• Create the photos of your dreams! With different backgrounds, all your portraits will be a custom photograph. With several backgrounds in your arsenal of photo equipment, you can pick the background that best fits the special outfit the sitter brought in. Young or old, male or female, individual or a wedding party, the right background can mean the difference between an average photo and an award winning, family treasured portrait!
• Adorama has studied for many years the needs and wants of the beginner, advanced and professional photographer. All the equipment that bears the Adorama name meets these essential qualifications, equipment that is dependable at a fair price. The Adorama Belle Drape Muslins are no different. High quality fade resistant paints and dyes are matched with fine muslin material by background artists. The result, a beautifully painted muslin background at a price that allows all levels of photographers to own several.
• The "Solid Color" Series consist of hand dyed muslins, insuring consistent color density across the entire background. Excellent backgrounds for still life and special effects photography.
Reviewed by 4 customers
I use the product as a backround in my amateur portrait studio. What is good: It does the job as intended, has a 4 inch hem to thread through the backround support bar, and has grommets if you want to hang it like a curtain. What I don't like: Though it was packaged nicely it is folded in such a way that there are creases in the material. I bought a $35 steamer and that pretty much did the trick. I would recommend this product highly.
I have a home studio for just family portraits. The large size is a must for 4 year old twins that want to move, rather than sit still.
Good for its cost, Its about as thick as a normal bed sheet. Mine had a few noticable flaws in the sewing, but its not bad enough to want a new one. For the cost its a very good buy. Its thin, so I dont recommend it for outside use. It'll allow stray light to penetrate from the back. Its great for studio use though. I enjoy mine. I've learned the best way to use it is put a heavy bed sheet on the floor then put this over top of it and just iron out most of the heavy wrinkles with some steam. I would not recommend putting it directly on the floor if you are going to steam it... there's no where for the steam to go.
I first bought this as a backdrop for school portraits, but it was too plain. After not using it for a year, I started playing around with it an found that it works pretty well for in studio fashion shoots; however, it does take some getting used to color balancing with it. If you are not careful it comes out looking like a dirty white sheet. Overall I wish it was a bit more gray.