Shoot locations in North West London
1. The Hill Garden and Pergola
Photo by Anna Rose Brown
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I find that this location is perfect for portraits and group shoots; and because of its location, it’s a place that I have often used as a shoot location, especially because of its ethereal, soft and traditional vibes, which suited any type of project. However this location tends to be very busy and full of various photographers, especially wedding photographers, due to its popularity. The only downside to this is that it’s quite hard to get the perfect shot that you want in a particular location, but this is a perfect opportunity to meet and network various photographers within the industry.
Address: The Pergola, Inverforth Cl, London NW3 7EX
2. Camden Market/ Town
Photo by Rita Farhi
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This particular location is perfect for portrait shoots, however due the areas popularity it is always full of tourists, therefore this location isn’t something that I would recommend for group shoots. However it is also important to be aware of the miserable weather especially in the autumn and winter months in London; but there are some perfect indoor spots for portrait shoot/ group shoots with two or three people. I love this location because of it is very versatile and there’s so many difference aspects of architecture that is of neutral and bright colours.
Address: Camden Market, 54-56 Camden Lock Place
3. Alexandra Palace
Photo by Danielle Fisher
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This is another location that perfect for any themed project due to its very neutral tones; what is also great about it is spacious environment that is provide which is perfect for massive group shoots of any size. However the only downside of this is that it is an outside space, that depending on the day and events can be a bit busy indoors; which means the shoot could be affected by weather conditions as well the overcrowding queues of people, therefore making it hard to get the shots that you want. But I feel that if you choose the time and day correctly, you can produced images of a very successful shoot.
Address: Alexandra Palace, Alexandra Palace Way, London N22 7AY
These locations are my go to locations, since moving back to North West London, due to the fact that they were so close by and they were stunning and neutral locations that were perfect for portrait shoots.