As a photographer, does the thought of finding a photo studio make you shudder? We can help ease the stress of finding your perfect space! With so many excellent photo studios across Perth, you will be spoiled for choice, we promise. Tagvenue has options for every occasion, whether it’s for professional photos, portraits, a corporate film, or a personal project. We have every setting from turnkey options to full service, fully equipped, super studios, so no matter what the occasion is, you and your client will be wowed. Take a look at our listings and pick the best one for your needs today!
1 of 22
It may be hard to pick the best photo studio for your needs with so many options available. But with so many downtown options in East Perth and Northbridge and the suburbs beyond, you will surely settle on the right sort of location. Whether you need fully equipped studios or simply a turn-key space, check out the offers in the listings, and you should find a booking that is just what you need!
When hiring a studio for photography, be aware that most studios have a minimum hire period. It is common for this period to be either set at 2 hours or half a day. For studios charged on an hourly basis, expect costs to range from $50 to $80 per hour during weekday business hours and $70 to $90 per hour after 5.00 pm. For weekend bookings, expect to pay around $70 and be aware that costs will rise for after-hours use.
Start your search for a photo studio in the neighbourhoods of East Perth and Northbridge. Among the lovely streets of this area overlooking the Swan River, you will find numerous options for blank canvas studios and other establishments. Start by checking out Huzzard Studios or Studio Northbridge. If you need to go further afield, you can also search in West Perth for studios there. Across the river, you can find other options in the south of the city, such as Qcumber Studios, and in outlying suburbs. Check areas around Ardross and Beckenham for great choices.
Always check the list of included equipment provided by your potential photo studio hire before signing any contract. You can expect the studio that you will rent to come stocked with professional, state-of-the-art equipment. The owners of these spaces know exactly which kind of equipment is best suited for their space, which will save you the headache of finding gear and hoping that it will work with the studio. Equipment that is standard at most professional photography studios will be backdrops, soft and hard lighting options, tripods and stands, and monolights. Having this equipment available for use ensures that your pictures will be second to none. If needed, the studio will likely help you hire additional equipment from their own reserves or trusted vendors.
Found an amazing venue within 10 minutes of looking! Really happy :)
I came across Tag Venue completely by accident and Sarah was unbelievably helpful in saving me valuable time and conducting the search on my behalf. I would not hesitate to use Tag Venue again.