Paint White Seamless Paper With Light For Stunning Studio Photography Backgrounds

Exploring Photography with Mark Wallace—AdoramaTV

Mark Wallace explains why white seamless paper is so versatile in the studio, and shows how to create a "gobo" to produce unique, atmospheric backgrounds by modifying how the light hits the paper.

Using unique lighting and making something called a "gobo," you can create different and exciting backgrounds that look like they were shot on black. In this exclusive AdoramaTV video, Mark Wallace shows how to paint white seamless paper with light from studio strobes to create one-of-a-kind backgrounds. Seamless paper can be purchased from the Adorama Seamless Paper department in a variety of sizes and colors. Try using some of these techniques on different colors as well to see the effects you can get.




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