Dtla Loft Film Photo Production Studio
The studio is located in a beautiful penthouse loft in Historic downtown LA.
It is 50ft x 40ft and it has a 15 foot high ceiling. Its features include classic brick walls, large windows with beautiful blue velvet curtains all around the loft providing lots of natural light. It's furnished and decorated with eclectic furniture, artworks, plants and a lot more that create a unique atmosphere and can be used as props.
The entire loft has grey polished concrete flooring.
All the ceiling lights individually change color and are dimmable. Once closed, the thick velvet curtains block almost all the day light. It's perfect for creating different moods.
The studio area is equipped with different 12 foot wide seamless paper backgrounds in white, black and chromakey green. The background holder system can be lifted all the way up to the ceiling and offer a 15 foot tall and 21 foot large grey wall that can be used as a background or projection wall.
It comes with lighting: one Apurture 120d and one Godox SL200Wii and one SL60w with c-stands.
I can offer on-site equiment rental service (Cameras, additional lights, tripod, stands, sound gear, dolly, jib, etc)
The lounge area has a Brooklyn vibe with brick walls and the urban view through the windows.
As it's an open floor plan the kitchen is exposed to the rest of the space and can be used as a set as well as a bar or a dining area to enjoy a meal break.
This kitchen is perfect for kitchen shows!
The dining area features:
. Dinning table (the orange table on the pictures)
. 2 Extra folding table upon request (3x6ft)
. total of 20 chairs in the loft
There are two elevators to get up to the loft on the 14th floor. Each of them are W76xL57xH91 inches and the door opening is 82x42.
Weekly: not available
Monthly: not available
Cleaning Fee: $40
Minimum Booking: 3 hours
Maximum Booking: 12 hours
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