There are few places in the country where you can go boating on the water in the morning and skiing on snow-capped mountains by mid-afternoon. Incredible locations are just one reason why filmmakers love Washington State. Do you own an incredible location that you would like to see in a movie or television series? Then we encourage you to submit your location for our online location database.
The first step in the process is taking great photos of your location. These aren’t your average beauty shots. Directors and producers want to see the nitty-gritty of everything your property has to offer. Never taken a location photo before?
Take a minute and read our Tips and Tricks Cheat Sheet
Looking for inspiration? Take a look at this Craftsman Homestead. from our online location database for you to use as a guide.
When submitting photos, they must be in a JPEG. General resolution and sizing standards are below:
At Washington Filmworks, we need permission from the person who owns the photo before we can use it. If you took the photo or clip, you probably own it. If you didn’t take it, you should verify with the person who took the photo or clip that you have their permission to let us use it. By sending us a photo or clip for us to use for any reason, you are confirming that you are the owner and give us your permission to use it, or the owner has given you permission to let us use it.
Questions? Please email us firstname.lastname@example.org
If You Are Approached by a Production or If a Production is Interested in Filming at Your Location, Prepare Yourself With
Guidelines for Private Property Owners