Colour paper for studio


PaulKami

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Hi,

I'm relatively new to this and thought it might be good to ask here :cry: Paiseh to ask the shops to quote if it's too expensive...

Usually how do we buy paper apparently used for studio backdrop? (as in, what length, roll, colour, what size, what material (paper?)) And apparently, how much average?
 

catchlights

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Hi,

I'm relatively new to this and thought it might be good to ask here :cry: Paiseh to ask the shops to quote if it's too expensive...

Usually how do we buy paper apparently used for studio backdrop? (as in, what length, roll, colour, what size, what material (paper?)) And apparently, how much average?
what is your subject is the first place? standard is 9ft wide background paper, about $80 and above per roll, depends on the quality of paper. there is also 1.5m wide paper roll available.

btw, you also need a support system, the cheapest you can get is about $150.00 for the mobile backdrop support system.

hope this help.
 

PaulKami

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Thanks for the pricing :) My subject can be a person. If 1 roll and I can cut, I can use it for other things too.

Thanks again :)
 

zac08

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Thanks for the pricing :) My subject can be a person. If 1 roll and I can cut, I can use it for other things too.

Thanks again :)
You can normally reuse the paper for a while unless it is dirtied or torn... :)
 

weegk

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tape at the sides of the paper and it can last longer . . . :D
 

jopel

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Thanks for the pricing :) My subject can be a person. If 1 roll and I can cut, I can use it for other things too.

Thanks again :)
usually we don't cut the paper. Unless your setting required it.
 

PaulKami

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Ah thanks...

12 yards and 50 yards... hmm

10 m or 40m+... That'd be adequate. Thanks for info again :)
 

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