EXAMPLES OF BACKDROP USE
HARRY POTTER & THE CURSED CHILD MELBOURNE
Family Portrait Costume Reveal as seen on:
MELBOURNE THEATRE COMPANY
'View From The Bridge' starring Steve Bastoni, Daniela Farinacci, Zoe Terakes and Damian Walshe-Howling
MAN STYLE EDITORIAL - FLAWLESS MAGAZINE
Photographer Christopher Tovo , Stylist Poppy Key, HMUA Kenneth Higgins
Model Fabienne Vanderhaeghen, Agency Chadwick Models
6 LOOKS 1 GIRL NEW HAIR EDITORIAL
STYLE ICONS MAGAZINE & INSTYLE HAIR MAGAZINE
Photographer Anniss + Barton, Stylist Christina Ammazzalorso, MUA Shev Kelly, Hair Brent Bennett, Model Meika Woollard, Agency IMG Models and Giant Management
HUGHY THOMAS BY JOHN CARLOS RAMOS - VANITY TEEN MAGAZINE
Photographer John Carlos Ramos, Model Hughy Thomas, Agency Bella Management and GTR Global Official
New Born Baby shoots
What you are purchasing is a piece of art that has not been framed. Drops, regardless of fabric used, can tear, the paint can be scratched and of course creases can happen.
Make sure to use only the top couple of inches to secure your drop by clamps, gaffa tape or staples, keeping the rest of your backdrop free from the sorts of marks these can leave behind. A good idea is to use a bit of fabric between your clamp and the drop.
Damage can occur when water, anything abrasive or sharp comes into contact with your backdrop.
A light dusting or a quick wipe down with a damp cloth is the appropriate way to clean your hand painted back drop.