New Studio Tour!

At long last, we invite you to come check out our new studio space! Click the video above, and enjoy!

Any questions? Pop ’em in the comments and we’ll do our best to answer!

Lauren Lim

Hey friend, I’m Lauren! I’m a photography ninja here at Photography Concentrate. I’m downright obsessed with photography, and love sharing it with super cool folks like yourself. When I’m not shooting, or writing, you can find me cooking (and eating!), traveling, and hanging out with wonderful people.

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  1. Great walk-through. Thanks for sharing.

  2. Thank you for sharing! Hope you enjoy your new studio.

  3. Loved the tour. Very well thought out room, which reflects the care you put into every aspect of your business. But you didn’t mention the “elephant in the room” — the tall wooden thing next to the equipment shelving. I assume that is a rower of some type. Do both of you use it? Do you use it in the studio? Or is it just stored there temporarily?

    • Lauren Lim says:

      Haha, excellent point Colin! I should have mentioned it, since it ususally gets a “What is THAT?” reaction! Yep, that’s a Water Rower. Rob uses it in the office (he previously used it in the unfinished basement so this is a huge improvement). The theory is that one day I will use it too ;)

  4. John O'Hanlon says:

    Very nice office

  5. Love it guys! I especially love the colours and the exposed ceiling!! Great job!

  6. Thank you so much for sharing, everything looks amazing! I love that you didn’t change the ceiling, I think it gives the room a fun city feel to it. Thanks as always for the awesome info!

    • Lauren Lim says:

      Thanks so much, Samantha! We love the ceiling too, always fun to try out a crazy idea and have it work out!! :D

  7. LOVE THE TOUR :)

  8. Eldon Sebelius says:

    Hi, thanks for the tour of your studio. I was wondering what type of monitors you and use for viewing and editing your photos.

  9. Stephanie says:

    Thank you so very much for sharing your lives with us. Your new space is Fantastic. I am already astonished with what you both do – and now this. I hope that it far exceeds your dreams. God bless you 3.

  10. Very nice. Thanks for sharing. We also have a ‘home-studio’ and when our kids moved out, made a bedroom into a studio, but always looking at other ideas, so this was very enlightening. Curious as to the size of the room.

  11. I think you’re a little short on Star Wars collectibles. Time to up your game.

  12. Great tour. Love your hair Lauren!

  13. John McCubbin says:

    Thanks for sharing this, Lauren, and congrats on the new space – it looks real slick! Hope you and Rob keep up the good work and never forget how much you’re appreciated! {;-)

  14. Good tour! I had an idea of Ikea hacking a photography gear storage area into a closet using shelving similar to what I have seen. I think I’ll do something similar to what you have done. Love the pastel colours as well.

    • Lauren Lim says:

      Glad to have helped a bit, Damon! The gear storage is definitely tricky, we’re hoping we’ll figure out a great solution in the end! For now it’s a good start!

  15. Alex Carbone says:

    Great tour! Thanks for sharing! It gave me some ideas to apply to my future studio as well! I hope you guys enjoy it to the max and take the best out of it, as usual! Congrats on your workplace!!! :D

  16. Very Awesome!

  17. It looks wonderful!! Love the colours, all of your little antique cameras…. how cool is it that your mom has an antique store?? Jealous! You did a great job and I’m sure you will create many more amazing things there!

  18. Lovely studio space! I also love the tasteful display of your vintage camera collection. Looks great! :)

  19. What’s your humidity reading in your basement summertime? Watch out for humidity problem in there. Your paper-based materials, both raw and finished (printed pictures) will absorb humidity, long term, from the environs in your basement if it is not controlled. A dehumidifier will help but your utility bills will go sky-high summertime. You’ll find this machine kicking-in most of the time. Disposal of the collected water will be frequent if you don’t hook-up the collector to a permanent floor drain. I have some suggestions for you if you find this condition really a problem.

  20. Nice studio tour, Very impressive. Tanks for sharing

  21. Thanks a lot for sharing your video. Its really amazing studio!!! Really you did a great job I Hope you create many more amazing videos there in future.

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