Depending on your production needs, finding the right space can be a challenge — especially when things like location, budget, and ever-shifting client needs come into play. And because every shoot is unique, one can never have too many options in scouting out the perfect match.
Peerspace has over four thousand locations to choose from and adding new spaces daily. We’ll be sharing our coolest new spaces for BorrowLenses photographers and videographers to explore. From artist lofts to luxury homes, check out our current top ten shooting locations.
Location: Midtown, New York
Breathe life into your shoot in this bright, sunny, Chelsea loft. The spaces includes fun accents such as plants, comfy couches, and a swing, making this the perfect background for any production.
Cape Cod-Inspired Luxury Home
Location: Central LA, Los Angeles
Feel like you’re shooting in the Hamptons in this sunny and bright estate. Only a year old, the stunning 5,200 square foot home has a heated pool, jacuzzi, and high-end furniture to elevate your shoot.
Sun-Filled Interior Design Studio
Location: Oakland, California
Located in a warehouse style building, this design studio comes with poured concrete floors, a 25-foot ceiling, roll-up factory door, and a full wall of gorgeous windows.
Spacious Industrial Loft
Location: Brooklyn, New York
This industrial loft is incredibly versatile making it a dream location for creatives. If you’re looking for tons of natural light, this space comes with eight skylights and expansive windows.
Location: Financial District, San Francisco
Once home to the Ghirardelli Factory, this venue comes with exposed brick and black chalkboard walls adding character to your shoot.
Modern Home in the Hollywood Hills
Location: Studio City, Los Angeles
Walls of glass covering the entire back portion of the home offer immense natural light and unobstructed 180 degree views of the city and mountains.
Beautiful Open Space in Burbank
Location: Burbank, California
This bright, open floor plan offers 1,500 square feet of creative space. The large privacy frosted windows offer beautiful diffused light for video shoots, castings, and more.
Vintage Art Loft
Location: West Town, Chicago
For film shoots, enjoy the quiet streets in Chicago’s Ukrainian Village in this art loft. If you’re looking for a vintage feel, this is the location for you.
Open Space with Kitchen and Bar
Location: Logan Square, Chicago
This open space is great for culinary shoots, film shoots, and any project requiring loads of natural light. Get full access to the kitchenette for any cooking or food photography.
Arts District Warehouse
Location: Central Los Angeles, Los Angeles
This eclectic warehouse offers a funky background to any shoot. Plus, five percent of their proceeds go to support Justice Rising International and the work they do to build schools in war and conflict zones around the world.
If this didn’t get your creative juices flowing, explore even more production locations here. Gather ideas after checking out Inspiring Before & Afters: How 8 Creatives Transformed Empty Spaces where you can see how real shooters use space well for commercial assignments.
Header image of the Westside Industrial Event Space in Venice, CA.
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