Savage 10x20' Series Matte Finish Black Vinyl Background


About Savage 10x20' Vinyl Background

Savage Infinity MATTE BLACK Vinyl Background is the fnest vinyl on the market. It's unique Matte fnish allows for a glare free background. Ideal for all portrait and commercial photography. Infnity Vinyl backgrounds come in rolls on strong cores and can be used on most background support systems.

Summary of Customer Reviews

Customers most agreed on the following attributes:
Durable (4),Easy to use (3)

Savage 10x20' Vinyl Background Features

  • The Savage Infinity Background DVD offers a brief introduction, and care instructions for each background. General lighting, and photography tips are also offered to viewer.
  • Matte finish - No Glare
  • Professional quality vinyl
  • Durable
  • Photographs pure white when properly lit
  • Ideal for high key photography
  • Easy to clean - just wash of soil marks with a damp sponge
  • All rolls are on study cores to prevent wrinkles
  • Seamless, hangs straight

Savage 10x20' Vinyl Background Specifications

10' x 20' (3.04m x 6.09m)

Savage 10x20' Vinyl Background Reviews

Reviewed by 4 customers


Great Background For Professionals


from Boynton Beach, Florida  -  Pro Photographer

What I was looking for was a good chroma green background without having to build a cyclorama wall. The Chroma Green Infinity Vinyl Background by Savage was the perfect solution for me. I was highly impressed with the quality of this background. I have used many muslin backgrounds in the past and the problem with the cloth is the wrinkles and the thinness of the fabric. The vinyl background is made of a think durable piece of vinyl that is easy to clean. I bought the 10x24 backdrop, which is good for a permanent location. We have ours mounted from the ceiling. The 10x24 is a little heavy for a support system especially if you are going up high. Overall I am very satisfied with this product and will be looking at getting a white background next.

(3 of 3 customers found this review helpful)


Great backdrop


from hOLLEY, ny  -  Professional

I have used paper, and it works the same. I like that I can just clean it and keep going. It's a little heavy so if you only have one backdrop stand it's a bit of a task. I have two stands so I just leave this up fuultime and put the muslin drops in front of it on my second stand.

(3 of 3 customers found this review helpful)


Great Backdrop for Hi-Key photos!


from Kansas City  -  Semi-Professional

I chose the vinyl over seamless paper with the hope that it would last me basically forever and not have to continue to buy rolls of paper throughout the years. I have done several portrait sessions on the vinyl. As long as you know how to light it properly you'll have a clean bright white background on your portraits. Great for COB's or product photos too. It does clean up well, as I did have a naked newborn session mess on it - as I also planned for this to happen knowing the vinyl would be easy to clean off and it did GREAT! The only thing I wasn't too happy with was the original tape to hold the roll together while being shipped actually left some yellow sort of stains on the vinyl. But it's just me being picky b/c you'll never see the very end in portraits anyways. Love this product, would HIGHLY recommend it. It is VERY heavy though, you may need help getting it up on your backdrop stand!!

(2 of 2 customers found this review helpful)


Great Backdrop


from Phoenix, AZ  -  Photo Enthusiast

Very clean white backdrop that is very easy to clean and photographs well. Not too much to say other than that; it is a simple product that performs perfectly!


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Leila H  Does this have texture and if so is it visible when photographing on it? How do you like using it? Does it shoot true black? I am wanting something that I do not have to edit and will look nice straight out of the camera. Thanks!
JAMES R  Hi Leila, Yes there is a texture on the vinyl. Weather it is visible or not will depend on your exposure settings and depth of field settings. I often put a colored gel over the background light to produce a cool colored spot for background separation. If I have a high aperture setting that drives the depth of field back to the background I'll see a texture pattern and any sags in the vinyl (The sagging is from letting the core sit on a thin pipe that flexes for to long. You can remove that by rolling the background back up and placing it standing on end straight up. Lay it down on the floor and you run the chance of putting a flat crease in the vinyl. Angle the core and it will start to flex over time.) I've found the texture is a great starting point for some grunge special effects I often add to my images so I don't find it objectionable. Remember with black you can get saturated colors and with the white you will get pastel colors from the same gels.
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