Photo Studios for Hire in Soho

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Top Photo Studios in Soho

Ready to book a photo studio in Soho? Photo studios are one of the best ways for you to elevate your photography from amateur to professional. This energetic area in the West End is known for its exciting nightlife, but it's also rich in creative spaces to help you perfect your art. Get inspired by the energy of Carnaby, Oxford, and Regent Streets. Whether you need a commercial studio or a black canvas space, why not discover what Soho has to offer? Browse our listings and book your next creative space in a flash!

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Photo Studios in Soho FAQ

Which are the best photo studios in Soho?

Some of our favourite studios in Soho are:

Photo Studio 17 – A neo-gothic room with lots of natural light just waiting for you to take some incredible photos in a one of a kind setting. Located just a few minutes from Charing Cross Station, the location puts you right in the middle of all of the action of the West End, so you can take inspiration from all of the hustle and bustle of the city.

Hoxton Street Studio This is a purpose-built photo studio to help you take your next creative endeavour to the next level. With a variety of sets and lighting situations, you can be sure that you will find a setting that will work for your shoot and image perfectly. This space also offers a variety of gear rentals and backgrounds for you to use.

What kind of gear should I expect in a studio?

Photo studios are places that are all about controlling the set and the lighting situation. Most photo studios are going to come with a variety of backgrounds for you to choose from, but the most common ones are all white, blackout, or greenscreen. Some photo studios will also offer rental equipment like lights, light stands, sandbags, and fans. Since Soho is centrally located, taking advantage of the gear rentals can save you the headache of having to haul your gear to this busy part of town.

How do I make the most of my time when in the studio?

Stay organised. This is vital for you to make the most of your time in the studio. Be sure to practise in many different lighting situations so you can get right to shooting with just minor adjustments. If you are going to be shooting with models, be sure to properly brief them both in writing and in person. As the photographer, you are the director of the shoot, so be sure to be clear in giving your directions and understand the goal of the shoot.

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