My favorite portrait locations in Amarillo TX | Amarillo TX Photographer

At first glance, Amarillo TX looks bland, dry, and treeless but this isn't true! Amarillo is actually ripe with exciting, colorful locations that are full of character. As an Amarillo, TX photographer I have spent tons of time scouting out new and exciting locations for portrait sessions so I can give my clients photos that reflect their personality. I want each and every photography client to have unique images. 

So to any client that wonders, "Where in the world can I get my photos taken?" this blog contains some of my favorite photography session locations in Amarillo.

 

Downtown Amarillo. 

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Wolflin neighborhood. 

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Palo Duro Canyon. 

(My favorite location of all!)

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Your home.

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Pretty much any field at dusk.

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This Park. 

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Lake Tanglewood. 

Lake Tanglewood is a gated community so in order to go to there, you must know someone who lives there. 

Any place awesome and unique.

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As you might have noticed, I did not disclose the exact location of some of these places. I have to protect my secret spots :) If you decide to become a client of mine, I would be happy to take you to these locations blindfolded (just kidding). Seriously, if something catches your eye, we can go anywhere you would like.

 

K

 




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