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Shooting on White Backgrounds

A white background is the most basic, most versatile and perhaps the most important piece of equipment a photographer can have in his/her studio setup.

Capturing Classic Senior Portrait Styles on the New White Brick/Dark Gray Collapsible Backdrop

Capturing Classic Senior Portrait Styles on the New White Brick/Dark Gray Collapsible Backdrop

This week I received Savage Universal’s all new White Brick/Dark Gray Collapsible Backdrop. I have worked with previous designs of their collapsible drops before so I was very excited to get my hands on one from their new grunge collection! These backdrops are great for setup in small spaces, they collapse down for easy travel and are perfect for any type of headshot or ¾ length images you are looking to create.

White Economy Background Kit

This photo gallery was shot by photographer Ryan Walsh and features our new White Economy Background Kit, great for amateurs and photographers working on a budget! He says, “The new economy backdrops shoot great! The white responds well in both a single light or multiple light setup – without a backlight it shoots similar to white seamless, but ideally using a backlight will help you get that true high key look without shadows.”  See Full Gallery >>

Working with White Seamless Paper: Super White vs. Pure White vs. White

Working with White Seamless Paper: Super White vs. Pure White vs. White

In this article we’ll be discussing the differences between each of the 3 Savage seamless white paper colors along with different light setups and side by side examples of each. This should help you decide how to pick the right white seamless paper for the job and how to setup your lights for different effects.