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Posing with Plinths: Elevate Your Photography Game at Parker + Stone Studio

In the heart of Osbourne Park, Western Australia, lies a gem for photographers, videographers, and content creators alike: Parker + Stone Studio. Known for its state-of-the-art facilities and commitment to providing the best for its clientele, the studio has recently introduced a new feature that's quickly becoming a favourite: plinths.

Stylish props and settings available at studio space Perth
Photographer: Franz Bato

But what exactly is a plinth, and why is it becoming a sought-after addition to studio bookings? Let's delve into the world of plinths and discover how they can elevate your creative projects.

What is a Plinth?

three plinth ranging in size set up at Parker and Stone studio In Perth, Western Australia

At its core, a plinth is a heavy base or platform. In the world of art and photography, plinths are used to elevate subjects, be they models, products, or even abstract concepts. They come in various sizes and materials, and their primary purpose is to add depth, dimension, and a touch of sophistication to photographs and videos.

Full length photo of a model posing a plinth
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Benefits of Posing with Plinths

Versatility for Models and Subjects: Plinths can be used to create a variety of poses. Models can stand, sit, or even lie on them, offering a range of angles and perspectives that wouldn't be possible on flat ground. This versatility can be especially beneficial for branding portraits, where the aim is to capture the essence of a brand or individual in a unique way.

Perth model Sarah posing on a plinth at Parker and Stone studio Perth
Model: Sarah
Creative Agency: The Antistudio
Photographer: Jana Johnston

Product Styling Like Never Before: For those in product photography, plinths can be game-changers. They provide a clean, elevated platform, allowing products to stand out against a backdrop. Whether you're showcasing jewellery, cosmetics, or any other product, a plinth can make it the star of the show.

Model in a lifestyle photo shoot in studio sitting on a plinth
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Enhanced Depth and Dimension: One of the challenges photographers often face is adding depth to their shots. Plinths naturally create layers in a composition, giving photos a more dynamic and three-dimensional feel.

model in a relaxed pose sitting on a plinth
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A Touch of Elegance: There's something inherently sophisticated about a plinth. It's no wonder they're often found in art galleries, elevating sculptures and artworks. By incorporating them into your shoots, you're adding a touch of elegance that can elevate the overall aesthetic of your work.

Model posing on a plinth image in black and white
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Perth model posing on a plinth at Parker and Stone Studio
Model: Kadi Beyan
Creative Agency: The Antistudio
Photographer: Jana Johnston
product styling on a plinth at parker and Stone Studio Perth
Photographer: Jana Johnston

Experience the Plinth Magic at Parker + Stone

At Parker + Stone Studio, we're always looking for ways to enhance our clients' experience. With the addition of three plinths to our space, we're excited to see the myriad of ways our creative community will utilize them. Whether you're a seasoned photographer or just starting out, the possibilities are endless.

In conclusion, plinths are more than just platforms; they're tools that can transform your creative vision into reality. If you're in Osbourne Park or the surrounding areas, we invite you to book a session at Parker + Stone Studio and experience the magic of posing with plinths firsthand. Your portfolio will thank you!

Perth Model posing for Perth photographer Jana Johnston at Parker an Stone Studio Perth

Photographer: Jana Johnston

What do you think? Do you think you will add them to your next studio booking?

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