Backdrops for a Studio Snob

Never in my wildest dreams did I ever think I would own, use, or promote the use of backdrops.  I've always considered myself a backdrop snob, and thus would spend thousands of hours, and dollars, searching out the most exotic locations imaginable.  I would go to great lengths, driving for hours, trudging through all kinds of tic infested woods to obtain the perfect background for any of my photo shoots.  That is until now... 

In November, 2015 I was approached by to see if I would be interested in trying out their line of backgrounds.  Being the snob I am, of course I turned them down immediately... followed by a brief hesitation; A reversal of my previous point of view followed, and I agreed to try out a couple of them.  I am happy I did!  One thing I've learned is not to be so quick to judge a product before trying it.  The backgrounds are beautiful! In addition, they don't wrinkle, and are so dang life like that my client's are asking to be photographed on them.  Here are a couple of my favorites.  PLEASE NOTE: THE CENTER IMAGE IS NOT AGAINST A BACKDROP.  I just included it because it was part of this cool shoot.  A big thank you goes out to Colleen Quen the amazing designer of the gowns, and Jeanie Walsh our fabulous fashion coordinator.  The Beautiful Rachel Earl was our fabulous model!  @victorcembellin was amazing with makeup and Rachel's perfect hair was done by @m_bower

One more thing,  This is not a paid endorsement  I am posting this, because I really like the products, and think you folks might like them too.

I used window light and a Sunbounce 6 ft reflector and  the NikonD4S and the Nikon 24-70 2.8 lense for capture. #NikonUSA, #NikonAmbassador