Photography

Peach Fields

We welcome and encourage everyone in our community to use our stunning farmland and alluring crops for their casual photography, selfies, private social media and blogging use during our normal business hours. Professional photography is now permitted during our Fall Festival events with a paid admission ticket. Professional photography sessions will only be permitted during our public events and will not be available before or after business hours throughout the fall season. Due to the nature of farming, the weather, the public and other elements out of our control, we cannot guarantee that other guests will not be present in the background of your photographs or that the weather will be ideal. Please keep in mind that all participants who wish to engage in professional photography, including clients and photographers, will be responsible for reserving their own ticket and time slot to enter the farm. Southern Hill Farms will not provide a professional photographer, all clients or photographers are responsible for coordinating their independent photo shoots.

Keep the following in mind.

  • Guests are welcome to take photos with their personal devices (phones, cameras, etc.) at our events.
  • Professional photography sessions are permitted during our regular Fall Festival event hours beginning September 25th through November 7th. Admission tickets are required and can be purchased here.
  • Southern Hill Farms will not provide guests with a photographer, you are responsible for hiring your own photographer or booking your own independent session.
  • Tripods, lights, cameras and other professional equipment are permitted, however large props such as benches and chairs are not.
  • Tasteful and family appropriate clothing must be worn at all times. Lingerie, revealing or risqué clothing is not permitted. If a guest is found scantily clad anywhere on the farm, said guest will be asked to change into appropriate clothing or to leave the premises.
  • Please be respectful of all guests on the farm. Photographers can not require other guests to vacate an area, cut lines, etc. to capture your clients’ photographs. If a complaint is filed against a photographer for disrespectful behavior toward another patron, said photographer will be asked to leave the premises.
  • Southern Hill Farms is private property and a working farm, therefore we ask that you be respectful of our land and not damage any crops, equipment or structures while trying to capture your photos.
  • Do not trespass on our property during non-business hours to take photos. Law enforcement will be notified.