I remember during the habagat a few months ago, I had a client who cancelled her appoinment with me twice for a prenup photoshoot because she cannot find a nice indoor location for the pictorial. If only I had known Studio Namu at that time, I could have recommended it to her because this is the nicest studio I've ever been...seriously!
My November bride, Joan, had her prenup photoshoot at Studio Namu last week. She asked me to do her hair and makeup there and stay for retouch. The studio is located in an old-looking building near The Sulo Hotel. It was actually easy to find. See instructions on their Facebook page.
Studio Namu is Korean-owned. The props and displays in the studio are all imported from Korea.
There are A LOT of props in the studio which you can use for free if you rent the studio. You actually do not need to bring anything if you don't have a peg.
Inside the dressing room. There's a lot of wedding stuff here from fake flowers, hair accessories, coat, barong, umbrella.
The umbrella is too cute. It's perfect for the vintage setting.
Studio Namu has 14 settings. Each area is so useful for photographs.
I love the makeup station there!
I wish I have a talent in photography. I could have captured the beauty of the place even better. Good thing I found some shots of my client their staff took during the shoot on their Facebook page. Nice noh?
That's me in action! hehe
Hair and makeup by Kim Tan-Rodriguez, wedding makeup artist
For inquiries, message me at www.kimrodriguezmakeup.com
wow, I love the makeup station too! and the place is really cute :)
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THANK YOU! ... we hope to see you again here at CONCEPT STUDIO NAMU :)
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