Park Studios: Behind the Studio Design

Park Studios is open for business, and our working environment (read: vibe) says we care about the people who utilize our space. Kyu has gotten very good at being the face of and go-to guy around the studio, making everyone who comes through the doors feel extra special. In the spirit of sharing and collaboration, we thought it would be…

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Studio Review: Leah Eversley

This was a headshots session for the Bell Agency, a model agency for kids. I normally work on location, but this time around I wanted something different. A fellow photographer sent me a link to Park Studios, and I knew I had to book! I fell in love with all the white walls — what a photographer’s dream (insert heart…

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NAPCP’s New Creative Space

Park Studios is elated to be the site of the new offices of the National Association of Professional Child Photographers (NAPCP). This clean and light-filled space serves as an ideal area, free of clutter, to allow ideas to flow and flourish. For the past decade, Alice and Kyu Park, of Alice Park Photography, NAPCP, and now Park Studios, knew they…

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Studio Review: Linda Nichols Photography

“Park Studios Atl is everything I had hoped it to be! I found it easy to locate with a convenient walk up entry. I had several bags and items so having the entrance close was a major plus! Once inside, I was taken aback by how incredibly light and bright the studio was even on a rainy day! It had…

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Studio Review: Corey Johnson Photography

“I shot a promo for my motherhood event at Park Studios and the space could not have been more incredible. It offers everything a photographer could dream of and more! And the light….it’s just so beautiful and ideal for my style of photography. My images turned out perfectly and to say I’m a little bit excited for my event here…

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CELEBRATING 10 YEARS & PARK STUDIOS GRAND OPENING

A little over 10 years ago, Kyu and I were sipping cocktails at Tin Roof with some friends, and I casually told him that I dreaded going to work everyday as an engineer.  I had played life perfectly by the books up to that point, and I’d never been more unhappy.  He looked up at me and asked what I…

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