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415 656 6200
3145 Geary Blvd. #123 San Francisco CA 94118

3145 Geary Blvd #123
San Francisco
USA

4156566200

The Post Shop - Photography Production and Post Production Company located in San Francisco, CA. Our team has a combined 15 years experience in working and building relationships with an extensive array of discerning clientele. From large Fortune 500 corporations to small boutique companies, The Post Shop will take on your projects and make them thrive. First class, full service and a la carte creative content production, management and delivery are just some of the services we offer.

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Throwback Thursday | Behind the Scenes

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This year has been flying by and we finally had a moment to reorganize some things around the studio. We revisited some old projects and came across this one we collaborated on when we first started our company. Below is a behind the scenes look of a laydown project we collaborated on the the talented team of – Photographer, Matt Sartain and Stylists, Laurel Elizabeth & Alysia Andriola. Enjoy!

post production: The Post Shop | photographer: Matt Sartain | stylists: Laurel Elizabeth & Alysia Andriola

post production: The Post Shop | photographer: Matt Sartain | stylists: Laurel Elizabeth & Alysia Andriola

Paperless & Fabulous! ModCloth's New Style Book

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ModCloth's premiere issue of their digital magazine, The Style Book is out and we love it! It's clever mix of style, design and photography really engages the reader. It's playful layout is interactive – navigating the consumer to shop their website fluidly, read inspiring tips from their blog and download their app with ease. The ModStylists give fashion, beauty and design tips plus ModCloth buyers model their favorite looks.

The Bike Pretty advice is a must-read for all you SF bike commuters out there. One of our favorite spreads is The Little White Dress – with the simple variations in styling along with the muted palette with pops of color in the accessories. Our latest and greatest purchase was their Supper Hero apron – Laura picked up the Wonder Woman Apron. Go check out the paperless and fabulous magazine HERE.

Which was your favorite spread?