From rooftop terraces to sunlit studios, check out these hot, new shooting locations for your summer projects, important clients, unique film scenes, and more.
Looking for a unique backdrop, like a yurt or houseboat, but don’t need the space overnight? Or maybe you just need an empty photo studio that charges by the hour? Whatever your needs might be, Peerspace uncovers hidden gem locations ranging from all different price points and space types for commercial shoots, narrative filmmaking, and more.
Ranging from sunlit studios to designer lofts, find a home for your next creative project in one of these hidden gem locations. This month showcases a few new locations outside the norm, including Plainfield, Illinois and Redmond, Washington.
Soaring ceilings, exposed brick walls, rooftop terraces — no matter what you’re looking for, there’s something for everybody within every budget.
A greenhouse loft, a sun-filled studio, a warehouse and more have just been added to Peerspace’s roster of amazing shooting locations for your next assignment or personal project.
An empty space offers creatives the opportunity to bring something new to the world. Here is what happens when photographers, filmmakers, and producers have access to unique locations. Prepared to be inspired!
There are several factors to consider when choosing a location for your photo or film shoot. Figuring out where the sun will be at what time, what the potential sound disturbances might be, and if the public will be an issue (sidewalk, traffic, working restaurant, etc.) are musts. To ensure the location fits your needs, you should also schedule a site visit ahead of time and take your own photos and notes to share with your team afterward.