When I was asked to put together a white background for an indoor winter photo session for my first ever and longest client, I was a bit nervous, but I was going to rise to her request!
I usually shoot newborn portraits indoors, and other portraits outdoors (aside from my own personal shoots). When it comes to backdrops, I’ve used them often with newborns, but easily draping them over furniture to set them up. This was new, and I wasn’t sure what I wanted to do. Spend hundreds on a metal kit, sandbags, etc.? I wasn’t sure how often I’d use it, so I didn’t want to go down that route just yet. I do however wish I came across this idea years ago, because it’s totally going to improve my newborn photography setup now.
DIY Backdrop Stand out of PVC Pipes for $20