We had Tank in the photography studio this month. The editorial, shot by London based photographer Sohrab Golsorkhi-Ainslie and styled by Nobuko Tannawa has a bold, modern energy and vocalises this via both page and screen. Download FashionScanner to your iphone and scan the image above to watch the images, shot in our East London photography studio, come to life. Pure genius. Videography Martin Senyszak.
- 25ft in length white photography coved studio
- 2,000 SQFT shooting space
- Hair and Makeup Room
- Meeting area
- Kitchen & WC Facilities
- 16 Amp, 32 Amp and 63 Amp supply 3 phase
- Poly Boards and Poly Stands
- Sandbags and Rails
- Green Screen & Blackout Available
Ideal for music videos, editorial, and ecommerce shootsSee the floorplan
- Dry Hire / Still Life / Sound Controlled / Black Out / Commerce
- 800 Sqft shooting space
- Makeup Area
- Meeting & Client Area
- Kitchen & WC Facilities
- Poly Boards & Poly Stands
- Sandbags and Rails
- Green Screen & Blackout Available
Ideal for long term shoots, castings, and look booksSee the floorplan
Formerly KINGSLAND ROAD STUDIO and now SHED, the studio has been operating as east London's most accessible and affordable photographic studio hire since 2012. SHED offers a reliable and professional service to the photographic industry, helping photography clients and brands achieve their overall goal. SHED handles all areas of photographic studio hire, from arranging set design to post production. Working with clients as varied as Alexander Mcqueen to the BBC, we understand the demands of the photographic industry which is why at SHED we handle all your creative needs so you don't have to worry. Catering is provided to the highest standard from small to large shoots, hot or cold, breakfast and lunch.
Shed specialise in commerce fashion, editorial, magazine, casting and video. With the choice of three affordable studios we can cater for a variety of different photographic shoots.
The photographic studio provides a full stock of photographic and film lighting plus digital hardware. The studio provides a full range of power from 63amp > 13amp. Three phase to single phase. The studio can provide grip, stands, boards, bags, flags and more. Parking is available in Haggerston, please enquire. All studios run high wi-fi connection with dedicated landline phones. Stocked fridges are available.
At SHED we are proud to offer 5000 sqft of co working desk space on site, tailored to photographers, designers, fashion and the creative industry. We offer special rates to resident desk users on photography studio hire and studio equipment hire. You can view more details about our desk space and co working options in our desk section. Please call us should you wish to speak to one of our team on 0207 254 9900 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Fashion photographer Max Barnett shot with us recently in our photographic studio in east london. Max has a beautiful style that we love, his images caught our eye in this recent editorial.
Ruth Hogben is a photographer and fashion filmmaker part of Show Studio. She joined us recently for a shoot in our photographic studio in east london. Ruth Hogben has been at the forefront of a dramatic shift in photographic studio photography working as part of Nick Knight's Showstudio to push the boundaries of Fashion Film and Fashion Photography. East London has always been an area for emerging creatives and our photography studio sees its fair share of them shooting with us. Check out more of Ruth Hogbens Photography studio work here. http://ruthhogben.com/
Text By Charlotte Garner
Jacob Sutton's work has been spread across a lot of publications, and it goes without saying what incredible photographer he is. His work portrays that idea of motion which has inspired his work from the very beginning.
This shot taken from the Numero Homme's Spring/Summer 2015 edition, caught our eye with how beautifully composed the images are put together. The water adds another dimension to the images, giving it a more distinctive and creative flow to the usual photographic studio based work. It grasps the idea of how photographs can be interpreted into artistic pieces of work, as this editorial demonstrates perfectly. Whats fascinating is how every photographer is different, and how they interpret the blank canvas and make it their own. Composing images and stitching them together creates images that are significantly different but have a purpose making them striking. Jacob's work continues to inspire with how majestic images shot in a photography studio can be.
Charlottle Garner who is currently interning as a photography assistant at Shed London showed me this image today. We love a shaddow background on a infinity cove. We love the work in Atlas Magazine and really looking forward to seeing the relatively new publication growing over the next few edditions. Check out their work here http://www.theatlasmagazine.com/ lots of great photographic studio shots. Happy East London Vibes photographers!
Its not often that we get to write about a photographer that has caught our eye but today is one of those days. Fashion Photographer Kyle Galvin recently had his work showcased in the British Journal of photography as part of their projects section. Since graduating from London College of Fashion in BA Fashion Photography Kyle has shot for clients such as Pigeons and Peacocks, Atlas Magazine,Papercut and Noctis magazine.
Kyles work is simple clean and structured, in the British Journal of Photography he discusses how his style is influenced by film and also of feeling. The tension between the photographer and model in the photography studio is captured and used to create his photographs. It's always fascinating to see how each photographer will approach the studio setting. A white coved photographic studio can sometimes be like the unmarked piece of paper in the front of a new journal. How will you make that first mark, take that first picture, make a strong edit? Kyle seems to have an approach that is methodical, considered and steady. We look forward to seeing him at the studio to shoot future campaigns in the photographic studio, check out more of his work on his website here www.kylegalvin.com
We had the very talented Tilly Hardy with us this week. We took a look through her portfolio of work to see some of her other shoots. She is represented by Creative Artists agency in London and has shot all over the world for some amazing campaigns.
Shooting this week in Photography Studio A we have had the very talented Hair Stylist Andrew Barton. As part of Shed London we offer desk space and Hair Photographer Jack Eames who rents a desk with us and who has worked closely with Andrew Barton bumped into each other during the shoot. This image is one of our favourites from the Jack Eames and Andrew Barton collaboration. Photographers and Stylists have a long standing relationship of collaboartion and this must be nurtured and flexed in the photpgrahy studio. Often this is a failure but as with these photographs this can also be a huge success.
Sean & Seng shooting for Noon magazine in this issue SS15. Looking through their portfolio its great to see their vision and diversity of an ethereal landscape often constructed via set design and great styling. Our favourites from their work are the portraits here and the water landscapes fashion shoot.
We have followed NOON photography magazine for the past few issues and it keeps on impressing us with the quality of photography and general content. Rare do we find a magazine that encapsulates the perfect balance of photography and fashion without screaming the big F word too loud, which most do. NOON speaks of sound photographic editing, this issue SS15 features a wonderful editorial by photographer MEL BLESS who works with D&V Management. D&V have worked at the studio in the past so its great to see this editorial by MEL, we are fast becoming big fans of her work, this editorial called LND>MIA looks at a sense of place, journey and style relevant to the destination, below the surface this is a very sophisticated editorial. We really liked the Adrian Henri poem at the beginning of the magazine called “Tonight at Noon” which goes a bit like this:
Tonight at noon
Supermarkets will advertise 3D extra on everything
Tonight at noon
Children from happy families will be sent to live in a home
Elephants will tell each other human jokes
America will declare peace on Russia
World war 1 veterans will sell poppies in the streets
The first daffodils of Autumn will appear
You need to buy NOON to read the rest of this but it’s really worth the treat, we are super happy with our copy of SS15. More work by the NOON team here: http://n-o-o-n.co.uk/
Brett Lloyd shot recently for Noon Magazine with stylist Jack Borkett. Recently Brett shot with us for the Qasimi lookbook. Here is one of his images from the NOON Magazine shoot. We look foraward to seeing more from Brett and his photographic studio work.
Beauty papers is the first biannual fashion magazine from collaborators Maxine Leonard and Valrie Wickes. We get through a lot of magazines here at SHED but once in an annual moon we stumble across another lovely piece of work, Beauty Papers is that lovely piece of work. A magazine that’s splitting the seams with page after page of quality photography, is it so hard to find these days? apparently so. Favourites include a beautiful still life shoot by photographer Nacho Alegre of high end junk stacked on top of one another, referencing the great photographer Irving Penn. At the other end of the scale we’ve got a real photographic shoot by Quentin De Briey which captures everything that is good and right about film / fashion. We haven't read all of the paper and that’s why we like it, we feel that we can dip in and out of it as the months go by, this is how the modern magazine should be in our opinion. For more editorials you can visit their website here: http://www.beautypapers.com/ looking forward to #01 #02 ……….
This week we had The Production Factory in studio A shooting a Still Life campaign. Always great to have their team with us at Shed London. Looking forward to seeing the campaign when it's out this season. The Production Factory have been a long established production studio and we have housed a number of their shoots over the years. They specialise in all areas of production from video and stills to location and post production. Keep checking out our blog for more updates on the team's work!
This week we have Will Thom still life photographer shooting with us in photography studio A. Its the first time we have had will with us but we look forward to him shooting again at our studio.