The VSCO Studio has launched in Oakland, California, offering aspiring photographers a free and professional space to hone their talents.
Both seasoned and amateur photographers can use this space as long as their project is a non-commercial shoot. Opened with the intention of making the visual art form more accessible to all, this studio comes equipped with numerous backdrops and professional light equipment - all users need to bring is their own cameras.
The VSCO studio hopes to provide a space for aspiring photographers to practice and to legitimize their work, as studios are often too expensive for students or low income people. Space can be rented in four-hour blocks although registration is currently closed due to the high volume of interest.
Image credit: VSCO
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