Whether you’re planning for a family Christmas portrait, a festive Valentine’s shoot or a romantic photo shoot anytime of the year, our Holiday Red Fabric Backdrop gives a true, deep color that is versatile but always beautiful for any model. Draw out the vibrancy or tone down the shade depending on your lighting. Check out some of our customer submitted photos and reviews of the Holiday Red Fabric Backdrop:
Easter is that special holiday that heralds spring, whether the holiday falls on a lushly green morning or while under a blanket of freshly fallen snow. Of course it is always far more pleasant for the weather to turn out like the former description, but its innate unpredictability is part of the charm of this early spring holiday.
Actually, the lack of predictability of the weather for the Easter holiday is similar to the challenges you face when it is time to start preparing for Easter photos. You know your clients are patiently awaiting their new baby’s first Easter or their toddler’s first steps toward a fully packed Easter basket, so perfecting your portrait photography is a must to make sure you get that perfect shot to share with the family.
Whether you choose to shoot in your studio or outdoors, choosing the right setting and props will make each shot perfect. The hardest part of your job will entail choosing one or more from a pool of several fantastic springtime photos!
Think about some of the following basic tips to help steer you in the right direction toward getting the most out of your upcoming Easter photography sessions.
There is something special about a Christmas tree, which makes it the perfect subject for a holiday picture. There are also plenty of Christmas tree photos that focus on a single ornament, and many of you want to capture pictures of your tree purely for its own beauty. Regardless of your reason for taking a Christmas tree photo, there are various effects you can get out of the picture depending on the settings you choose on your camera, and whether or not you use your flash when you take the picture.
When looking back through old family albums do you cringe every time you get to the pages with Christmas pictures from years gone by? Trust us, you are not alone. Awful and embarrassing pictures can be a result of many things, including inexperienced photographers, camera malfunctions and the fact that everyone just acts goofy in front of the camera.
You do not have to be a professional photographer to still have fantastic holiday pictures or a Christmas portrait that can be enjoyed from year to year. Just take a few precautions that will help you avoid everyone cringing next year when grandma wants to bring out the photo album.
Halloween is an exciting time of year when children and adults everywhere dress up in costumes. Many trick-or-treaters dress as their favorite super heroes and princesses, while others dress up as villains and monsters. Create awesome memories this Halloween by gathering your ghoulish friends together for some Halloween photos. Better yet, turn them into creepy photos that will spook all those who dare to look.
Wedding backdrops offer the chance for brides and grooms to go beyond what’s expected and ordinary in photo backdrops. From highlighting the bride and groom to creating a wedding photo booth for guests, unique and creative wedding photo backdrops can help to set the mood for the day and carry the style and theme of a wedding throughout the space. Go beyond the typical floral arch or satin curtain and explore what’s possible. From innovative studio backdrops to origami art to a backdrop that glows, here are ten ideas to inspire you:
Printed backdrops, megapixels, custom backgrounds, computer printed backdrops — while the origins of photography can be traced back to 1790, it certainly has come a long way since then. The very first printed photography image emerged in 1826, and the first color photograph in 1861. Backdrops in portrait photography showed up in the mid-1800s and were primarily painted vignettes on canvas, cloth or curtains.
The first digital cameras emerged in the 1980s; it’s hard to believe, but the term “megapixel” was used for the first time in 1984 — not very long ago. These days, digital photography is the norm. Technology continues to shape other aspects of photography as well, including the selection of props, backdrops and studio equipment that are now available to the photographer.