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Albion Vietnam Completes New Studio Facility

December 3, 2021

Albion Vietnam, established in 2008, has completed work on a spacious, modern commercial photography studio in Thu Duc District, 35 minutes north of and convenient to central Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam. The new 28,000 sq. ft. facility includes 15 newly designed room sets, two sweeps, office, warehouse, prop storage and a construction/paint department. Managed by Rainny Luong the staff of 30 includes photographers, interiors designers, videographers, image processors and retouchers as well as carpentry, paint and warehouse talent. Upgrades to lighting, cameras, computers, software and the prop department are included. Services provided include studio and location/factory photography, videos, 360 capture, complete post image processing, Photoshop editing/merging and retouching. CGI imaging is planned for 2022. The High Point based parent company Albion Associates supports the Vietnam operation with video editing, complete CGI services as well as studio set design.

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