5 New Photography Studios in London

Five amazing new photography studios in London.

Each photographic studio has its own unique qualities and our location managers will be able to suggest properties that fit your exact criteria.

New Photography Studio Locations

Photo Studio East

Location: London E5

New Photography Studio in London - SHOOTFACTORY

The studio has had extensive soundproofing to allow for video, audio and photographic work.

It is extremely well suited to slow-motion work thanks to its three phase power distribution, in-house high speed cameras and drive-in access, allowing motion control rigs such as cinebolt easy access.

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Concrete Studio

Location: London E9

New Photography Studio in London - SHOOTFACTORY

An 1100 sq ft purpose built studio space with a fantastic ceiling height of just below 6 metres. The access is good with double doors directly onto the street, and no steps.

There is a well finished polished concrete floor, which expands up a large wall area and covers features like the supporting columns, and also the ceiling. The remainder of the walls are white.

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Lemon Studio Two

Location: London SE27

Photography Studio in London SE27 - SHOOTFACTORY

First floor daylight loft style studio, with an abundance of natural daylight. Flat white walls, & old school floorboards painted white. 1,400sq ft.

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Location London E2

Photography studio in London E2 - SHOOTFACTORY

1120 sq ft studio with drive-in access located under the arches in Hoxton. Available for photoshoots and events. Filming is possible but the studio is not suitable for sound recording.

Access is at ground floor level and is step-free. The large cove is 6x6m, and the ceiling height is 4.4m at it’s highest point and 3m at the lowest.

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Dot Studio

Location: London E5

Photography studio in London E5 - SHOOTFACTORY

This vast live/work loft Studio approximately 1600 sq ft, (150 sqm) is located in a former aircraft factory. Originally designed by Sir Owen Williams, one of Britain’s best-known architects of the 1930s, the building was converted and sensitively restored by Hollybrook. It remains an outstanding example of industrial Art Deco architecture.

The studio has wonderful natural lighting being dual-lit by windows on two sides and is an excellent space for photography, filming and entertaining.

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