Clients most often request photography services around special events in their lives. New family members, birthdays, weddings, and other milestones are important to document to preserve memories, emotions and special times. Here are 5 special occasions Savage's new line of Printed Background Paper can come in handy.
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.
Paper backdrops are the best backdrops! Okay, we may be a little biased, but they do have some undeniably great advantages. While paper backgrounds are a popular tool for studio photographers beginner to expert, we wanted to offer some basic tips for new users to help make sure you have the best experience with Savage Paper.
I recently received the Whitewash Printed Background Paper from Savage Universal. I typically shoot using large 10 foot backdrops and paper rolls so I was curious to see what it would be like to work with a 53” roll. I was also eager to see how realistic the paper would appear when photographed.
This photo gallery was shot by Hernan Rodriguez and features our Aqua Polka Dot Printed Background Paper. If you need a little pick-me-up for your next photo shoot, one youthful pattern we love is polka dots! Bright dots fill the frame with a unique and eye-catching style you don't often see in studio portraits. In fun shades like blue and pink, polka dots are a playful and easy way to spruce up a photo! This classic print can be incorporated with babies, kids, teens or pets! See Full Gallery>>
Creamy neutrals, sparkling bokeh and classic florals are all dreamy background patterns that can enhance a romantic theme in your portraits. This photo gallery was shot by photographer Ryan Walsh, and features our Romantic Script, Ivory Glow, Gray Floral and Celebration Lights Printed Backgrounds. See Full Gallery>>