For the photographer looking for durability and cost-savings, vinyl backdrops are the way to go. Although vinyl backdrops can withstand the test of a busy, hi-volume studio, storing and caring for them is still needed.
While seamless paper may be the “bread and butter” of studio backdrops, photographers are no longer limited to paper. The world has opened up in any number of ways: you can choose from paper, muslin, floor drops posing as backdrops, green screens and even vinyl.
The three most important considerations with green screen photography are the size of the object you’re photographing, the location of your shoot and the choice and size of the green screen backdrop.
Over the past year, I learned to love subject separation and black never gave me the contrast I wanted in a photograph.I decided to give black another shot and setup a test fashion shoot to compare black vinyl to black seamless paper as well as hopefully reduce the anxiety and revitalize my passion for shooting on a black background.
This photo album was shot by Jacob Meyer of New Friends Photography & Design and features our White Vinyl Backdrop. Since a couple of the main advantages of our vinyl backdrops are their durability and easy cleaning, we asked Jacob to try out this vinyl background for his dog photography where he shoots tens of animals in one shoot, and let us know what he thought! Here's what he said...