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Oct 27, 2006 16:02 |  #1

I was wondering where I could find some studio space to use. I'm interested in shooting a car, or multiple cars... so I need something I can drive into.

I'm in the SoCal area... where do I start? Any ideas?

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Oct 27, 2006 20:33 |  #2

"I'm interested in shooting a car, or multiple cars... " That's going to be expensive. Even our biggest studio would only hold about 3 comfortably. Try calling an ad agency & asking who shoots cars there?
Is there a reason why they have to be in a studio?


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Oct 29, 2006 14:01 |  #3

You need an aircraft hangar


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Oct 29, 2006 18:21 |  #4

You need an aircraft hangar

I wouldn't expect a hanger to have the flats he'll needexternal link, we don't know the final use, or what resources he has.
If all else fails, try this: A few Car Lighting Tips


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Nov 01, 2006 15:11 |  #5

Sorry I was unclear. I don't mean multiple cars at a time. Aren't there spaces where I can pull a car in and they already have lighting available?


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Nov 01, 2006 19:02 |  #6

Aren't there spaces where I can pull a car in and they already have lighting available?

Try calling an ad agency & asking who shoots cars there?, or else just call everyone in the phone book yellow pages?
Again, Is there a reason why they have to be in a studio?


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Nov 02, 2006 14:42 |  #7

There's no reason other than personal gratification actually. If it costs too much, I probably won't do it. However it would be pretty bad-ass to have studio shots of my own car.


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