5 LA Hot Spots To Visit For Your Next Blog Photo Shoot
LA is SIMPLY's home base, which means it holds a special place in all our hearts. It is the sight of our SIMPLY LA Conference, after all! For all of you LA bloggers out there, we wanted to share some of our favorite local hotspots that make for perfect photo shoot backdrops.
These Los Angeles neighborhoods are full of adorable shops, buildings, and restaurants, meaning they're great places to head for the day and capture weeks of content at once! Here are 5 of our top favorites:
1. Melrose Avenue
If you're an LA fashion blogger, no doubt you've already posed along one of LA's hottest avenues. Melrose is full of influencer-friendly stores and restaurants.
Most Picturesque Spots: Alfred Tea, Mansur Gavriel, Paul Smith Pink Wall, Carrera Cafe, Isabel Marant
2. Venice Beach
For those beachy summer vibes, there's no better place to photograph than Venice. Head on down to the ocean and embrace the boho style.
Most Picturesque Spots: The Venice Sign, the canals, Abbot Kinney, the boardwalk
3. Rodeo Drive
Perhaps the most famous street in the world (and the most expensive, too!) there are so many iconic storefronts and buildings to pose in front of. Especially if you're rocking some sweet designer threads, you must head to the 90210.
Most Picturesque Spots: Barney's, the Louis Vuitton store, Alfred Coffee, Rodeo Drive Walk of Style
4. The Arts District
Downtown is full of so many cool areas, but The Arts District takes the cake. You'll get all the cool urban vibes, and if you love featuring street art in your photos, there are hundreds of art walls to use as backdrops.
Most Picturesque Spots: Daily Dose Cafe, Church & State, Row DTLA, Wurstkuche
Venture out of LA proper to the charming landscape of Pasadena. There is so much gorgeous architecture in Pasadena, and chances are these backgrounds won't be as played out as some other LA hot spots.
Most Picturesque Spots: Colorado Street Bridge, Old Town Pasadena, City Hall, The Langham Huntington
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What's your favorite place in Los Angeles to take blog photos?