Columbus November 01, 2017
12 Amazing Places In Columbus That Are A Photo-Taking Paradise
Maybe you’ve picked out your annual autumn portrait outfit and you’ve found a great photographer. Or, you are a photographer and you’ve decided on the best day to take fall pictures around the city. Now, where to go? Luckily, Columbus offers lots of stunning views and interesting photo opportunities. Check them out and pick out your spots.
1. Inniswood Metro Gardens
This metro park offers a mix of beautifully landscaped gardens and untouched nature, so you will have lots of different scenes to choose from.
2. North Park Bank
One of many great downtown views is right from the North Park Bank. Here you will see the Columbus skyline behind the old railroad bridge.
3. German Village
There's just something about brick roads and homes that makes for charming fairy-tale like photos. You'll find scenery like this all around the German Village neighborhood.
4. Schiller Park
Located in the center of German Village, Schiller Park is a very pleasant green space. Here you'll find statues, tulips, and ponds.
5. Jeffrey Mansion
An old picturesque building, the Jeffrey Mansion is a favorite place for local photographers. You'll want to get a picture on the staircase and snap a few in the park next door.
6. Alum Creek
What's not to love about pictures on a calm body of water? Visit the Alum Creek beach and trails for gorgeous shots.
7. Genoa Park
Another great downtown photo spot is Genoa Park. The stairs within the park light up at night, allowing for all sorts of bright photos.
8. Whetstone Park of Roses
Between the gazebos and the endless roses, the Whetstone Park of Roses has been a favorite place for engagement photos as long as it's existed.
9. Franklin Park Conservatory
The Franklin Park Conservatory and its grounds are another wonderful place to find gorgeous landscaped areas and sculptures that offer a beautiful setting for your photos.
10. Hayden Run Falls
Not many people seem to know that Columbus is hiding this beautiful waterfall! Check it out for your next photo shoot.
11. Ohio Theatre
The Ohio Theatre is one of the incredible historic buildings in Columbus. You can't go into the theatre without a ticket, but if you're there for a show, feel free to wander around and snap some photos.
12. Main Street Bridge
definitely not least, is the view from the Main Street Bridge. Not only is the bridge itself architecturally beautiful, the view that opens up is unbeatable.
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