Whether you are a
beginner or amateur photographer, or you are simply taking photography
as a hobby, superior quality backdrops can create amazing result for
your shoots. Most photographers would use more traditional backdrops
such as paper backdrops, however, there are more and more photographers
have applied tin ceiling tiles as an creative backdrops to bring
complicated and sophisticated effects.
The most basic paper backdrop is made of seamless paper. They normally found in 53-140"
rolls in a variety of colors. The cost of this basic paper backdrop is
about $20 to $30 per roll.
They can be purchased at many local camera stores or online. Although
Paper backdrops are readily available and fairly inexpensive, they come
in most any color you can imagine.
There are many drawbacks of paper backdrop. The paper rolls are very
heavy and difficult to transport. The paper gets dirty and aged easily.
It often gets creased during the shooting process. Paper tears easily
and hard to clean. They need to be constantly replaced after use and
will bring up the cost of very projects.