Today we will all be going on a deep dive into where you can buy cameras and take photos in Palermo. Additionally we will try to cover as much as possible on a wide range of related subtopics.
There probably isn’t a better way for us to kick this off than to list the best local photographers for when you need wedding pictures, graduation pictures, or want to capture memories at any special events. Once they have been discussed in detail we will move on to photo printing whether you want to print something off your phone, get a passport photo, need digital marketing materials, or whatever type of printing you might need will be discussed before we pivot to photography studios.
Taking lessons at the best photography classes in your area is a great way to “develop your skills,’ sorry but that corny joke just wrote itself. Even if there aren’t many left these days the best places to buy cameras and repair shops near you will also be discussed. Don’t be surprised if these stores also sell new lenses, cleaning supplies, covers, stands, and more equipment and accessories.
A list of places to take beautiful pictures and selfies will definitely get a shout out plus there will be some quick lists for where to buy some loosely related items like camera phones or security cameras. Many of the places we mention could theoretically go in a few of our lists but we will do our best to put the right shops in the right place and let you know when a place can handle multiple needs.
Expect to find a map for the area towards the end of the post to help you figure out where all the Palermo camera and photo places we list can be found. And you are all welcome to look through more of our posts on cities around Italy at that link if interested.
Commemorate a wedding, graduation, or other special event by hiring a great photographer near you to capture the scene:
- Photographer Sicily
- Photoshoot Palermo
- Riccardo Richiusa Fotografo
- Marco Giacalone Photo
- Paolo Balsamo Fotografo
You can get all kinds of photos printed at places like:
- Digital Photo Office at Viale Strasburgo, 211/213
- Eurofoto at Piazza Principe di Camporeale, 66
- Pixelab at Via A. De Gasperi, 54
- Punto Photo at Via Dante Alighieri, 13/a
- Digital Printing Store at Corso A. Amedeo, 204
- Digital Design di Stagno Salvatore at Corso Pietro Pisani, 36
- Visiva Digital Printing at Via Francesco Crispi, 137
You should be able to get quality local photo printing from any on that list. Whether you need color or black and white images they can probably print them on just about anything.
Every day they are printing thousands of brochures, pamphlets, books, wall graphics, posters, passport photos, digital prints, real estate advertisements, and all kinds of marketing materials so they can probably help you too. They should also be able to assist with scanning, restorations, enlargements, processing, digital repairs, and more.
If you have any unique photo printing or developing needs we recommend that you browse those links and find a place that offers exactly what you’re looking for.
Studios For Rent
Rent photography studio space at one of these spots if you have serious matters to attend to:
- Art Photo Studio di Daniele Briolotta at Corso Tukory, 155
- Studio Falzone Photography at Via Emanuele Notarbartolo, 20
- Studio Immagine Photography at Via Giuseppe Sciuti, 126
- Studio Progresso Photography at 90129, Corso Calatafimi, 826
Studio Immagine attends to your wedding with respect and care concentrating on naturalness and spontaneity in emotional moments provided by local photographers with several years of expertise.
If you know of any good places to take photography classes near you please tell us in the comments, thanks.
Camera Stores & Repair Shops In Palermo
Lucia and Alfio Spartà’s enthusiasm for photography spawned Fotoluce in 1997 where analog cameras, medium format cameras, mirrorless cameras, and disposable cameras are all available at Fotoluce at Via Giuseppe Sciuti, 194.
Best Places For Selfies
- La Cattedrale di Palermo
- Four Canti
- Santa Maria dello Spasimo
- Mondello Beach
- Palazzo Conte Federico
- Norman Palace
- Quattro Canti
- Cattedrale di Palermo
- Fontana Pretoria
Visitors to the Cattedrale di Palermo are guided through the history of the historical and artistic events that shaped the Cathedral we see today as well as a virtual tour of the architectural complex and its art treasures. It is definitely one of the top places to take pictures in your area.
You can take some more beautiful photos at The Four Canti. Santa Maria Dello Spasimo is an amazing location to take local selfies. Mondello Beach is a really nice 1.5-kilometer strip of fine white sand, shallow electric blue waves, an architectural treasure trove of Liberty Style homes, and a buzzing summer vibe.
Palazzo Conte Federico is one of the regions oldest structures having been constructed on the Punic-Roman city walls with an easy walk to the cathedral, real palace, and cafe and for photos.
Where To Buy Camera Phones
The newest cell phones have some really nice cameras these days and you can pick one up at:
- Electronics Store at Via Villagrazia, 201
- Mister Telefonino at Via de Cosmi Giovanni Agostino, 9
- Tof Mondello at Via Torre di Mondello, 8
From the highest megapixel camera phones with the latest bluetooth technology to cheaper options for those on a budget you won’t have any problem finding what you need at those stores.
You can either buy security cameras near you or get the services that go along with them at:
Some of those will be good stores to buy security cameras in your area while others will take the next step and monitor what is going on. You may also want to check out our posts on:
Enjoy Taking Photos With Your New Camera
We hope you learned a little something about cameras and photos in your area today. You read about all kinds of topics like where to buy cameras, get them repaired, photographers for hire, printing, studios, classes, places to take selfies, camera phones or security.
If you stuck around this long you probably have a good grasp on the local photography scene yourself. If so don’t be shy, tell us what we got wrong or share your own tips in the comments.
We hope you have fun buying cameras and taking photos in Palermo.