While many photographers prefer to work with whatever natural backdrops are available when they work on location, sometimes a natural backdrop or location just isn’t practical. They may get to the site and discover it is too small, or doesn’t provide the photographer with enough control in order to get the shot he wants. In these cases it is good to have a collapsible backdrop handy in order to better control the photo shoot and get the perfect shot.
If you are a new photographer or perhaps you just want to add some new techniques to your bag of tricks—it is time to consider colored paper backdrops to your photography. Seamless paper comes in vibrant, high-energy colors as well as neutral tones and calming hues. So, if over 50 unique color options are available with BD Background Paper, how do you choose which one is right for your shoot?
High end photographers use a lot of seamless paper because there are many advantages to their use. The paper itself is a fine tooth quality designed to prevent reflection, eliminating the need to over or underexpose the backdrop in order to get a seamless look. Because it is paper, anytime a fresh backdrop is needed, setting one up is as simple as tearing off or rolling out a new sheet from the roll.
Photography backdrops are standard equipment in every professional studio. Seamless paper backgrounds are popular products for photographers due to their low price, easy setup and convenient storage. Another advantage of using paper backdrops as a studio staple is the reliability and consistency of the colors. It is available in a broad spectrum of colors, hues and shades. It is also ideal for both product and people photography. Following a few simple guidelines will keep your seamless paper clean, damage-free and ready for consistent use.