Photography backdrop: "Moody"
Our "Moody" photography backdrop makes the perfect photo background for product and food photography!
• Photo Backdrop or Floordrop for Photographers
• Strong, durable, tear resistant vinyl
• Available in several sizes. Contact us for sizes not listed!
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Ink and Elm vinyl photography backdrops are extremely user friendly and can be set up in minutes! Not only do talented photographers love Ink and Elm backdrops, but stay-at-home moms love them and get great results as well! Take pictures of your kids or clients anytime, anywhere, and in the comfort of your home or studio!
Ink and Elm backdrops are printed on matte, waterproof, tear resistant vinyl using the longest lasting inks. Once your photo shoot is complete, simply roll up the backdrops and place in the provided shipping tube for simple and easy storage!
Get with the newest photography craze and indulge in these fabulously durable, economical, and stylishly versatile photo backdrops!!
All the backdrops I received are really great quality (thick material and high quality prints). They look beautiful in photos and are an extremely nice touch to what would otherwise be a basic food photo. This one "Moody" is my favorite and provides a beautiful contrast to whatever dishes you put on top of them. Flowers look beautiful on the backdrop as well. I use mine flat on the ground or on a table (as opposed to hanging them, but I have also hung this particular backdrop). A few tips - - If you have a kitchen to yourself and enough room, I don't use photo clamps to hang these, i just use a magnet to hang them on my fridge and it provides an easy backdrop for standing cake photos. - if you're taking photos on your phone and only planning to take overhead photos a 2x2 will be fine for a small plate or two, but if you're using a DSLR I recommend going no smaller than a 2x3. Best size is probably a 3x3 even for phone photos. I struggled fitting enough in a 2x2 AND avoiding a visible border in some of my photos.Reviewed by: Lona Zhao from Los Angeles. on 6/25/2018