Located in the heart of Laguna Beach, CA, right off historic Pacific Coast Highway, Table Rock offers a little bit of everything for photo sessions, and is one of California’s secret treasures. A tiny cove, surrounded by cliffs, it offers a beautiful backdrop to capture all your photography needs, especially at sunset. Table Rock is one of the most beautiful of the small beaches in Laguna. The north and south end of the beach are capped with cliffs and rocks of all shapes and sizes exist near the center of the cove. . In the middle of the beach there is a large rock formation with marine life.


Table Rock Beach is located in south Laguna Beach on south Pacific Coast Highway (PCH) and Table Rock Dr. (this street does not have a signal). The beach is located between the West Street signal & 3rd Ave. signal. The Coyote Grill Restaurant is one building south of Table Rock Dr. (31621 Coast Hwy, Laguna Beach) and is a good landmark to watch for. You will need to find parking along PCH. Walk a short distance on Table Rock Dr. and the entrance to the beach will be on your left. Take the long flight of stairs down to the beach, where you will meet your photographers. Be sure to bring your photographer’s cell number (usually provided to you a day or two before your session), just in case you have trouble locating each other!

North of Table Rock drive on Coast Highway, there is free parking. There is also free parking on Eagle Rock Way, just be sure not to block any driveways or you could be towed.

Photographer specializing in family portraits, headshots, wedding photography, maternity and engagement shoots

Our Story

More than 30 years ago, when Jack Randall was looking to change careers, his sister, a longtime studio owner, introduced him to photography. They found that clients connected with him so easily that their true personalities shone through in their photos.

Jack says that the most satisfying moment, in any session, is feeling that he has captured his clients’ genuine emotions. And when he hears of people enjoying his portraits in their homes all over the world, he feels truly fulfilled, and immensely grateful.