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Top Warehouse Photoshoot locations

SuperHost
Worn down dingy Warehouse | FilmStudioLA
  • $192/hr
  • New
  • 5.0 (6)
  • 6
  • Instant book
  • Responds within a few hours
  • Pico Rivera, CA
SuperHost
Abandoned Power Plant On The Beach
  • $400/hr
  • New
  • 5.0 (66)
  • 66
  • Instant book
  • Responds within a few hours
  • Oxnard, CA
SuperHost
Williamsburg Industrial Factory w distressed walls
  • $175/hr
  • New
  • 5.0 (3)
  • 3
  • Instant book
  • Responds within 1 hr
  • Brooklyn, NY
SuperHost
Graffiti Exotic Car warehouse
  • $500/hr
  • New
  • 5.0 (1)
  • 1
  • Instant book
  • Responds within a few hours
  • Los Angeles, CA
SuperHost
10K SqFt Warehouse Production Space & Patio
  • $150/hr
  • New
  • 5.0 (1)
  • 1
  • Instant book
  • Responds within a few hours
  • Detroit, MI
SuperHost
Warehouse Loft with 30 Ft. Ceilings
  • $125/hr
  • New
  • 5.0 (6)
  • 6
  • Instant book
  • Responds within 1 hr
  • Oakland, CA
SuperHost
Warehouse Studio w/ 2 Wall RGB Cyc + Exteriors
  • $150/hr
  • New
  • 5.0 (16)
  • 16
  • Instant book
  • Responds within 1 hr
  • Atlanta, GA
SuperHost
**The NEON Warehouse**
  • $139/hr
  • New
  • 5.0 (36)
  • 36
  • Instant book
  • Responds within 1 hr
  • Los Angeles, CA
SuperHost
Budget Warehouse with Flats and Jail/Prison Cell
  • $80/hr
  • New
  • 4.5 (17)
  • 17
  • Instant book
  • Responds within a day
  • Alhambra, CA
SuperHost
Smoked Fish Warehouse - Garage, Loading dock
  • $140/hr
  • New
  • 5.0 (5)
  • 5
  • Instant book
  • Responds within 1 hr
  • Brooklyn, NY
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What people say about Warehouse Photoshoot on Giggster

Eric F.
$ 570
6 hours
15 people
a month ago
Angela was an amazing host. This space was perfect for our needs. Would definitely shoot again.
Arindam J.
$ 760
8 hours
15 people
3 months ago
Great space and amazing experience. Angela was attentive and helpful throughout the entire process.
Giulio G.
$ 285
3 hours
15 people
5 months ago
Great owners, really flexible people , great set and amenities as well as loose props
Michael E.
$ 440
8 hours
15 people
5 months ago
Mikiko’s space was perfect for our shoot. She was an excellent host and I would highly recommend her space.

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Frequently Asked Questions

How much does an average Warehouse Photoshoot location cost to rent?
Warehouse Photoshoot location rates typically average $168 per hour.
What is the attendee limitation of average Warehouse Photoshoot locations?
Attendee limits often vary with the size and features of a Warehouse Photoshoot location, but average 152 people per booking.
What is the average hourly minimum of Warehouse Photoshoot locations?
The average minimum booking time for Warehouse Photoshoot locations is 3 hours.
What is the average square feet of a Warehouse Photoshoot location?
There's a great range of Warehouse Photoshoot locations available, with an average size of 136745 square feet.
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About Warehouse Photoshoot

A warehouse photoshoot space provides an intriguing canvas for creativity, blending industrial charm with a spacious expanse ideal for artistic exploration. The rugged aesthetic of a warehouse, featuring raw textures, expansive walls, and dynamic light play, imbues every shot with character and boldness, making it ideal for event hosts and planners.

Such a location offers versatility for various themes, whether it aims to capture high fashion drama or the gritty edge of urban life. Photographers and event guests value the unrefined backdrop that effortlessly elevates the visual narrative of their work.

In a warehouse photoshoot, there's an appreciation for the ample space that allows for grand, ambitious set designs. The unique blend of shadow and light creates an evocative mood. The rawness of the setting juxtaposed with the elegance of curated ensembles results in striking photography that tells a story as much as it showcases style.

The Best Warehouse Photoshoot Locations

Amid the clang of metal and whispers of history, the right warehouse venue morphs into a canvas for photographers seeking that perfect industrial-chic vibe. With each photoshoot set against a backdrop woven from raw textures and atmospheric depth, warehouses offer a potent blend of grit and glamour.

  • Exposed Brick Galleries
    These spaces provide an exquisite fusion of raw materials and elegance, making them an ideal setting for fashion shoots and edgy brand campaigns. Exposed brick interiors exude a rustic charm, their imperfections imbuing every shot with character and depth. Often accompanied by large windows, the natural light is a photographer's boon, supporting various themes, including vintage and contemporary. While stunning, these galleries can come with limited privacy and require additional set dressing to make the space pop.

  • Industrial Lofts
    The quintessential loft space, with its high ceilings and open floor plan, offers a dramatic stage for artistic endeavors. Often located in the city's heart, industrial lofts show off their historical legacy through original features: think aged hardwood floors and steel beams that hark back to a bygone era. They are spacious enough to accommodate elaborate set-ups and crews, and their urban location is perfect for brands wanting to connect with a hip, metropolitan audience. The downside? These highly sought-after spaces might challenge your budget and book up quickly.

  • Repurposed Factories
    Creative souls flock to these monuments of manufacturing for their scale and undeniable narrative punch. Their vastness can host grand-themed events, from chic dinners mid-shoot to dynamic dance sequences that echo off the storied walls. Photographers can play with the scale, employing props and backdrops to transform them from sterile to warm and inviting. The problem here, however, is logistical — these spaces often require significant set-up and clean-up efforts, and managing acoustics for video shoots can be tricky.

  • Modern Warehouses
    Newer warehouses designed with a nod to versatile use come equipped with more than bare bones. They might feature polished concrete floors, modular walls, and high-tech lighting systems suited to professional productions and elaborate shoots requiring high levels of control. Unlike their older cousins, these spaces are purpose-built to adapt to various concepts, from luxury car commercials to high-fashion editorials. While modern amenities are plentiful, they may lack the authentic patina that gives traditional warehouses their soulful edge.

What to Look for in Warehouse Photoshoot Locations

In the labyrinth of options for warehouse photoshoot locations, lost are those who overlook the essence of space. It's not just about the substantial square footage but the narrative. Herein lies a guide to the ideal backdrop for your warehouse photoshoot.

  • The Scale of the Space
    The vast expanse of a warehouse plays muse to the photographer's canvas. Ensure the dimensions align with the scope of your project. Spaciousness is a luxury your creativity requires, offering the freedom to position equipment optimally and capture extensive scenes without confinement.

  • Architectural Character
    Peek through the viewfinder of imagination to check the skeleton of the warehouse. High ceilings laced with industrial beams, vintage brick walls whispering tales, or perhaps sleek modern lines singing ballads of minimalism. The architectural elements are silent characters that immensely contribute to the story in each frame.

  • Ambiance and Lighting
    A play of lights and shadows can create dramatic effects, shaping the visual tone of your photoshoot. Consider the natural light that cascades through the windows, skylights, or the lack thereof, which may dictate the rhythm of your artificial lighting setup, thus impacting the mood of the final prints.

  • On-Site Amenities
    Like the chorus that supports the melody, services, and amenities within the warehouse support a smoother production. Accessing power outlets, Wi-Fi, restrooms, and a staging area for makeup and wardrobe at the site enhances productivity.

  • Warehouse Photoshoot Inspiration
    Unleash a warehouse space's raw beauty and versatility with a photoshoot that transcends the ordinary. These sprawling canvases are ready to be your next visual story, where every nook brims with potential. Capture your moment amidst these unique and eclectic backdrops.

  • Industrial Chic
    Transform a traditional warehouse setting with minimalist decor to highlight its industrial roots. Think exposed brick, high ceilings with visible pipes, and concrete floors. Add stylish metal furnishings and sparkling lights to create a moody, chic ambiance that complements high-fashion photoshoots or edgy branding content.

  • Rustic Elegance
    Dress up a corner of an unrefined warehouse with rustic elements such as reclaimed wood tables, vintage props, and ambient string lighting. Perfect for artisanal product shoots or a bridal fashion series that fuses the old-world charm with the rawness of a warehouse.

  • Greenhouse Oasis
    Imagine a section of the warehouse transformed into a lush greenhouse. Fill it with green plants and blooming flowers, creating a vibrant contrast against the stark, industrial background. Choose a dreamy setting for wellness product lines or any brand looking to juxtapose nature with manmade structures.

  • Contemporary Art Gallery
    Hang bold art pieces or large-scale photographs against the warehouse walls. Minimalist furniture and strategic spotlighting turn the space into a modern gallery, ideal for conceptual photoshoots or avant-garde fashion pieces that seek a backdrop as compelling as the designs themselves.

  • Neon Retro
    Infuse life into a warehouse space with a retro vibe using neon lights, colorful backdrops, and vintage furniture. This theme is perfect for playful, vibrant photographs that require a sense of nostalgia mixed with a dash of modern flair.