Photographers are slaves to the elements. Yet there's no predicting when you'll need that perfect setting that you've scouted in nicer weather, such as a ramshackle building with a worn concrete floor and old wood walls. Or a grassy football field for making portraits of athletes. The solution is to re-create a location in the studio using realistic floor drops.
Go into your studio. Take a look down at your feet. Now go a few inches farther down and take a good look at the floor. It’s probably dirty, and no amount of cleaning is going to make it look any better than it is now. Don't worry, there is a solution, especially if you’re going to create something beside your standard backdrop: Floor Drops.
Allow me to introduce you to our subject of the day. Meet Nigel. He is a 16-week-old fawn Great Dane puppy and has spent quite a bit of time in front of my lens lately.
Printed background designs can add versatility, elegance and fun to your studio sessions, celebrations, photo booths and more. If you’re not sure which material would suit your photo studio best, here’s a quick breakdown of our printed paper backdrops vs. our printed floor drops.
I had my All-American Pet Photo Day mini sessions this weekend with the Savage Whitewash Floor Drop. It was INCREDIBLE! The print hid the dirt and proved to be a HUGE time-saver in post-production — no cleaning up dirty floors!
Have you heard of using a faux floor mat for studio photography to replicate a unique setting such as a vintage home, grunge brick alley or industrial warehouse? Check out Savage's new line of premium quality floor drops and see how they can enhance your studio setup.