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San Francisco photo studio rental recommendations?
Robert Hanashiro, Photographer
Los Angeles | CA | | Posted: 2:04 PM on 06.01.12
->> I am looking for recommendations for a photo studio to do some portrait work next month in San Francisco.

It does not have to be a exceptionally large space; something simple would be fine.

Shooting full length portraits with a lot of lights on white seamless.

If you have any recommendations, love to hear them!

Thanks!
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Andrew Villa, Photographer, Assistant
Campbell | CA | United States | Posted: 7:53 PM on 06.05.12
->> Robert,
I've heard great things of Left Space in SF, though I haven't shot there. The last time I had a portrait shoot up there, we rented a room in a hotel and shot there.

Otherwise give Bear Imaging a call in Palo Alto tomorrow or Pro Camera in SF, they should be able to give you the good word on where to rent some space at a good price.
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Michael Chen, Assistant, Photographer
Saratoga | CA | USA | Posted: 8:24 PM on 06.05.12
->> Bert,

Like Andrew said, definitely call Bear Images in Palo Alto: 650-321-2327

They've helped me out plenty of times over the years, and should be able to point you in the right direction.
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Stephen Lam, Photographer, Assistant
San Francisco | CA | USA | Posted: 11:30 PM on 06.05.12
->> Hey Bert,


Sintak Studio in the Mission district is a pretty sweet spot... Very laid back atmosphere. Marty and Angela are great too! There's also a Calumet for additional equipment rental and JCX expendable for grip/seamless stuff nearby.

Blue Sky Studio and Rayko are pretty popular too.
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Brad Mangin, Photographer
Pleasanton | CA | USA | Posted: 12:38 AM on 06.06.12
->> I have been to Left Space several times with Mantoani for photo shoots for his big Polaroid project. That is where the San Francisco 20 x 24 camera lives. GREAT place.
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Shirley Pefley, Photographer
Los Altos | CA | USA | Posted: 2:01 AM on 06.06.12
->> Bert,
I've been to Rayko and they have a space that sounds like exactly what you are looking for. Check it out.
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