Adolph Gasser Photo in San Francisco Announces Studio Rental Space Available

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Adolph Gasser Photography has various rates available for photographers interested in their studio rental space.

Adolph Gasser Photography is happy to announce its rental division is offering a studio rental space in San Francisco. Adolph Gasser is a camera shop, audio/video store, photo lab, and rental house serving the Bay Area's photo needs since 1950, and has been a staple among professionals and hobbyists for sales and rental of still and video cameras, lighting, and motion picture equipment.

The pricing for studio space is half day (4 hours) for $150 or a full day (8 hours) for $250. Equipment rented during studio rental is 50 percent off. Adolph Gasser Photography also offers student rates for the studio rental as well.

Adolph Gasser's rental department also offers special walk-in deals on rental gear every Wednesday and Friday between 3pm and 5:45 p.m. Most non-reserved items are offered for 40 percent off standard rental price.

For the still life photographers, Adolph Gasser also carries a wide variety of options of new gear from shooting tables to tripods and lighting. Adolph's camera department offers expert advice on selecting the appropriate gear that fits each photographer's needs from students to hobbyists to professionals.

For more information about Adolph Gasser Photography's studio rental space availability or other photography needs, call (415) 529-4501 or visit Adolph Gasser is located at 181 Second Street at Howard in downtown San Francisco.

About the company:
Serving the San Francisco Bay Area since 1950, Adolph Gasser Photography is a San Francisco camera store, audio/video store, photo lab, and camera rental house. Adolph Gasser has been a popular store among photography professionals and hobbyists for still and video cameras, lighting, and motion picture equipment. The rental departments offers a large variety of equipment that is available for rent prior to actually purchasing it. For more information, please visit their website at

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