Gray backgrounds are classic and timeless. Great for both formal or casual looks, they allow your subject to be the focus of attention in the image. And gray is just gray, right? Well… not exactly.
This photo gallery features our Storm Gray Seamless Paper shot by photographer Ryan Walsh. This rich and dark gray is a standard choice for an array of professional portrait subjects and styles, and looks fantastic with a bold vignette.
This gallery was shot by Ryan Walsh featuring our TV Gray Seamless Paper Background. Professional portraits and senior pictures convey excellent intensity using this shade of gray!
When I first started photographing portraits in studio I knew that I had to have a gray backdrop, but I often wondered which one was the “right” one to choose. In this article I’ll help you decide which shade of gray would be best for your particular application!
Do you absolutely need to use a green screen? Absolutely not! If you don’t have a chromakey setup, no green screen, or blue one for that matter, there are ways of working with what you already have. Black, gray, and even white seamless backdrops are a popular alternative to green screens for digital still photography.
This photo gallery was shot by photographer Ryan Walsh and features our new Gray Economy Background Kit, great for amateurs and photographers working on a budget! He says, “The new economy backdrops shoot great! The gray shoots very similar to Fashion Gray seamless which has always been one of my favorites.” See Full Gallery >>