Spring equals fantastic photo oportunities for everyone. It's also a great chance to enjoy each other's company outdoors with the milder weather. Here are a few ideas our backyard has to offer.
It's a great area for families and has been known as a regional destination. It's got plenty of background options from gardens and play areas such as a water park and sports facilities.
Nestled between Stanley Park and Coal Harbour, this delightful spot in the heart of downtown Vancouver offers a great combination of views from trees, a marina, outdoor art and the city. Great for couples.
A Vancouver tradition for couples and a favourite wedding venue in Stanley Park. If there was a right time to take in all it's beauty, spring is it! The roses speak for it.
A quiet, secret spot for North Van residents, this has a fantastic view of the Capilano reservoir and the North Shore mountains towering in the background. It's also a picnic favourite and pooch friendly!
A hot venue for locals in the summer, Kits Beach is a great option for springtime photo spots being a little less busy. Lots of background options such as the sandy beach, the North Shore and it's still snow-capped mountains. Great for an active and dynamic feel. Or just when you need to quiet down for a stroll.
Conveniently situated right in the middle of North Vancouver and a SeaBus ride away from downtown. Get a hustle and bustle feel for your shots in this famous local spot.
Vancouver's first ever tourist attraction boasts diverse settings that highlight iconic images of the west coast. These range from historical, cultural and, of course, the rainforest. Voted as one of the top-ten places to get married in Vancouver, this is a famous venue for couples and families.
A little hidden gem, this quiet neighborhood, low traffic volume spot has an amazing view of the Fraser River at the Waterfront and the intriguing architecturally designed Port Mann bridge. Great for families too for the quiet it offers.
It's not just a summer destination for warm waters in the Lower Mainland. White Rock offers great skyline views and dramatic sunsets perfect for photo ops for couples and families.
A great spot to capture the feel of art and culture in all it's vibrant colours and textures. Backgrounds include a harbour, various shops, a massive marketplace and squares to walk around. Awesome for headshots or business-oriented portraits.
Fleetingly a home away from home for the athletes of the 2010 Vancouver Winter Olympics, the village is now a delightful spot in the city buzzing with all things chic and cool. It offers a great background combination of water and sleek architecture. Great for corporate head-shots and portraits.
The Creekside Community Centre offers combined views of the city, water and a chic community right next door to the Olympic Village and a stone's throw from Granville Island. This spot is fantastic for families and newly-weds.
Quietly tucked away in West Vancouver, this little gem has great views of a marina, docks, the inlet, Vancouver and the occasional ferry passing by. Nice and quiet for families and head shots.
Know more spots? Feel free to add-in a few more locations in the Comments.