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As a Nashville Native, and someone who has been blogging for almost five years, I’m pretty much a pro at figuring out where to take blog photos. While I try to switch it up and not shoot in the same places over and over, there are some places I just always go back to. I may write a lot about Nashville’s murals but I don’t necessarily love to shoot at them. If I have a simple outfit, sure, but most of the time I’m wearing prints. Sometimes prints and murals don’t mix.
But back on the blog photos topic. Today I’m sharing with you five of my favorite spots to take blog photos in Nashville. So if you’re a fellow blogger, or taking engagement photos, take a look at some of my favorite spots.
Top 5 Places for Your Blog Photos in Nashville
Legislative Plaza/War Memorial
301 6th Ave N, Nashville, TN 37243 – This spot is gorgeous for formal photos. Legislative Plaza is a giant open space with fountains and steps. If you go up the steps you’ll the columns at War Memorial. My shoots here have been some of my favorites!
600 James Robertson Pkwy, Nashville, TN 37243 – Now this isn’t actually a mall, it’s a big park. There are so many great places to photograph here like the Farmer’s Market, bells, amphitheater, fountains, the list is endless!
Nashville Sounds/MTA Parking Garage
The photos above are at the Nashville Sounds parking garage. I love shooting in parking garages because you don’t have to worry about people and you get great views of the city.
11th Ave S, Nashville, TN 37203 – The Gulch is usually pretty busy, but I like shooting here because there are so many places to shoot. You could shoot in front of the Thompson Hotel, Urban Outfitters, in front of the steps going to Broadway and so many more. I also like that you get 1-hour parking for free, so I can change in my car and knock out a few looks. (Blog posts photographed here, here, here)
Broadway is such a fun place to shoot. The only thing is you have to get there early between 7 -8 a.m. to avoid all the tourists. It may be early but the photos turn out so well that it’s worth it! (Blog posts photographed here)