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As I've said before, I like to KEEP THINGS SIMPLE whether it be the look of my pictures or the set-up of my pictures, I'm all about simplicity. For me, one of the fastest and easiest ways to get a good clean simple background is to use paper! That's right...scrapbooking paper, wrapping paper, construction paper...whatever paper I can find. 

Wanna see some examples?

Here is a set-up using some wrapping paper:

And a shot from it:


This one was actually my daughter, Maddie's, idea. I was taking pictures of the cupcakes just using the white foam board as a backdrop and she came over and propped up that sheet of scrapbook paper behind it. I would normally never choose this particular piece on paper but it actually turned out pretty cool!

Shot from this set-up:


And here is the set-up for the rest of the pictures. I merely changed out the scrapbook paper which took me a whopping total of 5 seconds each time. 

And here are the shots from it:







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7 comments:

Moms Who Click said...

So clever!

Heidi said...

I am putting these ideas in my back pocket, so to speak!

Sharin Shank said...

love this idea! Pinning this! My friends will love it!

Little Gumnut said...

Love it! so simple yet effective!

muslin backdrops said...

I super love your style and concept. The backdrops chosen are great too..

Micheal Adams said...

Don't you think the spider has ruined the view?
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Jerry M. Mingus said...

Awesome photography……..the only thing I don’t like about them is that I didn’t shoot them.
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