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Savage Widetone Seamless Background Paper (#93 Lemonade, 9' x 36')

BH #SABGP10793 • MFR #93-12
Savage
Savage Widetone Seamless Background Paper (#93 Lemonade, 9' x 36')
Key Features
  • For Creating Smooth, Even Backgrounds
  • Fine-Tooth, Non-Reflective Surface
  • Paper Density: 100 lb / 145 gsm
  • Thickness: 7.6 mil
Photograph people and products against a smooth, uncluttered background with this 9' x 36' roll of #93 Lemonade Widetone Seamless Background Paper from Savage. To facilitate even lighting, the surface of the paper is non-reflective and has a fine-tooth finish. In addition to photography, the paper may be used for events, decorations, banners, and more.

Savage Widetone Overview

Photograph people and products against a smooth, uncluttered background with this 9' x 36' roll of #93 Lemonade Widetone Seamless Background Paper from Savage. To facilitate even lighting, the surface of the paper is non-reflective and has a fine-tooth finish. In addition to photography, the paper may be used for events, decorations, banners, and more.

The paper density is 100 pounds, or 145 gsm, an easy-to-handle resilient thickness of 7.6 mil, and comes wound on a core with a 2.125" interior diameter. A plastic sleeve protects the roll in transit and can be saved to provide continued protection when the paper is not in use. The paper should be stored vertically to reduce the possibility of warping and other damage. Photographers often use clamps to secure the paper to a backdrop stand as well as tape to secure the paper to the floor if rolled out for full-body shots. The paper is acid-free and 100% recyclable.

Due to the manufacturing process, it's not uncommon for sizes to fluctuate slightly. In most cases the amount of fluctuation won't matter.
UPC: 731409804882

Savage Widetone Specs

Basic ColorLemonade
Basis Weight100 gsm / 67.56 lb
Thickness7.6 mil / 0.1930 mm
Core Size2.125" / 5.4 cm
Length36' / 11 m
Width107" / 271 cm
Packaging Info
Package Weight13.2 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)108 x 5 x 5"

Savage Widetone Reviews

Fabulous!

By Bob
Rated 5 out of 5
Date: 2022-01-19

Great color and contrast - provided a beautiful backdrop for my last photoshoot.

Super cute!

By Ayano
Rated 5 out of 5
Date: 2021-12-13

When I received it, I thought it might be too yellow but when I shot with it, it was super cute!

Solid red

By Antonio
Rated 5 out of 5
Date: 2021-11-14

Love this tone

Color color

By Antonio
Rated 5 out of 5
Date: 2021-11-14

Amazing

Beautiful backdrop and easy to work with

By William
Rated 5 out of 5
Date: 2022-01-17

This paper gave me the modern, seamless backdrop that I was looking for. It is much less expensive AND much better than cloth backdrops. Shipping the product is ungodly expensive but, once it's in the studio, it's the best backdrop I have.

Great quality backdrop

By Dana
Rated 5 out of 5
Date: 2022-01-06

This purple backdrop was perfect for our child patient photoshoot. It was durable and the tones came through beautifully in the pictures.

Great quality background

By Josiah
Rated 5 out of 5
Date: 2022-01-04

This paper greatly improved my video quality. It's flat so there's no unwanted lighting reflections and it's also super durable. I actually had a stand fall into it during setup last week and thought for sure it was going to tear it but it came out completely undamaged. I'll be buying more of this for sure.

Thank you

By Jackie
Rated 5 out of 5
Date: 2021-12-28

Excellent service! Fast shipping

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