1151 Oxford Rd
San Marino, CA 91108
Probably our most favorite location in Los Angeles, and maybe all of Southern California, to shoot engagement photography at is The Huntington Library and Gardens. Huntington Library Engagement Photos in San Marino by Three16 Photography will add some unique architecture and amazing gardens that will enhance your engagement photos. This place is simply phenomenal for photography and is the go-to location in Los Angeles for engagement photography.
This location is filled with beauty and wonderful architecture, which will give your photos that character and personality to truly enhance your photographic backdrops. This location has some really cool Japanese-style buildings, gardens and gazebos that we can spend time at. There is a long running stream in between garden planters and some awesome looking bridges, along with ponds and a water fountain.
We cannot say enough about this location. It is just a great place for engagement photography. Even if you did not go for the photo session, it is a great place for a date day.
The Huntington Library is really unique and different with its architecture and design. A truly stunning location that is very well taken care of.
Some things to be aware of if you are considering having your engagement photography session here. Security really enforces their permit regulations. So be sure to go to their website and review all their rules and stipulations as they have the most extensive requirements that we have seen. It’s not the cheapest permit, but the location and photos will be well worth it. If you choose to have Huntington Library engagement photos taken, we recommend a 2-hour engagement photo session at this location, because we really can spend all day here capturing some amazing photographs. That’s how much there is there.
We don’t know any other location that has the features found at The Huntington Library and Gardens. It’s simply that marvelous.
You can learn more about The Huntington Library and Gardens as your engagement location by visiting huntington.org.
Some locations are subject to permit and/or travel fees.