Mike McGee enjoys working with a variety of seamless paper backgrounds for his studio portraiture, ranging from Pure White to Black.
Though with the correct lighting, you’re actually able to maximize the colors you have, using only a single roll.
Stop using seamless backdrops! Just kidding, sort of. Use them. Use all the colors in the rainbow and more if you want to. But, and it’s a big but, don’t use colored background paper without a plan or vision.
Savage Seamless Paper is available in 68 beautiful and diverse styles! See what colorful paper backdrops can bring to your portraits with a simple, clean tone, or a bold and fierce effect. See Full Photo Gallery >>
Choosing the appropriate size of seamless paper will take some assessment on your part. Do you tend to make head shots, or do you often photograph families – or both? Do you make a habit of shooting small products or large products? How big is your studio? Can it handle a 9-foot-wide backdrop roll? Or do you shoot in a spare bedroom where space is limited?
This month we asked YOU to share your photos featuring one of our new seamless paper colors to our Facebook page. Kari Shannon of FELS Photo & Retouch is our winner- Congrats Kari!
We excitedly launched 3 new vibrant colors to our Widetone Seamless Paper Background line at the beginning of 2016. Have YOU tried out passionate Plum, fiery Flamingo or lively Lemonade? We want to see your photos! Share them with us on our Facebook page now through Sunday, November 20th for a chance to win another free paper roll!
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.