10 Blog Posts about DIY Photography Backdrops

Photography backdrop is one of the key equipment in setting up a photography studio. A studio must have more than 1 photography backdrop to cater the different wants of the customers and needs of each shots. Collecting different backdrops for your photography studio can be very costly. But there are ways to be able to have the type of backdrops you need is a much frugal way. One of those is by spotting sales or discounts that some online stores offer, like the ones on Studio Hut backdrops and B&H. The other way is to create your own photography backdrops. Below are the different blog posts that teach DIY photograph backdrops which are much cheaper.


1) Knick of Time: DIY Custom Wall Backdrops

http://knickoftimeinteriors.blogspot.com Mon, 14 Jul 2014 00:57:00 GMT

DIY Photography Wall Backdrops via Knick of Time @ knickoftimeinteriors.blogspot.com.

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2) DIY Indoor Photography Backdrops – Photographer Overnight

http://www.howtostartphotography.com Sat, 10 May 2014 07:00:00 GMT

Perfectly simple backdrops for your indoor portrait sessions when you’re feeling low on cash.

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3) 3 (+1) DIY Backdrops That You Find Right At Home – DIY Photography

http://www.diyphotography.net Wed, 07 May 2014 09:37:31 GMT

When I started photography I was very interested in learning everything I can about studio photography. Obviously, I didn’t have a studio back then, so I needed to work with what I had to create photographs that looked just as …

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4) 40+ DIY Photo Booth Backdrop Ideas

http://www.kristendukephotography.com Thu, 29 May 2014 15:57:26 GMT

I recently shared a fun set of Summer Photo booth props, and I’ve been wanting to share a list of ideas to use as photo booth backdrops to go with it. There are endless ways to make a backdrop fun, and you really only need a …

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5) Knick of Time: DIY Custom Wall Backdrops

http://knickoftimeinteriors.blogspot.com Mon, 14 Jul 2014 00:57:00 GMT

DIY Photography Wall Backdrops via Knick of Time @ knickoftimeinteriors.blogspot.com.

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6) Callaloo Soup: Easy DIY Photo Backdrop

http://francineclouden.typepad.com Fri, 20 Jun 2014 13:00:00 GMT

I’ve been wanting to make a clean looking wooden backdrop for my project photos for a while now, and it finally happened! Here’s how I pulled it together Supplies Fake Kapla planks (or you can use paint sticks) Foam board…

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7) DIY Paper Wisteria Backdrop Ruffled

http://ruffledblog.com Mon, 14 Jul 2014 17:15:11 GMT

This jaw-dropping DIY paper wisteria backdrop created by Kathryn Godwin for Ruffled, shot by Emily Chidester Photography, is one for the books folks. Make double sure to bookmark it for your wedding, for your friend’s …

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8) DIY Photography Backdrops | I Want That

http://www.iwantthat.co.za Thu, 19 Jun 2014 10:00:16 GMT

It’s fun and keeps guests entertained. Backdrops needn’t be expensive. With a little creative thinking and some DIY action, you can add a playful,. fun atmosphere to your photo booth. Here are some simple ideas to get you …

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9) 10 Ideas for DIY Photography Backdrops with Flowers – I Heart Faces

http://www.iheartfaces.com Wed, 21 May 2014 11:00:38 GMT

Whether you are in need of some inexpensive ideas to stretch your photography backdrop budget or you just like to exercise your imagination and creativity to create a more custom look for your client, these pretty DIY …

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10) DIY Tutorial: Painting a Cloth Backdrop | ISO 1200 Magazine 

http://www.iso1200.com Sat, 05 Jul 2014 21:35:15 GMT

DIY Tutorial: Painting a Cloth Backdrop. | Labels: diy | … In ISO 1200 Magazine we have the best team searching brand new behind the scenes videos around the world to learn all the secrets of the best photographers.

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Basic and Quality Camera Equipment

Untitled11Excellent camera shots are achievable through the combination of skills and quality camera equipment. As a photographer you always want to have those perfect shots and your photography equipment play a big role on this. Thus, choosing the right camera and equipment is an essential task when you plan to venture into photography.

In addition, you need to apprehend what works in numerous lighting and basic lens capabilities. For those who are still novice on the field, finding the proper camera equipment can be a daunting task. There are hundreds of choices to choose from, and hundreds more of add-ons and accessories available in the market to create various shots.

Basic Camera Equipment


The first and probably the equipment that will take the most of your time in deciding is the camera. There are various factors you should consider when choosing which camera to buy. Some of the factors you need to consider are: the available lighting (outdoor, indoor, low and bright light); types of photos taken such as portrait or landscape; and if you are going to use it more often in travel.

For beginners it is advisable to start with a SLR camera which lets you change lenses for various types of shots. In addition to the factors you need to consider are the features of the actual camera such as: shutter speed, red-eye and movement reduction.


The lighting equipment is another essential in photography. It is most used for indoor shots to create different looks in your shots.


Tri-pods are used to stabilize camera for better camera shots. They also help in holding heavy camera lenses and flashes.


Various lenses offer different kind of shots and focus. Some shots require specific type of lens which can perfectly capture the image you want to portray

Venturing into Photography

Photographers are common and accessible by the handful regardless of wherever you go. If you really want to venture into photography to create a profit, you need to offer a one-of-a-kind look and produce something new in the industry. However, if you merely want to create it a hobby, having quality camera equipment will help you produce photos you’ll be proud of to show to your family and friends, and even to the whole world.