Located just a few minutes away from Plymouth city centre, Chris Conway Photography Studios are available on a casual hire basis to both amateur and professional photographers at very reasonable prices.
With easy access to the local amenities and transport links, the studio is perfectly situated for anyone travelling from outside of the area.
There are two main shooting areas in the studio, a fixed 90 degree wall which is 4 metres wide, plus a 5 metre wide infinity wall which curves up to our very high ceiling. In addition to the main studio area, there is also a large make-up / beauty room and separate office should you need them.
The studio is accessible 24/7 and bookings can generally be taken at short notice provided the space is available. All the information you should need along with some images of the studio facilities are shown below. If you have any questions, or if you would like to make a booking please feel free to contact us.
We look forward to working with you in the future.
- 70cm white beauty dish + grid
- 40cm white beauty dish + grid
- 40cm silver beauty dish + grid
- Standard reflector x5
- Wide angle reflector
- Barndoors + grid
- Snoot + grid
- Beauty / Make-up room
- Changing cubicle
- Clothing rail
- Ladies & gents toilets
- Tea & coffee making facilities
- Ironing / steaming facilities
Please note: As the studio is situated on the 1st floor, there is unfortunately no disabled access.
Chris Conway Photography
Unit 5, Grosvenor House
£15 (Min 2 hrs)
£18 (Min 2 hrs)
Half Day (4 hours)
£50 (Save £10)
£60 (Save £12)
Full Day (8 hours)
£80 (Save £40)
£99 (Save £45)
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This image shows the main shooting area in the studio, with the fixed 90 degree wall with paper rolls on the left, and the 5 metre wide infinity wall on the right
Product shot facilities, giving a perfect white background every time
The parallel boom is able to keep the light you're using at a constant angle, regardless of the height. Going as high as 3m and low enough to touch the floor
This is a great example of the HD projector in action, lighting up the full 5 metre width of the infinity wall. It was also the only light source used to create this image.