10 Photoshoot Locations for Your Next Fashion Brand Shoot
There are a lot of things to consider when doing a fashion brand photoshoot. You need to think of your concept, the types of props you need, your models and how to highlight each fashion item in your photographs.
But aside from these, you also need to make sure you have the right location for your photoshoot. You need to find a creative venue with the right ambience, backdrops and lighting that will help you execute your fashion photography idea.
There’s no doubt that Australia has a lot of beautiful and unique locations. However, with the sheer amount of spaces available, it’s hard to choose what place will really suit your creative requirements.
If you’re struggling to look for the perfect space for your next fashion photoshoot, look no further. We’ve curated 10 creative venues from Aloca that will surely help you nail your next perfect shots.
To pull off a vintage fashion shoot, you need to have a strong focus on clothing, old-school props, proper lighting and of course, the right location. If you’re looking for the perfect place that will give your photographs a distinct character, check out Vintage Travellers Abode.
This post-war home has a laid back, vintage-inspired feel that complements a moody, cinematic aesthetic. You don’t need to bring a lot of props as they already have a vintage writer’s desk, artist easel, antique sideboards and heirloom artefacts. There are also large windows that provide more access to natural lighting.
If your photoshoot idea requires you to have a tropical vibe, Les Pavillons is the perfect creative location for you. This architecturally designed coastal home is located on the waterways at Burleigh Waters in Gold Coast.
It has a beautiful swimming pool and lots of natural features like limestone pillars and oak flooring. It also has a private beach and tropical gardens with coconut palms – perfect if you need to highlight summer-themed clothing or accessories.
Located in Brisbane, this house was originally restored and beautifully furnished to suit any fashion shoot. It has white walls and neutral backdrops, making it ideal if you want the colours of your model’s clothing or accessories to pop in the images.
It also has a large outdoor yard, living room, dining area and undercover deck. Meanwhile, the stunning front entrance is ridden with lavender and rosemary bushes that will give your photographs a touch of nature.
It’s great to have a lot of options for backdrops when doing fashion shoots. Your subject needs to stand out, but you also need to make your background visually appealing.
Heart Centred Creative is known for its stylish ambience and aesthetically pleasing backgrounds. From rose nude walls to white backdrops, you have plenty of space to play with. They also have a lot of areas and furniture where you can flawlessly execute flatlay photography. This is a good technique if you want to give your products a unique and distinct visual appeal.
This Palm Springs-style home is a great fashion shoot location if you want to have a luxurious feel in your photographs. Its environment has a classic and elegant vibe, perfect for high fashion and fancy fashion editorials.
The space has a fabulous cacti garden, rock and concrete walls, and stone and timber floors. This stunning house has the perfect balance of glamour and contemporary coastal living.
Brisbane’s Sundaze House is a luxury two-story creative venue that is perfect for any kind of fashion photoshoot. This architecturally designed home has a European summer getaway vibe, complete with different facilities and furniture that you’ll love.
Whether you’re promoting different clothing items or jewellery, this is the ideal place for you. It also has an 80 square metres gym perfect for athleisure wear shots and a children’s bedroom for kid’s clothing or accessories. They also have a luxurious heated mosaic-tiled pool and tropical oasis style backdrops if you’re planning to do swimwear catalogues.
Fashion shoots don’t always have to be done in extravagant and luxurious spaces. Sometimes all you need is a simple studio that will help you create your visual masterpiece. And this location has everything you’re looking for when it comes to photoshoot studios.
The Ware Studio is an inventive and versatile location that encourages creative play. It has a showroom with white walls and two large industrial windows that will give you an ample amount of natural lighting. They also have a space called ‘The Side’ if you want to have a smaller area where you can do product-focused shoots or flatlay photography.
You don’t have to travel internationally just to have access to beautiful farmhouses for your photoshoot. This Tuscan, provincial style farmhouse in Yarra Ranges is full of charm and rustic features that will definitely give your photographs that country living mood.
The Potterage is located in a quarter acre of gardens ideal for portrait, fashion and jewellery photography. It also has a lot of furniture that is perfect for countryside or even vintage photoshoots.
This Bahamas inspired beach house is an excellent location if you want to highlight summer accessories or clothing. It has a large living space that flows out to a large courtyard with a swimming pool and spa on one level.
The aesthetics are very bright, white and airy, with tropical decorations. There’s also a separate pool house with an en-suite bathroom making the perfect change room for your models.
Don’t you love it when fashion meets photography? If you’re looking for a place that allows you to maximise the beauty of nature as your natural background, then the Farmhouse is the suitable space for you.
Farmhouse, also known as House of Avongale, is a farmhouse nestled in the hills of Bilambil Northern. It has a huge backyard with lots of plants and a claw foot bath in the backyard, overlooking the beautiful valley. The space has a lot of elements with contrasting colours and textures that will make your clothing stand out.
We hope you find these listings helpful in narrowing down your choices for your next fashion brand photoshoot. If you want to discover more spaces that will help you nail your next perfect shots, simply click here.