Simulacra Studio’s Photography Workshops in London Helping Amateurs to Create Pictures with Professional Touch

Posted January 27, 2020 by Michaelharley

Simulacra Studio is now also a top choice for those who want to learn the art of photography

London, 27 January 2020: One of the best locations for indoor photo shoots in south west London, Simulacra Studio is now also a top choice for those who want to learn the art of photography. The studio arranges for comprehensive trainings and workshops in the city, helping new photographers discover the finer nuances of image creation with the cameras.

The candidates enrolling for Simulacra’s photography classes in London get to learn special themes such as Fairy Tale, Shooting with Water, High Speed Photography and Contemporary Dance alongside several others.
Apart from these workshops, the studio’s experienced team also trains amateur photographers on the technical and professional aspects of taking and editing pictures. These detailed courses can be taken up by learners who are interested in subjects such as Adobe Photoshop, Capture One, Studio Assisting, Studio Lighting, Product Photography and Fashion Experience.

With the e-commerce business in a bullish phase, there is a demand for skilled photographers who can take good shots of lifestyle products. The candidates who attend Simulacra Studio’s workshops and photography training in London progressively master the concepts that enable them to derive better results from product photography. It helps them bag good assignments and work as fulltime photographers for popular merchandise brands.

Thanks to the studio rental services offered by Simulacra in London, photographers also get a well-equipped place to execute their projects. The studio gives them access to the finest cameras, lenses, tripod stands, lighting modulators, LED panels, parabolic umbrella setups and other gear to take fine pictures.

For the artists who work with models donning designer outfits, the studio provides all the facilities to conduct a comfortable fashion photography shoot. It has air conditioned and heated rooms for dressing and makeup.
Clients who have used the space at Simulacra Studio for their photo shoots praise the facilities and recommend them to others. To quote Darlene, “I had attended a workshop organised by Simulacra team last year and later I clicked some pictures at their premises for a fashion house. All the equipment and support I needed for my session were available at affordable rates. The trained photographers provide all the guidance that clients need to set up the kit and capture best shots of their subject. I will use Simulacra Studio’s space for more of my photo shoots and will even tell my friends about it.”

About Simulacra Studio

Founded by photographer Francois Boutemy and designer Chris Charalambous in 2006, Simulacra Studio has collaborated with numerous clients in the fashion and entertainment industry. The London based studio received a runner-up prize in the highest growth category at The Lambeth Business Awards. Through a journey spanning more than a decade, Simulacra Studio has also hosted various events at its premises. It co-founded a new design agency called Sodium Burn Creative in 2016.

Besides renting out studio space for fashion, editorial and product photography, Simulacra Studio organises regular workshops and trainings for new photographers. The students who enrol for these courses are trained on usage of different camera types, lenses, lighting modulators and editing software.

Contact Information

Address: 302-304 Barrington Road London SW9 7JJ
E-Mail: [email protected]
Phone: 0207 733 1979 / 07960 124 249
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Phone 0207 733 1979 / 07960 124 249
Business Address 302-304 Barrington Road London SW9 7JJ
Country United Kingdom
Categories Photography
Tags photography classes in London , photography training in London , photography London , photography studio in London
Last Updated January 27, 2020