These backdrops come in two forms — digital backdrops and traditional backdrops. But there are paper backdrops available from a variety of suppliers around the world. Joe prefers to use Savage backdrops. But some people get put off using paper, for one reason or another.
In this video, photographer Joe Edelman tells us everything we need to know about working with seamless paper backdrops. Pinterest Choosing a backdrop for use in the studio largely comes down to personal preference.
Background Size This is the biggest factor to consider before you buy.
This also helps to lock out the humidity and keep your background protected, but is much cheaper and lighter. As can storing backdrops laid down against flat surfaces. These allow you to maximise the vertical height available behind your subject.
The ft roll 46m weighs closer to 49lbs 22Kg. Not only do they help to keep the paper straight and smooth, but they prevent you from accidentally rolling out and ruining too much paper.