Locations in lower mainland

golden ears Provincial Park

The Golden Ears in Maple Ridge is a popular photoshoot location because of its beautiful forests and amazing mountain views. The scenic view of the mountains, wooded trails and tree-lined valley is breathtaking.

Coal Harbour, Vancouver

scenic waterfront neighbourhood is home to a wide variety of photoshoot locations to choose from making it one of the best photoshoot locations around Vancouver.

Pitt lake (Pitt Meadows)

Pitt Lake is a nature preserve and a recreational area just a few kilometres from the city of Pitt Meadows. The lake is surrounded by tall grass, trees and mountains. This scenic location provides an ideal backdrop for anyone looking to take photos of the natural beauty of the area.

Lighthouse Park (West Vancouver)

Walking through the dense old-growth rainforest on your way to the rugged cliffs bordering the ocean, Lighthouse Park is an awesome photoshoot location. It is roughly a 15-minute walk to the ocean with some great photo opportunities along the way.

Whytecliff Park (West Vancouver)

A beautiful seaside park on the Howe Sound with a rugged coastline, cool mountain views and spectacular shots of the ocean. There are many cliff edges and photo opportunities here with scenic mountains in the background. Access is close to the parking lot and offers lots of unique variations of scenery.

GAstown at Night (Vancouver )

The Gastown Steam Clock is beautiful day or night, but if you get a chance, be sure to come here for night photos, when the nearby buildings light up in gorgeous colours, creating the most photogenic frame possible.

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lona Beach(richmond )

This is a great location to consider if you want some portraits on the beach, but not necessarily your entire session. The wetland areas nearby have plenty of trees and wild grasses with lots of room for littler ones to run around and explore. For families of all ages, it’s nice to have all that space for privacy. No one likes feeling that all eyes are on you when you’re having your photograph taken.