Photographers Nati and Eddie want clients to feel as comfortable as possible, so instead of hunting for an old warehouse, the ladies put their studio in a Spanish-style duplex. They named it The Little Room Studio—a place that feels more like a friend's place than a commercial photography space.
Despite its modest size, it packs plenty of gear to reveal subjects at their most photogenic, from colored backdrops to gel lighting to mirrors that reaffirm subjects are indeed the fairest of them all. This equipment transforms the space for each boudoir, pinup, and fashion shoot, allowing Nati and Eddie to stage all kinds of shots, from playful to edgy.
The photographers extend their expertise in composition to graphic design, developing materials such as business logos, postcards, and business cards. They also pair with a team of sound engineers, who offer audio services in an adjacent recording studio.