With Halloween right around the corner, I thought to throw this one on the blog. I had the chance to collaborate with Sarah Vamp on a fall photoshoot at Spring Mountain Ranch. Sarah had the vision of witchy vibes for October, she brought this Ain & Elke Stylehaus and a purple and black parasol.
Just a heads up, if you are interested in having a photo shoot at Spring Mountain Ranch, the park is fairly strict about professional photography and photographers in the park. This is to preserve the nature of the park. It is $10 per vehicle to park in the park. I recommend carpooling if you’d like to save a little money.
If you’d like to take full advantage of the park, you must have a photography permit which you can apply for with this form. It is $50 for a Class A permit for a shoot for 2 – 15 people which should work for a basic portrait session. This will give you access to the entire park without any problems.
However, you are free to shoot anywhere in the picnic area. For most shoots, I believe this works for most portrait sessions because it is classified as recreational photography. Respect the rules because if not, you will definitely be asked to leave.
With its green grass, large tree, barn like fence, and big red barn, Spring Mountain Ranch is great for fall photo sessions. I’m currently booking fall sessions, contact me here if you’d like to book. Weekdays are typically available and weekends are filling up. So please reach out soon!
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