Photographer Kelly Allan created this DIY wood backdrop and floordrop for her studio. She says its more durable than canvas and paper backdrops, which she still uses. As a bonus she also shows her clever way of storing the paper backdrops to keep them in good shape. || @kelly_allan
Blog photo tip: How to stop a vinyl photo backdrop from curling. I like to keep my vinyl backdrops in the tube mailer that they were shipped in so they don't get ruined but in doing that they also keep their curl. When I get ready to photograph a product or dish for a blog post there isn’t anything more annoying to me than having my backdrop curl. Now you can keep your vinyl backdrops in your mailing tube for storage but stop them from curling when you’re ready to use them.