Studio 20 Photo Lab Newsletter #1
August was an exciting month to be open. We saw clients from nearly all continents. Some of our cameras travelled back home with them. See you in Hong Kong Pentax ME 🙂
This is the first Studio 20 Photo Lab newsletter. We plan to create content on a monthly basis letting you know what went on and what to expect. If you want in, you can subscribe below, if you want out, there is an option for that too.
It’s no news that films are hard to come by and we are leaving no stone unturned to keep our stock full and fresh. Studio 20 is now an official reseller of CineStill Film – based on motion picture films they give a cinematographic look to your photos. CineStill films available at Studio 20: 50 (daylight), 800 ASA (tungsten) and black and white The Double X (250 ASA). Scroll down to see an example.
Exciting update from the exhibition world – end of September, photographer Jean-Luc Feixa will exhibit his poetic journey in the French countryside – shot with Hasselblad 500 and Kodak Tri-x. Studio 20 did the prints, retouch and framing – expect more info on our Instagram.
And back to our cosy shop – on our shelves, you will find some new arrivals – Pentax P30N, Canon A1, Canon AE1, Minolta 7xi and 9xi, flashes, Instax cameras, hot shoe accessories – bunny and chicken, disposable and reusable cameras. We understand that before you make a decision to buy a camera it is good to try it out, see how it sits in the hand – and since we get that, our customers have the opportunity for a ‘try out’ session. Rules are simple – come over, pick a camera, try it out, purchase or return at no extra charge.
Every month, Studio 20 will pick our favourite picture made by customers and promote it as ‘Photo of the month’ (after customer’s consent bien sûr). In August its ‘Lavender Girl’ by Bayan Daou, shot with CineStill 400D film. Congrats!
To keep it crisp, last two pieces of info: –> Studio 20 recommends 50.8 Studio – cool place where you can rent a photo studio and equipment; –> and we want to promote our customer’s new Portuguese resto PURO in the Schuman area – we’ll keep you posted on the grand opening.
See you again next month with fun facts about Lomography, use of filters and wireless flashes and a new Photo of the month.