How To Make A Simple Photography Background
I thought I’d share this ridiculously simple photography tip with you today. Sometimes, nothing beats a plain backdrop when photographing flowers, or a still life of vintage finds. As you may have noticed, I lack bare surfaces in this house due to my love of ‘stuff’! So it is sometimes necessary to make do with a roll of lining paper, in this case pinned to my inspirations board. Depending on where the light is best at that time of day, I move it around the house, using masking tape if necessary to stick it to the wall. So simple but so effective. I also sometimes use floral wallpaper in the same way to make a beautiful backdrop. Lining paper is very cheap to buy from DIY stores, and also makes fab drawing paper – if the children are ever getting cabin fever on rainy days, I stretch it out over the table, give them some pens, pencils and paints, and let them get creative!
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