Find a photography studio in east London
In search of the ideal photography studio in East London, but not sure where to start? Here at Tutti, we can guide you through finding the perfect East London photographic studio for your needs and your budget.
Whether your subject is fashion, food, products or portraiture, our wide range of East London studios has you covered. Browse our site for options from Stratford and Hackney Wick to Dalston and Whitechapel, or search your nearest convenient tube station such as Mile End or Liverpool Street, and hire your next photo studio with ease.
Why hire a photography studio in East London?
The East End is often known for its colourful graffiti art, relaxed canal-side eateries and trendy converted warehouse apartments. Its creative atmosphere attracts artists of all types, so it makes sense that East London is home to so many state-of-the-art photography studios.
Once you have an idea as to what look your photoshoot concept requires, then you can narrow your search down to either a specific aesthetic or a simple backdrop. Your options include stylish studios along the canal like The Heath in Hackney Wick, former industrial warehouses like Brick Lane Studio near Shoreditch High Street station, and elegant, spacious venues like Kora Photo Studio in Limehouse.
Checklist for hiring an East London photo studio
Do you require a parking space? Using Tutti’s advanced search tool you can filter the studios by free or paid parking to ensure you will have a car park space available. Each listing also shows you the local transport options including the closest tube lines and bus routes.
What props do you need? Some photo studio hire fees include props and it’s a good idea to check whether you can move these existing props around to use them in your shoot.
What lighting equipment do you need? Often basic lighting equipment like umbrellas and softboxes are included in the hire fee but if lights are chargeable, you’ll want to check how much they will cost so you can factor this into your budget.
How much space will you require? This will depend on how large your team is. Make sure there is a break area and a kitchen/refreshment making facilities available for them. If you have models you’ll need to make sure you have a changing room/hair & beauty station.
What are your background options? Once you’ve decided on the style and colour themes for your shoot, you’ll need to ensure there is a good variety of background textures and coloured backdrops available at the photo studio to suit.
What are your power requirements? Under general information on each studio page listing, you can check whether single or three-phase power is available.