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Location Filming & Commercial Photography in NEBRASKA

Hello and welcome!

This site is about on-location film production and large-scale commercial photography in Nebraska. We are interested in collaborating with you. Screen Shot 2017-09-18 at 10.59.08 AMThere are MANY different locations available throughout the State. Many you might assume – but plenty of surprises exist too.Screen Shot 2017-09-18 at 10.59.29 AMScreen Shot 2016-07-26 at 2.00.22 PMLocation scouting on any given project is unique.  Elements considered include: vision, budget, logistics (travel, schedule, etc.) *  Check the CATEGORIES list.  Try the Search. Happy to help with answers.

If your project is green-lit and fast-tracked—reach out ASAP for fast answers NebraskaLocation@gmail.com

WELCOME and thank you for visiting.

* Information dispensed here is about budgeted on-location production and processes inherent to professional filmmaking and commercial photography. These processes encourage industry standards such as permission to shoot on private property, location fees, insurance, safety, legal and proper logistics. 

The site is curated by Jamie Vesay, experienced Locations Scout/Manager and often Creative Producer. He has been an industry professional for 20+ years.

 

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City Limit Sign & others

This sign does not exist.  And no, it isn’t PS either (although that was discussed).

The creative called for a vehicle to drive past the city limit sign entering Omaha.  Now there are actual signs similar to this but they are far from downtown and you can not see the skyline.  So, why not have one made and plant it where we want it?   So, I asked the city sign department about making one and they said, “Sure.”  I was a bit surprised how easy it was to do this (for a nominal fee).

The road is Abbott Drive coming into Omaha.   A great view that is now partially obscured by the new baseball stadium.  Sorry, they did not check with me prior.

To get the shot, we needed to stand in the street with the camera.  The safe thing to do was a lane closure.  Enter the Omaha Police.  They sent out three cars and two motorcycles for some Intermittent Traffic Control.  OPD rocks!   They love helping a film crew and want to do more work like this.  So call them.

And art departments that need local traffic signage.  Call the Omaha sign shop.

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