Be Your Own Photographer at These 12 Self-Shoot Studios in the PH

No more awkward moments in front of the camera!
by | February 16, 2023

Here’s how you can take your selfie game to the next level: be like one of your fave K-idols and head to a self-shoot studio where you’re totally in control. No awkward interactions with a photographer who will ask you to do poses; it’s just you in a professional setting and no one will be watching. Whether you’re going solo or visiting with the barkada to recreate old school group photos, here’s a list of self-shoot studios in the Philippines:


Atomm Studios

Location: Unit 201-A, Lot 6 Blk 7, Batasan-San Mateo Road, Batasan Hills, Quezon City

When you think of a self-photo studio in the Philippines, you think of Atomm Studios. After all, they’re the first to bring this trend to the country and even celebs can vouch for them. Since their opening in 2021, they’ve opened two branches in the metro: their OG branch in Quezon City and a newer branch in Alabang for the southies. Their packages start at P1,250 (ATOMM7) – a 7-minute photoshoot for up to four people.

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20 Something Studios

Location: 411 N.S. AMoranto, Quezon City

Whether you’re going solo or with your family, 20 Something Studios in QC’s got you. Their packages start at P500 (hue and I). This package includes a 20-minute shoot, a 10-minute photo selection, a background of your choice, one 5R printout, and five digital copies.

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UFOTO Self-Portrait Studio

Location: MV Villar Ave, South 1, Camella Springville, Bacoor, Cavite

If you plan on taking photos on the fly, UFOTO will give you quality AF shots in just 30 minutes. You’ll have 15 minutes to take unlimited photos and another 15 minutes to pick out the best ones. This package is only P500 for one person and also includes two 4R prints.

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A Studios

Location: 395 Adela Street, San Miguel, Manila

A Studios is the first self-photo studio in Manila City, and they’ve recently opened another studio in Caloocan. If you want to take photos with your furbabies, you can bring them too and have an adorable shoot! Their prices start at P500 for one to two people, and you’ll also enjoy unlimited background change (if you’re that indecisive).

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Klick! Self-Shoot Studio

Location: 1 Carmine cor. Sapphire St. SSS Village, Marikina 1811

Here’s to Marikina residents – you don’t have to drive far to find a self-photo studio. Klick!’s package rates start at P650 for two, which includes a 20-minute shoot and 10 minutes of photo selection and printing. For the prints, you’ll get one solo/gridded photo, two strip photos, and two mini photos. Digital edited copies of your photos will also be sent to you. Find more about their packages here.

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Stills Studio

Location: 163 Legazpi St., Makati City

If you’re going cafe hopping in Makati, make sure to drop by Still Studio in Legazpi. They’re known for their gray background and a special black frame print that looks like an old film photo. You can also have your photos processed and printed in just black and white, which looks chic AF. Packages at Still Studio start at P600.

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Palacios Studio

Location: Batangas City

If you’re from Batangas, there’s no need to go to the metro to hop on the self-photo train. Palacios Studio is nestled right in the heart of Batangas City, with standard rates starting at P600. Need a rush ID for work, school, or government requirements? They also offer that service for P300, which includes the usual 1×1, 2×2, and passport-sized photos.

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Annyeong Studio

Location: 2nd Floor, Astral Hub Fuel Station, Ayala Highway, Lipa City, Batangas

Feel like a ~legit~ K-idol when you visit Annyeong Studio in Lipa. They’ve recently added a new print option, Annyeong Mini, which looks like a photo card of a K-pop artist. Place it inside your phone case or trade it with friends – it’s just an additional P70 for four prints. The basic Jeju Package is P750 and includes one backdrop, postcard prints, and a photo strip print.

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Cafe B.O.M

Location: Lot 18-1B, E. Jacinto St., Clark, Pampanga


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Going cafe hopping in Pampanga? Don’t forget to add Cafe B.O.M to your list of cafes to visit as they offer something fun when you buy coffee – you’ll also get to strike poses in their in-house studio. Regardless of what you order, you’ll get a complimentary photoshoot!

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Madison Studios

Location: 2F Vega Arcade Lopez Avenue, Los Baños, Laguna

Los Baños’ first self-shoot studio is finally open. At Madison Studios, you have the options to go Solo (P599), Duo (P999), or visit with a Group (P1,499). They also offer add-ons such as an additional backdrop, postcard, polaroid, and film strip prints, and additional fees for extra pax or pets.

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The Wabi Studios

Location: Antipolo Arcade 21 Sumulog Highway, Antipolo, Rizal

Embracing the Japanese wabi-sabi concept, Antipolo-based The Wabi Studios lets you have fun in front of the camera without judgment. Packages start at P750 for one to two persons, and they’re pet-friendly too!

When booking, don’t forget to pay the P500 partial payment to secure your slot.

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5PM Studios

Location: 2F, Unit 1-2, The Greenery, Pope John Paul II Avenue, Mabolo, Cebu City

Make your trip to the Queen City of the South more memorable and visit 5PM Studios with your travel buddies. The minimalist studio offers various backdrop colors – from eye-candy neutral tones to vibrant ones. Their interiors are picture-worthy too, so warm up those poses and take photos while waiting for your turn. Package rates start at P800 for a 15-minute shoot.

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When she’s not writing, Ina’s busy curating playlists that will save her when words don’t work, reading, annoying her cat, or thinking of her next meal.

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