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    Cheapest way to create a white backdrop..

    Hi,
    I was just wondering if anyone had an idea how to create a white drop (if poss with items perhaps already in a normal house!) Or does anyone have any idea how much (in ) it would be to make a "mini" studio that I can set up and kind of pack away easily?? If thats even possible! Thanks!

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    Re: Cheapest way to create a white backdrop..

    I personally think white paper is the easiest way. Depending on what your photographing, its easy to get access to large paper aswell.
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    Re: Cheapest way to create a white backdrop..

    Yep. A white sheet and window light :thumbsup:
    And...someposted this a while back http://www.x-pose.be/learn/x-mas/

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    Re: Cheapest way to create a white backdrop..

    Oh ok! Thanks for the link aswell, good ideas! cheers!!

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    Re: Cheapest way to create a white backdrop..

    Quote Originally Posted by Alison
    Yep. A white sheet and window light :thumbsup:
    And...someposted this a while back http://www.x-pose.be/learn/x-mas/
    Great link Alison. I like the results. I recently learned of gobos. They make such a difference.
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