In this lesson "Photo Backdrop Secrets - DIY!" you are going to learn some truly mind-blowing secrets!
You`ll learn how to get a pure white background in your photos...no matter what color the backdrop was originally.
You`ll learn how to get pure black no matter what color you start with as well!
You`ll learn how to make a backdrop that only costs a couple bucks -but in the final picture it can be any color you want!
Here is the Table Of Contents showing a bit of what is covered...
The Light That Isn`t A Light!
The Notebook Revisited
GOBOs And Colored Gels!
Creative Uses For Gel Material
The "Found" Photo Backdrop
Keep It Clean And Neat
Balancing The Light
The Neutral Density Filter
The Graduated Neutral Density Filter
Scrims - What They Are And How To Use Them
The "Created" Photo Backdrop
Commercially Made Backdrops Are Expensive!
Make Your Own For Pennies On The Dollar!
How To Make A White Backdrop
How To Make A Black Backdrop
How To Make A Colored Backdrop
The "Digital" Photo Backdrop
The Digital Photography Background - A Creative Masterpiece!
The "Separation" Light
How To Use A "Separation Light" In Portrait Photography!
Additional Photo Training
We discuss the background and how to manipulate it so that one or two backdrops can do the work of dozens. You will save a ton of money!
Background Storage - There IS a simple way to store them that will keep them from getting wrinkled...I show you how.
And more...and more...and more...
Having a professional looking backdrop for your portraits is the easiest and fastest way to make your work look truly professional! You`ll be getting paid assignments - or winning photo contests sooner than you think!
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