Where to Go for Look Book Shooting in Guangzhou? (Part 2)
It’ll be much more fun if you bring some props you like.

MATE MATE

 


MATE MATE leaves this “social-media-famous” impression on a lot of people, but its branch in Pa Ti is a lot different from the first store in Tianhe district (now closed), and the second one. You can grab a drink and hang in the chambers; no wonder it’s also called “MATE MATE Relaxation Center”. The bubble pool is especially relaxing with different light setting during daytime and neon design at night.


 

Other than this, the layout in this space is appealing to young people. The arcade machine on the third floor is Zaza’s favorite. It is worth mentioning that the scene setting will be replaced from time to time in order to maintain this heavy dose of novelty.

 

Bubble Space



Take the retro elevator to the second floor. Once the doors are opened, you can see Bubble Space’s most signature “Metro Station”. Walk along inside you’ll see more day to day settings. These settings are mostly presented in Western style, and you can find both the modern and retro scenes.

 


What attract me most is the “Pool Hall”, the “Office”, and the “living room” with dark green sofa, located on the first floor. The lighting is in place and the decorations are of texture. Easy for “High Fashion” and texture shootings.  

 

Rainbow

 


Rainbow provides an ideal venue for both indoor and outdoor scenes. Located on the top floor, its “streets” eliminate the random passers-by or stack-ups, providing a more convenient and shooting-friendly space. When you look into it, you’ll find the streets incorporated with Japanese style. However, the “Cola Shop” in the corner is more of an American retro design, and looks better at night with lights on.

 



The indoor area is spacious and equipped with creative furnishings and props. You’ll have your pictures shot nicely even without noticing!

 

McDonald's

 

The last place of this Look Book shooting recommendation is, a McDonald’s.



This McDonald’s, located next to Guangzhou Children’s Hospital, is more than twenty years old, and can be said a memory of our generation. It’s decoration still remains the 90s feeling. There are a lot of children, so it is cozy with a more colorful scene and warmer lighting.

 


It’ll be much more fun if you bring some props you like. Also, if you’d like your pictures clean without other people in, you’ll have to avoid meal time!



Photography:Steppy

Editor:MIAO/S

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Where to Go for Look Book Shooting in Guangzhou? (Part 2)
It’ll be much more fun if you bring some props you like.

MATE MATE

 


MATE MATE leaves this “social-media-famous” impression on a lot of people, but its branch in Pa Ti is a lot different from the first store in Tianhe district (now closed), and the second one. You can grab a drink and hang in the chambers; no wonder it’s also called “MATE MATE Relaxation Center”. The bubble pool is especially relaxing with different light setting during daytime and neon design at night.


 

Other than this, the layout in this space is appealing to young people. The arcade machine on the third floor is Zaza’s favorite. It is worth mentioning that the scene setting will be replaced from time to time in order to maintain this heavy dose of novelty.

 

Bubble Space



Take the retro elevator to the second floor. Once the doors are opened, you can see Bubble Space’s most signature “Metro Station”. Walk along inside you’ll see more day to day settings. These settings are mostly presented in Western style, and you can find both the modern and retro scenes.

 


What attract me most is the “Pool Hall”, the “Office”, and the “living room” with dark green sofa, located on the first floor. The lighting is in place and the decorations are of texture. Easy for “High Fashion” and texture shootings.  

 

Rainbow

 


Rainbow provides an ideal venue for both indoor and outdoor scenes. Located on the top floor, its “streets” eliminate the random passers-by or stack-ups, providing a more convenient and shooting-friendly space. When you look into it, you’ll find the streets incorporated with Japanese style. However, the “Cola Shop” in the corner is more of an American retro design, and looks better at night with lights on.

 



The indoor area is spacious and equipped with creative furnishings and props. You’ll have your pictures shot nicely even without noticing!

 

McDonald's

 

The last place of this Look Book shooting recommendation is, a McDonald’s.



This McDonald’s, located next to Guangzhou Children’s Hospital, is more than twenty years old, and can be said a memory of our generation. It’s decoration still remains the 90s feeling. There are a lot of children, so it is cozy with a more colorful scene and warmer lighting.

 


It’ll be much more fun if you bring some props you like. Also, if you’d like your pictures clean without other people in, you’ll have to avoid meal time!



Photography:Steppy

Editor:MIAO/S

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