기사 본문 영역

상세페이지

Reviving Photo Studios
입력 2017.07.17 (14:17) 수정 2017.07.17 (14:22) News Today
동영상영역 시작
Reviving Photo Studios
동영상영역 끝
[Anchor Lead]

Photo studios were commonplace in every neighborhood when film cameras were still popular. However, they are becoming harder to find with the spread of smartphones. Some photo studios have been transformed with bright ideas to get customers coming back. Let's take a look.

[Pkg]

The sound of a camera shutter's release is continuously heard in a photo studio. However, a photographer is nowhere to be seen. At this studio, customers take selfies by remote control. There is nobody else except the picture taker and the camera. It is a special photo studio where selfies can be taken without the interruption of other people.

[Soundbite] Kim Yoo-jeong(Incheon Resident) : "I can take selfies with professional photo quality, which cannot be taken in everyday life."

[Soundbite] "Wait there~"

Cute pet dogs pose for photos at a charmingly decorated studio. All kinds of pet animals from dogs to cats, pigs and even hedgehogs were photographed at this pet portrait studio.

[Soundbite] Park Ah-young(Pet Owner) : "I want to record how my dog changes and give it a more special experience."

In this fast-changing digital era, a photo studio stubbornly takes only black-and-white photos that require a lot of time and handiwork. In particular, black-and-white Polaroid instant photos enjoy popularity, despite the impossibility to retake or correct them.

[Soundbite] Lee Yoon-jeong(Gyeonggi-do Prov. Resident) : "I like black-and-white photos, as they demand a longer and closer look."

After experiencing a business decline, neighborhood photo studios are reviving themselves with their emotional and nostalgic appeal to the digital generation.
  • Reviving Photo Studios
    • 입력 2017.07.17 (14:17)
    • 수정 2017.07.17 (14:22)
    News Today
Reviving Photo Studios
[Anchor Lead]

Photo studios were commonplace in every neighborhood when film cameras were still popular. However, they are becoming harder to find with the spread of smartphones. Some photo studios have been transformed with bright ideas to get customers coming back. Let's take a look.

[Pkg]

The sound of a camera shutter's release is continuously heard in a photo studio. However, a photographer is nowhere to be seen. At this studio, customers take selfies by remote control. There is nobody else except the picture taker and the camera. It is a special photo studio where selfies can be taken without the interruption of other people.

[Soundbite] Kim Yoo-jeong(Incheon Resident) : "I can take selfies with professional photo quality, which cannot be taken in everyday life."

[Soundbite] "Wait there~"

Cute pet dogs pose for photos at a charmingly decorated studio. All kinds of pet animals from dogs to cats, pigs and even hedgehogs were photographed at this pet portrait studio.

[Soundbite] Park Ah-young(Pet Owner) : "I want to record how my dog changes and give it a more special experience."

In this fast-changing digital era, a photo studio stubbornly takes only black-and-white photos that require a lot of time and handiwork. In particular, black-and-white Polaroid instant photos enjoy popularity, despite the impossibility to retake or correct them.

[Soundbite] Lee Yoon-jeong(Gyeonggi-do Prov. Resident) : "I like black-and-white photos, as they demand a longer and closer look."

After experiencing a business decline, neighborhood photo studios are reviving themselves with their emotional and nostalgic appeal to the digital generation.
News Today 전체보기
기자 정보
    댓글영역