SFA Enters Berlin Scene with “Women in Photography” Event

Space for Arts’ co-founders culminated a 4-day visit to Berlin by hosting Karen Frank & Allyson Torrisi for a discussion of their work and “Women in Photography” for an invited group of studio owners, photographers and creatives.

Allyson, Deputy Director of Photography for People Magazine formerly of Popular Mechanics, described her creative process and the planning of the photography used in Popular Mechanics illustrating articles on topics as diverse as the iPhone, shale fracking and nuclear power plants.

Karen Frank, Director of Photography of ESPN Magazine presented iconic images from ESPN’s much heralded “Body Issue.”  Karen described the inspiration, process and sensitivity needed to capture powerful images of elite athletes while nude.

During the post presentation Q&A the discussion ranged from specific issues surrounding the planning and execution of some the […]

By | October 18th, 2018|Inspirational Spaces, News|0 Comments

Guest Post: Tips for an Independently Produced Photoshoot

Courtesy of the Art of Freelance. Original article published here.

Putting together a photo shoot for the first time? Or are you looking for new and improved ways to refine your process? Our tips below will set you up for success and provide insight about how to execute a photoshoot you’re proud of.

Have a vision

It all starts here. Your job as an artist is to find a way to translate your ideas, experience, passion, curiosity into imagery that inspires your audience. 

Start with the end in mind. Imagine you have successfully completed this photoshoot. Ask yourself these questions:

  • Who would you ideally like to see these photos (“everyone” is a bad answer. Get specific.)
  • How do you want your audience to feel after they’ve seen these photos?
  • Is there any action you hope people will take after they see them?

You need to have a vision that you’re […]

By | July 24th, 2018|Hyperfocus, News|0 Comments

7 New York Photo Studios with Tons of Character

Iconic images aren’t always shot on a pristine white cyc background. If you are looking for a unique texture or environment you’re often forced to shoot at a drafty location or need to plan to shoot outdoors. Here are seven Space For Arts vetted studios from $500 to $3500 a day that offer tons of character, unique settings and dynamic backgrounds for any price point—all with the amenities of a photo studio rental.

1. Brooklyn photo Studio and Prop House

Brooklyn photo studio and prop house

This 4,000 square foot, ground-floor studio space is unlike any other we know! With a 26′ x 26′ white cyclorama, several “ready to go” location backdrops, 14 foot high ceiling and thousands of props, the creative possibilities for your production are limitless. Note, they are one studio space, and do not host multiple productions […]

By | January 25th, 2017|Photo Studios|1 Comment