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SuperHost
Professional Studio Loft w/Lighting and Backdrops
  • $29/hr
  • New
  • 4.5 (10)
  • 10
  • Instant book
  • Responds within a few hours
  • Los Angeles, CA
SuperHost
Valley Studio| Includes lights, backgrounds & more
  • $50/hr
  • New
  • 4.9 (170)
  • 170
  • Instant book
  • Responds within a few hours
  • Los Angeles, CA
SuperHost
Modern Content Creative Space
  • $65/hr
  • New
  • 5.0 (11)
  • 11
  • Instant book
  • Responds within 1 hr
  • Lithia Springs, GA
SuperHost
Day & Night Studio - Two Different Vibes in One
  • $49/hr
  • New
  • 5.0 (2)
  • 2
  • Instant book
  • Responds within 1 hr
  • Los Angeles, CA
SuperHost
Studio A Large Photography & Videography Rental
  • $150/hr
  • New
  • 5.0 (4)
  • 4
  • Instant book
  • Responds within a few hours
  • Denver, CO
SuperHost
Urban Industrial Studio w/ Cyc Wall and Multi Sets
  • $60/hr
  • New
  • 5.0 (5)
  • 5
  • Instant book
  • Responds within 1 hr
  • Charlotte, NC
SuperHost
Film Studio - Green Screen, Black 360°, White Cyc
  • $125/hr
  • New
  • 5.0 (12)
  • 12
  • Instant book
  • Responds within a few hours
  • Los Angeles, CA
SuperHost
Open Loft Studio, Big Bay Windows & Jail Cell Set
  • $65/hr
  • New
  • 5.0 (21)
  • 21
  • Instant book
  • Responds within 1 hr
  • Brooklyn, NY
SuperHost
Large Parking Lot with Support Rooms
  • $100/hr
  • New
  • 5.0 (26)
  • 26
  • Instant book
  • Responds within a few hours
  • Burbank, CA
SuperHost
Film Studio - White Cyc, Black Cyc, Green Screen
  • $125/hr
  • New
  • 5.0 (11)
  • 11
  • Instant book
  • Responds within a few hours
  • Los Angeles, CA
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What people say about Video Shoot on Giggster

EARL S.
$ 100
1 hours
15 people
9 months ago
This place was nice, clean and spacious. Looked as advertised. Safe location. Host was helpful,wonderful and always available.
James B.
$ 555
5 hours
15 people
a year ago
The space was very spacious and worked well for my shoot. Nya was very helpful in accommodating my crew through the process
Andre D.
$ 1100
11 hours
5 people
a year ago
This location was amazing! Nya is EXTREMELY incredible. This location will give you high production value for your film or photo shoot. I will ABSOLUTELY rent again and recommend.
McGregory F.
$ 888
8 hours
15 people
a year ago
I have to say this was one of the best location i've booked so far, Nya was very helpful in everything possible.

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Frequently Asked Questions

How much does an average Video Shoot location cost to rent?
Video Shoot location rates typically average $84 per hour.
What is the attendee limitation of average Video Shoot locations?
Attendee limits often vary with the size and features of a Video Shoot location, but average 55 people per booking.
What is the average hourly minimum of Video Shoot locations?
The average minimum booking time for Video Shoot locations is 2 hours.
What is the average square feet of a Video Shoot location?
There's a great range of Video Shoot locations available, with an average size of 2833 square feet.
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About Video Shoots

Video projects require meticulous planning and organization to ensure everything occurs without a hitch. Whether you're a professional or amateur filmmaker, you'll need to carefully plan many aspects during the pre-production process, including scouting for video shoot locations that match your vision for the project. Factors such as location, fees, and on-site amenities all play pivotal roles in choosing a video production studio or space that can help enhance your film shoots.

From the glamorous homes in Los Angeles to the neon-lit alleys of Las Vegas or the eclectic vibes of San Diego, these major cities are popular filming locations for many reasons, such as their scenic landscapes, generous film incentives, strong film infrastructure, and concentration of local talent and crew.

Aside from location scouting, renting out filming equipment, getting all sorts of props, and considering the current trends in video productions are also critical in making sure that your final video will draw viewers. Luckily, there are many production-related businesses in most cities—from production studios to prop rentals—that can help you complete a successful video shoot.

The Best Video Shoot Locations

Keeping a solid theme for your next production helps direct your attention to the perfect space. Whether you need a fully equipped indoor set or outdoor locations, exploring multiple potential locations can add character to your shoot and help you create a multidimensional video project.

Film and Photo Studios
Film and photo studios are classic locations for video and photo shoots. They have all the amenities you need in one location and offer affordable rates. These flexible locations allow small production teams to exercise their creativity, as virtually every aspect of the shoot can be controlled—from the lighting to the props and backdrops. With features like green screens, blackout curtains, lighting rigs, and LED walls, there's nothing that can limit what you can do with these studios. Consider renting out this amazing fully lit white cyc studio for your next photo or video shoot.

Outdoor Locations
Outdoor locations range from downtown streets to natural locations such as mountains, farms, and desert lands. Production companies often prefer outdoor locations, especially when operating larger filming equipment. It’s important to consider each area’s capacity and restrictions, as well as the benefits of natural light for your film crew and creative projects, before finalizing your decision to book an outdoor video shoot setting.

Houses and Estates
Houses have multiple rooms that can be used for different scenes and can help serve as a location for lifestyle photo shoots, documentary films, music videos, short films, or feature films. Finding a house or estate that fits the theme of your video shoot is vital as it can help you connect to the viewers better. Property owners may impose their own rules, such as a limit to the number of crew members allowed, the type of content to be filmed (e.g. no adult filming), or a mandatory cleaning fee, so it's important to ask all the questions to ensure the location meets your production requirements.

Restaurants and Cafes
As filming locations, restaurants and cafes offer a familiar and cozy atmosphere for video projects. A production company can arrange with property owners to either rent the entire establishment during the shoot or only specific areas while the restaurant continues its business, allowing for a more authentic setting. Consider this popular pink cafe in Los Angeles as your next video shoot venue.

What to Look for in a Video Shoot Spaces

Whether you’re an amateur film producer looking for a studio or a long-time veteran in the entertainment industry, it's necessary to think about certain factors before finalizing your decision on a video shoot location. Taking the time to compare locations and what they offer can make the process of filming and editing much easier.

Capacity
Knowing the scope of the video you plan to shoot can help you filter out video shoot spaces that can’t fit your crew and equipment. For larger-scale video productions that involve many people, popular video shoot locations such as warehouses and outdoor locations can ensure that everyone is not cramped up in a small and constricted space.

Safety
Video shoots are often shot with expensive, high-end filming equipment. Renting a space that can be considered secure can ease your worries about theft occurring instead of booking a location that may otherwise put your equipment and crew members at risk.

Accessibility
Accessibility can mean choosing a location that's easy for your crew to find and travel to. It can also mean that the location has many exits and access doors for your crew to move equipment in and out. While finding a hidden gem as a setting can give your video a unique character, it can also be more challenging for your crew to locate.

Amenities and Features
Choosing a location that provides you with essential features can help make the entire process of filming and editing much easier. For example, having Wi-Fi allows you to upload your video to be edited by other members of your crew who might be in another location.

Lighting
Locations that have many sources of lighting, from natural to rig lighting, can make it easier for you to shoot a high-quality video. Avoid areas with minimal or poor lighting as you might have to bring more equipment than necessary. This can make the entire video shoot more tedious.

Video Shoot Inspiration

Whether you aim to advertise products, create educational content, or make short films, choosing an appropriate site is key to making your video shoot unique. Browse through the many options available to find a location that suits your needs and preferences.

Fashion Shoot at a Mansion
Filming in a mansion can really emphasize your brand and make a statement. From Spanish Villas to Mediterranean chateaus, a mansion may just be what you need for your upcoming video shoot, photography project, or extravagant event.

Lifestyle Videos at a Gym
A gym is not just a space for working out. With their natural lighting and active environment, gyms make great studio settings for your upcoming lifestyle or fitness video. These spaces emphasize health and can be used to promote all sorts of fitness products, clothing, or activities.

Cooking Show at a Farmhouse
With a calm, pastoral atmosphere, a farmhouse can serve as an excellent location for a cozy cooking show. With their laidback atmosphere, farmhouses allow everyone on set to act more naturally, which yields better-quality videos.

Corporate Videos at Offices
Offices serve as the perfect location for shooting business ads, work scenes in film projects, and all sorts of corporate-themed videos, including training videos, executive interviews, and corporate party videos. This modular office in Culver City looks clean and modern—perfect for a presentation video.

Music Video in a Derelict Warehouse
Warehouses are usually considered high-capacity venues that are perfect for music videos. With bare interiors, they allow you to get creative with your sets. Because they offer very minimal amenities compared to fully-equipped studios, they are an affordable venue option for producers on a tight budget.