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Go from Grunge to Classic with Just One Backdrop

Offer headshot clients a conservative and traditional mottled color background for a staple look, and then encourage some extra flair with an urban or vintage textured style too!

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Top 5 Advantages of LED Lighting for Photographers

LED lighting for photography has become one of the most cost-effective and beneficial options available to both professional and hobby photographers. A few of the reasons to consider going with LEDs…

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5 Lighting Setups with Translum

Join Mark Wallace in the studio demonstrating various applications for our popular semi-translucent plastic Translum background, like shaping light, beautiful diffusion, product & tabletop photography and silhouettes.

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10 Tips to Remember When Working with Paper Backdrops

Paper backdrops are the best backdrops! Okay, we may be a little biased, but they do have some undeniably great advantages. Seamless and printed paper rolls are versatile for most any shooting space, offer almost endless color and design options, and are among the most cost-effective studio backdrop options available.

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HeARTs Speak: Creating a World Where No Animal Goes Unseen

We are excited to announce that Savage Universal is now partnering with HeARTs Speak to offer support to animal shelter organizations nationwide!

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Editing Pet Portraits: A Step By Step Guide

Editing Pet Portraits: A Step By Step Guide

When photographing pets, I edit the animals as minimally as possible because I want to ensure that the dogs look as realistic as possible, especially if they are still in search of their “furever” home (from my adoption sessions).

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The History of Muslin

The History of Muslin

Muslin is much more than just a lightweight backdrop or lighting tool, it is a fabric that dates back as early as the 3rd century CE with a vast history and a variety of uses. The origin of the word “Muslin” is ambiguous and often debated. 

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