is Hamilton's RENTAL studio!

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As a photographer, or a video producer, you probably do the majority of your work on location.  Maybe you’re working at it part time, or you’re an avid amateur.  You can’t justify a permanent studio, but there are times you would use a studio if you could.

HamiltonStudio.ca is YOUR studio to use by the day, or by the half day, when you need one.  

HamiltonStudio.ca can be found tucked in front of railroad tracks across from historical Gage Park in Hamilton, Ontario.  It’s LOADED with character, and has everything you need.  Located in a former factory with lofty ceilings, brick walls, original windows, and spacious wooden floors - Interior or exterior shooting - its the perfect backdrop!

Interior/ Exterior
Seamless paper backgrounds, muslin backdrops including black, painted scenery and “green screen”, 4’X8’ painted flats, light stands, a 30 inch step ladder for creative high angles, and a chest full of props are at your disposal.  

For your convenience and the comfort of your guests, we provide; a private change area, a makeup station equipped with high wattage lights and large mirror, a small seating area complete with fridge, microwave and coffee maker.   Additionally, powered audio speakers can be utilized in a variety of ways by connecting through your laptop or iPod.

Optional equipment is available as needed.  Use the space with your own gear, or rent our Elinchrom strobes with soft boxes and umbrellas.  If it’s video that you’re shooting, you can rent our Sony broadcast video cameras, microphones, tripods, or 4 piece Lowel video light kit. 

When you use HamiltonStudio.ca, you also have use of the common areas inside the building proper.  

This includes: a charming wooden staircase accentuated by natural light from east facing windows or the warmth of the crystal chandelier as well as the fully functioning, Vintage freight elevator.  The exterior grounds are yours to use as well.  There is a beautiful steel fire escape on the west wall, the escarpment rises up in the south, and a rail road track off set by a retaining wall is just 50 feet away.

There is some on site parking for your convenience.
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