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How to Hang a Drop
To avoid damaging the backdrop, make sure the floor is swept clean and dry before unrolling or re-rolling the backdrop. Never tape onto the image side of the backdrop.
Setting Up in a Tight Space
1. Set up two polecats, hi-boys, stands or supports at a distance equal to the width of the backdrop.
Setting Up in a Large, Open Space
1. Set up the polecats at the desired width. Unroll the backdrop onto the floor. Secure the top of the backdrop to the crossbar.
Trade Show and Display Hanging
For Trade Show exhibits and special events, we can paint a custom backdrop to fit your existing backwall system.
Through lighting, the mood of any backdrop can be altered. By adjusting the angle and intensity of the light and by the use of light diffusion, a photographer can control contrast. Color variation can be achieved through the use of photographic gels. Problems with uneven draping and excessive glare can frequently be solved by even side lighting and diffusion.
Backdrops can tear, scratch and wrinkle. Please do not clamp, staple or otherwise mar the image area of any backdrop. Use only a two inch margin around the edge of the drop for securing. Our backdrops are acrylic painted canvas. Water, sharp objects and abrasive material coming in contact with the drops will damage them. Please be careful. There are damage fees.