What makes a good photoshoot location?
Sophie Hitchens Wednesday 10th June 2015 0 Comments
At Light Locations we receive lots and lots of properties to be listed on our books. Once we have sifted through our initial checklist of what we know will make a good shoot location, those that make the final cut are photographed, listed and let loose to the world of stylists and photographers.
Once through the starting gate, some of our properties then go on to become real location gems - the ones that everyone seems to want to book. These properties just have that special something, that ability to become the creative backdrop for a host of various products or industries.
One such location is Wray Crescent in Islington. This stunning Victorian terrace has only been with Light Locations since March this year and already its been used for shoots by Neal’s Yard, Beddeck bedlinen, Prima Magazine, M&S, Heals, Loaf, Little Green Paint Company, Mothercare, Ercol Furniture, Asda, Oliver Bonas, Homes and Gardens, John Lewis, House Beautiful ……..
Wray Crescent clearly lends itself to a multitude of styling possibilities, with having the option of shooting in a modern and period space under one roof, versatile backdrops, great flooring, heaps of natural light and some stunning and unique features and furniture.
What do you think makes Wray Crescent so appealing to so many?
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