Savage Seamless Background Paper, 107" wide x 12 yards, Slate Gray, #26

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Professional quality, fine tooth non-reflecting surface available in an array of vibrant colors. Compatible with a variety of mediums. Ideal for photo background, display banners, drafting and decorations.

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Reviewed by 2 customers

 
5.0

The most delightful grey ever

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from New Ork  -  Pro Photographer

This paper was exactly as expected: firm, flexible, smooth, and grey in color. It came on a sturdy cardboard roll of a reasonable diameter, and the overall girth of the entire package was quite manageable, though the 9 foot length was a bit cumbersome in an 8x10 room with 8 foot ceilings. I will buy again.

 
2.0

107" is just too wide

By

from Boise, ID  -  Semi-pro Photographer

The color chip on my computer screen was quite a bit darker than the actual roll. I should have looked at several different websites as the color on the Savage website was more true. Also the roll is so long that the shipping box was coming apart in the middle and obviously bent the entire roll as I now have a crease down the center of my backdrop. Other than that, it is a good backdrop - one that I am sure I will use with larger groups - I will just have to photoshop the crease out everytime. In the future I will stick to the 53" rolls.

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kim w  Hello I was wondering how i would hang this up to use as my backdrop and flooring for photography projects. I am a photographer looking for backdrops was told paper is the way to go. I just am not sure how you hang it. I have a stand are there holes u slip the rod through? Thanks Kim
kim w  oh wow great. Thank you so much.
kim w  Hello I was wondering how i would hang this up to use as my backdrop and flooring for photography projects. I am a photographer looking for backdrops was told paper is the way to go. I just am not sure how you hang it. I have a stand are there holes u slip the rod through? Thanks Kim
kim w  oh wow great. Thank you so much.
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