The Big Apple. Yankees' home turf. The City That Never Sleeps. The Great Melting Pot. Home to Seinfeld. City of Heroes. However you think about it, or whatever you call it, New York is the place to be. Where else can you buy Broadway tickets, visit film sets, buy knockoff sunglasses from some guy on the street, and see all kinds of celebrities all in one day?
Let us bring New York to you with our New York backdrop series! Our premium fabric backdrops are made to last and built to capture the essence of whatever image you choose. You can even create your own and provide us with your favorite images! Our washable, versatile, and durable backdrops come in your choice of InspiraCloth, JerseyCloth, and PrismaCloth. Not sure which fabric is for you? Head on over to our fabric FAQs page or get you some FREE SAMPLES HERE.
Frequently Asked Questions
Question: I'm looking to make my next photoshoot realistic, but I'll be shooting in a studio. What suggestions do you have for me?
Answer: There are a few different ways to make your photos look realistic, but the biggest one is lighting. It's very important to get your lighting to match up to the background that you're using. If you're using a backdrop that was taken at night, you want to use minimal light. If your backdrop image was taken in the middle of the day, you'll want to use brighter light. Some lighting issues can be fixed in post production, but your job will be much easier if you can get it right before you start your shoot. Another way to create realism is to use props, like chairs, benches, sunglasses, umbrellas, whatever you can think of that would make sense with your chosen background. Finally, consider blurring your background to make your subject(s) the focal point and to lessen the background's presence in your photos. This can be especially helpful if you aren't confident or happy with how things are looking. We have a tutorial here to help with blurring your background.
Question: I'm digging these pictures, but I don't see the perfect one for me. Can I submit my own and your Photo Pie Wizards can make it into a backdrop?