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Artist’s home, light filled, blue-grey kitchen
  • $95/hr
  • New
  • 5.0 (43)
  • 43
  • Instant book
  • Costa Mesa, CA
Perfect for small productions and lifestyle photo shoots. Our home is light and bright designed to bring light into every room. The blue grey house exterior is gorgeous as a backdrop and has a poured cement look. A huge yard has a fire pit and garden area. The house has tons of raw wood elements and calming colors. Furniture and wall hangings can be moved to create your perfect scene as long as they are put back. Clawfoot tub in master bath can be filled with water for bathtub and water beauty shoots for an additional cleaning fee. Take a look at the gallery at just a few of the shoots done here. We are located just a few min from the beach and next to a nature preserve. Please note that any filming or large shoots over 5 people and two cars will need to get a city permit from Costa Mesa/Orange County. Permitting number to call for info (714) 754-5323
Spacious Private Gym w/ Lots of Natural Light
  • $180/hr
  • New
  • 5.0 (5)
  • 5
  • Instant book
  • Costa Mesa, CA
7,000 sq ft private training facility with multiple rooms to and lots of natural lighting. We also have exposed wood beams, 2 showers & changing rooms, 2 bathrooms, makeup room, and office space
Photo /Video 5 Wall Eggshell Cyc Studio
  • $70/hr
  • New
  • 5.0 (4)
  • 4
  • Instant book
  • Costa Mesa, CA
Our 1410 sq. ft. studio is located at Costa Mesa, Ca next to the Orange County Airport, 55 at 405 freeway, the 5 wall eggshell cyclorama measures 30' wide, 28' deep with a 12' ceiling, there no windows or skylights, there is a 10'x10' truck and 36" access door, 9-20 amp outlets. A/C and heater yes, - Wi-Fi, Bluetooth stereo receiver - Assigned Parking for 8 cars and free street parking - Make-up station, Under the counter fridge, Krupps coffee maker, sink, make-up station, 1 clothing rack,1 full length mirror, 1 shooting cart for computer,1 Restroom, 10 chairs. No lighting is included and for rental we have Canon cameras, lighting choices are strobe, hot lights or fluorescent, and grip. Studio works well for: Photo Shoots, Commercial Shoots, Music Video Shoots, Interviews, Talking Heads, Dance Shoots, Cars & Trucks, SOUND, The space is NOT 100% soundproof, meaning that some sound from outside make it through, but those sounds tend to be for a few seconds. We are located next to the Orange county Airport. **Note the cove floor is delivered walked on white, if your shoot needs the floor to be pure white, the fee to paint the floor is $100.00 and you return it walked on white.
Beautiful Large Photo Cove
  • $50/hr
  • New
  • 5.0 (0)
  • Instant book
  • Costa Mesa, CA
We are a furniture company + showroom located in Costa Mesa, CA. We built the cove to shoot our products and have recently made it available for photoshoots, headshots, and more. It is a perfect space to get pure white images in our large cove. Our 1200 square foot space includes a 24 x 19 foot cove, wifi, and lighting rentals upon request. Half of this space is used as storage for our furniture, but you will have access to the whole 1200 SF space. The cove is cleaned before each use/booking. There is a bathroom/changing room on site. There is a large roll up door to bring in large items and have natural light/air. Look forward to hosting you. We have 2 strobe lights available :$100 for the day for both. We have two Alien Bees (one B1600 and one B800) both with Paul Buff Softboxes, and with a hot-shoe wireless shutter mount.

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About Costa Mesa

A city found at the midway point between Los Angeles and San Diego, Costa Mesa is a scenic urban center that is nestled within driving distance of some of the most incredible beaches in the region. Founded in 1953, Costa Mesa’s land was originally dedicated for agricultural use.

Though its population was relatively small, the city’s residents lived within close proximity to one another, and the community enjoyed a close-knit feel. Over the years, Costa Mesa has experienced much growth and its city limits now include such amenities as shopping malls, fine arts venues, and world-class restaurants.

Costa Mesa’s original name was Harper. Since this name was very similar to nearby Harperville, it was changed to Costa Mesa in 1920. Costa Mesa literally translates to coastal tableland, an apt description of the topographical features of the region. Costa Mesa received its name from a teacher named Alice Plumer who participated in a naming contest and received $25 in prize money for her contribution.

Only one mile from the SoCal coast, Costa Mesa is ideally situated for those who enjoy spending time at the beach. Among the most popular attractions in this city are the South Coast Plaza and the Segerstrom Center for the Arts. If you’re on the hunt for the ideal Costa Mesa film shoot location, you’ll have no shortage of great options to choose from here.

Film Shoot Location Options in Costa Mesa

When it comes to Costa Mesa film shoot locations, you’re spoiled for choice here. Once you’ve selected the perfect spot, it’s time to bring in the professionals to outfit your venue with everything you’ll need so filming can begin. Whether you are in need of supply vendors, rental companies, set designers, or something completely different, you’ll find the help you need to get the job done right in Costa Mesa.

  • Audio-Visual Equipment Rentals
    If you need some AV equipment, there are plenty of great AV equipment rental companies in Costa Mesa. Whether you need speakers, microphones, and staging or cameras, video equipment, and lighting, you can find what you need for your film shoot location in Costa Mesa.

  • Security
    Making certain your valuable equipment is kept protected at your Costa Mesa film shoot location is very important. Since you can’t be on set all the time to provide oversight of your belongings, it’s a great idea to hire a top-tier security firm to offer you the protection you need.

  • Catering
    Keeping your cast and crew well-fed is a great way to keep morale at an all-time high at your film shoot location in Costa Mesa. The right catering company can provide a spread that is sure to keep energy levels primed and your staff well fuelled to deliver their next great performance. From Mexican fare to Italian, Chinese, traditional American, and even good old-fashioned fast food, you’ll have no trouble finding eats to suit you.

Film Shoot Location Companies in Costa Mesa

You’ve secured the perfect spot for your film shoot in Costa Mesa. Now you have to focus on getting all the items you need for a professional film shoot. That’s where Costa Mesa’s top professionals can be a big help to you. From supply vendors, catering companies, and rental businesses to prop stores, and set designers, Costa Mesa is one city that can offer you it all.

  • Plums Catering
    In the heart of Costa Mesa, Plums Catering has its own café as well as a renowned catering business that both hold excellent reviews and even a few awards. With over 25 years of experience, the team at Plums has a love of foods of all kinds and truly enjoys what they do. Whether you are looking for a whole spread, a soup and sandwich bar, or just appetizers and drinks, Plums Catering has you covered.

  • Orange County Visual I Solutions
    No need to pack all your expensive cameras and other AV equipment for the trip to your Costa Mesa film shoot location. Just rent some when you get there. Orange County Visual I Solutions is a top-notch rental center with everything you need from stages to video cameras and everything in between. Their team will deliver and even help set up and pickup as well.

  • Garda World
    Since you cannot be at your Costa Mesa film shoot location 24/7, why not hire a security team to protect your space as well as your valuables. After all, your equipment is expensive whether you bring your own or rent it from a local company. Garda World has more than 120,000 trained professionals who can help.

Pros and Cons of Film Shoot Locations in Costa Mesa

Costa Mesa is a charming little town with a lot to offer those who live, work, or play here. However, as with most urban centers, Costa Mesa offers its benefits and its drawbacks.


  • Reasonable cost of living
    Costa Mesa is a wonderful place in which to live, work, and play. The standard of living is quite high in Costa Mesa, and best of all, its cost of living expenses are considered to be quite reasonable.

  • Minimal crime rate
    Though California does have a high crime rate in many of its urban centers, Costa Mesa sees very little crime on a yearly basis.

  • Beautiful year-round weather
    Costa Mesa’s weather is truly sublime. The city is well renowned for its climate, enjoying the sunshine, blue skies, and pleasant temperatures almost every day.


  • Heavily congested roads
    Costa Mesa is located between two large cities, and unfortunately, is also subject to the heavily trafficked highways and streets seen in more populous centers like Los Angeles.

  • Overcrowding
    Costa Mesa’s beaches draw visitors from all across the state. The influx of tourists means that everything from the streets to the shops and restaurants can be overcrowded at times.

  • Lots of property-related crimes
    Though Costa Mesa is not known for excessive amounts of crime, property-related offenses are considerably higher here than in other urban centers in the state.

Famous Locations in Costa Mesa

  • Orange County Museum of Art
    It may not be as large as some of the art galleries in California, but the Orange County Museum of Art boasts over 4,500 pieces to appreciate during your visit. From the 1800s to the present, you can see sculptures, paintings, and photography as well as installation art, digital, and video. You can see items from Tony Cragg, Chris Burden, Julian Opie, and Charles Ray as well as many others.

  • South Coast Plaza
    This huge shopping center has more than 175 retailers and is the largest shopping mall on the West Coast and the fourth largest in the US. Besides the typical shops like Zara, Pandora, and Bath & Body Works, you will also find high-end boutiques like Chanel, Armani, and Prada. There are even a few galleries and a concert hall.

  • Huntington State Beach
    You cannot visit Costa Mesa without visiting at least one of the beaches. This state beach has over 120 acres with two miles of golden sand beach. Many of the locals come to surf, swim, and fish. But you can also have fun on dry ground with activities such as hiking, volleyball, and soaking up the sun. At night, you can roast hotdogs or marshmallows in one of the fire rings or just enjoy a bonfire.