The Heirloom Manila-
Just google it and you'll be barraged by hundreds of beautiful shots so really first impressions are raised high. You can see classy interiors that could match 60's to even cosplay themes. There's a play of gold, auburns and striking reds in most of the photos and they're nothing short of photogenic.
The gate is a striking red, with black embellishments so it's hard to miss. Customer service is awesome, but maybe too much so. As the owner was there flocking us as we took the shots, and that's a HUGE pet peeve of mine. It's all personal preference but I'd really rather no one else was watching as I did poses. This is even "Cantarella Miku" so I was pretty much covered from head to toe but I was seriously conscious of myself. The owner would talk to both of us (Model and Photographer) And it would disrupt certain aspects of the shoot. I get in-character as time progresses, and being talked to about 'old shoots' in his venue and how he got certain items is fun and all but that always brought me back to 'me' which in the end wasn't helpful to being sullen Miku
Word of caution: Remember that I am a completely unbiased individual who paid for services. And I would honestly comment on how I saw it or how happy I am of the said services. So if you are affiliated with the business, please take this as a learning curve, be it positive or negative
Good location, easily accessible and with at least one more choice for a backdrop other than the usual white/black/monochrome backgrounds. A bit larger than usual studios as their photos and website advertised some areas that piqued my interest.
It’s the same as other studios maybe even less. They had 5 lights in total, a huge reflector and 4 colours for the backdrops and a minimum rental of 3 hours.