Photography Location Guide: BAC Studio, North Lakes.
This is the seventh post in a series designed to give you the low-down on a few of my favourite locations to shoot, from the sand to the studio and in between. Previously, I posted about Lake Eden (you can find the link to that blog post here), North Lakes Woodlands (you can find the link to that blog post here), Brisbane City Botanic Gardens (you can find the link to that one here!), Crest Park at Bribie Island (that link is here), and Shorncliffe (link), and Suttons Beach at Redcliffe (link), but today I want to talk about sessions in the studio.
Location: BAC Studio, North Lakes.
The great thing about shooting in the studio is that it’s available any time of day, in any weather. Parking is available on the street and amenities are inside, and disabled access can be arranged upon consultation.
Whilst the studio is fantastic, you do have to compromise a little on space. We can accommodate up to five people in the studio at any given time – so probably not the best choice for the extended family session. We do have a simple selection of backdrops and props available, but keep in mind that your studio shots will be slightly less candid than anything shot on location.
When considering the studio for your session, it’s also good to keep your family’s needs in mind, especially if you’re bringing the kids along. Being an anytime location, it’s much easier to schedule around things like nap-time and the dreaded Witching Hour. Those of you with babies will understand what that means!
That being said, if you’re after some beautifully lit, loosely posed portraits, our studio might just be the location you’re looking for.
If the BAC studio sounds like the spot for your next session, you can contact BAC Photography via email at email@example.com We look forward to hearing from you!