivy wall in the spring and summer! Tons of different looks with gorgeous light all around!
Tarrant County Downtown: Like the downtown look? We will just stroll around and stop at anything that I like the light and look of.
In home sessions: This is a more candid approach but we will also get those shots of everyone looking at the camera. There is nowhere more comfortable than your own house! $150 travel fee outside of Tarrant County.
Paige Walker Photography Studio: Most studio sessions start around 10am Our boutique photography studio located on Camp Bowie Blvd. in Fort Worth. It is filled with both simple and classic and funky and fun backdrops that really make the images look like a work of art. We also have lots of props and furniture available. Studio session are best for children that are not walking yet or that are over the age of 3.
Tarrant County Forest: We love this little forest and we think you will too! There is also a field area that is so beautifully lit at sunset.
Dallas County Modern: $150 travel fee. This location is a favorite for families, maternity and high school seniors. There are lots of interesting urban looks in a small area and we love the reflecting pool.
Dallas County Urban: $150 travel fee. Best in the morning due to traffic in the evenings.
Las Colinas Canals: $150 travel fee and $50 location shooting fee. This area has a European feel.
Collin County Nature: $150 travel fee. We adore our Collin County Clients, but to make up for the drive time, gas money, babysitter cost and the cost of the photography assistant, we have had to add a travel fee. This is a very natural location with overgrown fields, forest areas and pretty sunlight.
Dallas County Park: $150 Travel Fee. This cute little park has a great bridge stone stairs and some nice manicured areas by a creek.
Dallas County Stairs Park: $150 travel fee. Another nice park with lots of stairs and walkways
Dallas County Lake: $150 travel fee. A dock, fields, trees, and a lake.
Quinlan White Sparrow Barn: $150 travel fee and $175 location fee. This is a very clean and white location with lots of light coming from all windows! Theres a swing outside that works if we time it right as well as other big rocks and barn doors. Gorgeous location if you like the glowy airy feel!
McKinney Cotton Mill: $150 travel fee and $300 location fee. Ok, so this location can get pretty pricey, but it’s insanely cool. One of my favorites for sure!
Have another location in mind? We would LOVE to shoot at a spot that has meaning to you and your family, just ask! These are just suggestions and places we know really well and know photograph well. However, we are always up for an adventure!
Love love love this information and thank you for sharing. Do you know exactly which parks and forests you went to for these photos? I’m not too familiar with the Fort Worth area.
Do you have any specifics for these locations? They look amazing!