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Tibble Fork Portrait Sessions

Everything you need to know about scheduling a Tibble Fork portrait session.

If you’re new to the Utah photography world, you’ll learn quickly that Tibble Fork Reservoir in American Fork Canyon is a Utah photograpy hotspot.

Tibble Fork is where Austin and I took our engagement photos, and we did family portraits a few years later there as well. It is a quintessential Utah location because the view just can’t be beat. One of the best things about Tibble Fork is that it is accessible all year long. In the winter it is still beautiful, plus you walk out across the reservoir because the water drains fairly low and freezes hard.

Tibble Fork is about fifteen minutes up American Fork canyon and is really easy to access, which is a huge bonus. HOWEVER, one IMPORTANT thing to be aware of when scheduling at Tibble Fork is that there is no cell service. We makeplans with our clients regarding meeting locations well in advance, so that we can avoid the absolute craziness that can happen during peak season. (We have seen over 300+ people there on summer Fridays and Saturdays).

There are restrooms at Tibble Fork, but because there is no guarantee that they will be open, we always pack our changing tent for clients to use if needed.

The best thing about Tibble Fork Portrait Sessions?? You will have SO much variety in your gallery, because this location has a lot of diversity. In the lower Tibble Fork area, we like to photograph in the field, on the dam, and near the actual reservoir. These photos are from Hannah & Ryan’s Tibble Fork Portrait Session.

Tibble Fork has an upper field area that is absolutely beautiful and worth the hike for the view, especially in the spring when the field is tall and thick. These photos are from Shelby & Ryan’s Tibble Fork portrait session.

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