Depositphotos Opens Lightfield Studios

Posted on 5/24/2017 by Jim Pickerell | Printable Version | Comments (0)

Depositphotos has opened Lightfield Studios the biggest photography studio in Eastern Europe. With this launch, Depositphotos expands its services to include a first-class photography studio, available for rent, for creative professionals from all over the world.

Lightfield Studios is a 2500 square meter (26,900 sq. ft.) photography studio in Kyiv, Ukraine, with all the necessary gear for photo-shoots and an in-house team of casting experts, makeup artists, stylists, producers, and post-production. With 14 photo shooting zones, vast selection of decorations, and a highly professional production team at hand, photographers at Lightfield Studios can fully concentrate on the creative side of their work without the need to worry about the organizational process.

"At Lightfield Studios, we have gathered the best professionals and the most reliable equipment to ensure the best conditions for photographers," said Vadim Nekhai, CMO of Depositphotos, "Our new photography studio empowers inspired creatives to produce authentic photo and video stories of exceptional quality".

Together with the official launch of Lightfield Studios, Depositphotos unveiled the results for its creative collaboration "Reinventing Stock Photography." The company has chosen 5 talented art-photographers from different genres to re-invent the most common stock cliches: a woman with salad, a happy family, a business meeting, a party, a lady shopping and the concept of a sprout. Each of the photographers spent one day at the Lightfield Studios to provide their own take on the common stock imagery topics.

"The stock photography industry is often accused of being stereotyped," said Vadim Nekhai, "We partnered with creative professionals to prove that any 'typical' photography subject can be shown in a more imaginative way. 'Reinventing Stock Photography' resulted in completely unexpected, but amazing pictures that contribute to our mission of challenging stereotypes and bringing stock photography to a new level".

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