If You’ve Ever Wanted to See a 13,000 sq. ft Studio, Then it’s Time to Take a Peek Inside This Historical Stone Church That was Converted Into an All-Inclusive Photography Studio!

In 1990, Ham purchased a stone church in Topeka, Kansas that was built in 1871. “We completely gutted and remodeled it, and then, in 2005, we added a second 40x80 building. So the total space adds up to 13,000sq. ft.,” says Ham. With the massive square footage of his studio space, clients are able to choose from studio rooms that vary in size and theme. Some of the rooms are even able to let in about a quarter of window light. The other spaces have buildable sets and a few of them have 15-20ft. tall ceilings! Ham’s favorite set is the Caribbean Village.

On top of helping clients choose the best spaces for their photos, Ham loves to incorporate props during the session to bring the images to life. “We have tons of vintage props. When one of our clients thought it would be cool if I had old baseball props for a photo of his baby boys, we had antique gloves, bats, etc., put dirt on the floor, set up bases and built a wood fence. The client went crazy!” Even after your session, you most likely wouldn’t have seen all of the rooms within the studio. “We have a large computer room to keep staff happy and not cramped in a small space. Along with a framing room, office, 4 bathrooms and an outside space with the antique truck we use as a prop.”

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