If you haven’t had the chance to go visit the new Natural History Museum of Utah at the Rio Tinto center, I recommend you go. It’s full of interesting exhibits about different aspects of Utah history, nature and geography housed in an architecturally fascinating location. The building just is Utah and it’s surroundings are rustic and a beautiful photography session backdrop.
Just check out that picture. It’d be a perfect Utah location for senior portraits or a family photo when all the grand-kids are in town! Because there’s enough interest between Utah photographers and the Rio Tinto Center, the Museum has set up a Utah Portrait Photography request page.
The building is new enough this is still a fairly well kept secret, so I recommend you book your portrait schedule before it becomes the next big Utah photography trend!