Sunday, March 12, 2017

What is a Breather?

First off, what is a Breather? Breather is a website/app that allows you to rent spaces by the day or hour for multiple reasons, such as photoshoots, meetings, small events, etc. I first heard about the Breather app probably about 2 years ago through a friend who wanted to photograph me.

Why should you use a Breather? Well that's for you to decide. I personally think that it's a great option if you're looking to create content in different environments. Sometimes we don't always have the luxury of a well lit apartment or even a larger space to create, that's where Breather comes in. Spaces range from $30+ the hour, it's an inexpensive option that allows you to "fake it till you make it" for a lack of better words. For bloggers, photographers and models it's an ideal solution for shitty weather like these New York winters. The above images were taken in the Breather below. If you want to try Breather for yourself, us my code: SAN5JP and get a $45 credit towards your booking!

Images by Breather

Location: 55 West 19th Street

is simple. After you download the app and sign up, you have a selection of places to choose from, depending on what you'll be using the space for would determine the design you'd choose. You can select the date/time slot you'd like and when you arrive you'll receive a building code/door code to access the space. So far I've booked a few, but these were my favorites. The lighting from the large windows and the interior were clutch for photographing for the blog and Instagram.

Images by Breather

Location: 295 Madison Avenue

Code: SAN5JP


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