The Powder Rooms is a Liverpool based Photo Studio, conveniently located about 10min walk from Sandhills Station. Available 24/7 weekdays and weekends – subject to availability.

Around 1000sq ft of floor space, complete with roller shutter door to allow vehicle or motorcycle access.

Currently 3 fixed shooting areas:

  • Luxury set – velvets and deep burgundy taffeta approx 3 x 3.5m
  • Seamless paper backrolls – approx 3m wide. White, Sulphur Yellow, Crimson and Storm Grey
  • White corner set with detail – suitable for catalogue fashion style – making a change from the  usual seamless background

A variety of other fabric backgrounds in a mix of colours and designs

6x Large (8x4ft) polystyrene boards with stands, for use as reflectors/flags (painted matt black on one side)

Studio accessories include:

60x60cm, 80x80cm, 100x100cm, 80cm-Octabox, 22x90cm strip boxes, various honeycomb grids.
Silver, white and gold (80-90cm)
1 large, 1 small with grids.
Beauty dish:
70cm silver lined beauty dish with cover
Triflector (silver), boom arm, mini light stands, reflectors with 20-60° grids
Studio flash:
2x 150 w/s, 2x 600 w/s mains powered
5x speed lights with brackets to work with any of the above modifiers
Remote triggers

Manfrotto tripod and monopod with geared and ball heads
Various L series Canon lenses




About me

A Liverpool based photographer, now complete with own studio.
Also well versed in Adobe Photoshop and Adobe InDesign.

Started off shooting fashion shows and events for a local online news site, then progressed into shooting models: fashion, headshots, lingerie and boudoir.

Took some timeout and delved into the complexities of product photography: cosmetics, footwear and jewellery.

Perhaps easier to state what I don’t shoot…

Weddings or Pets …  just not my thing …

Apart from those two exceptions, I will throw myself into creating your images for yourself or your products.

If you are looking for a seriously talented Wedding Photography Service then I heartily recommend Patrick at http://www.foreverinaday.co.uk




The empty room…

Well this is being written from a bit of a retrospective view. Basically have been working on things to try and get things moving and neglected to do the blog. So am writing this using some of the images I took along the way and the problems I came across.


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