Photographing in Los Angeles affords us the chance to shoot at so many unique and varied venues. From the beaches to the hills, from the parks to urban development, LA has it all. One of the really unique aspects this city offers you for your engagement photo session are all the amazing architecture that is found throughout the different types of museums. One such museum is The Broad. The Broad Los Angeles engagement photos by Three16 Photography will make for a lifetime of beautiful memories.
This museum, which is also knowns as, “the Veil and the Vault,” has quite the collection of today’s contemporary art that dates back to the 1950’s and all the way up to today. The building is 120,000 square feet that features two stories of gallery space. But as unique as the inside is, it’s the outside that really adds something different to your engagement photos. The building’s structure has been described as honeycomb-like and goes around the building to provide any natural light it receives to be filtered. We like it for the unique backdrop it brings to your photos.
Just south of The Broad is a public plaza area that has a nice open lawn and trees that brings a touch of nature to the downtown streets of Los Angeles. Your photos can get the best of both worlds that includes nature, with that urban feel to them.
Also, one of the nice parts of The Broad’s location is that we are in close proximity to other well-known places to shoot engagement photography. Some such places might include the Walt Disney Concert Hall (located just across the street), the Dorothy Chandler Pavilion, the Mark Taper Forum and Ahmanson Theatre. For second location photoshoots that include more nature, besides for the public plaza, include Grand Park and Vista Hermosa Park, both are very close by.
So, if you are looking for an urban-like feel to your engagement photos, and to add a touch of greenery as well, then consider The Broad on Grand Avenue. You can learn more about this amazing museum by visiting https://www.thebroad.org/.
Some locations are subject to permit and/or travel fees.