Flotone Graduated Background (Thunder Gray to White, 31x43")

BH #FLBG3143TG • MFR #GFT409
Flotone
Key Features
  • PVC Material
This 31 x 43" Thunder Gray to White Graduated Background from Flotone is made of PVC material with smooth gradation that affords interesting lighting effects. In a few minutes, a photographer can achieve beautiful effects that would take hours with lights and single-tone backgrounds. Each sheet is individually handmade to achieve a silky matte, non-glare surface.
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Flotone Thunder Gray Overview

This 31 x 43" Thunder Gray to White Graduated Background from Flotone is made of PVC material with smooth gradation that affords interesting lighting effects. In a few minutes, a photographer can achieve beautiful effects that would take hours with lights and single-tone backgrounds. Each sheet is individually handmade to achieve a silky matte, non-glare surface.

The material and colors do not absorb water, so they can be used with ice cubes, fruit, flowers etc. They can be cleaned with a mild soap solution and soft cloth, making Flotone reusable.

UPC: 049822734090

Flotone Thunder Gray Specs

Size31.0 x 43.0" / 79.0 x 109.0 cm
MaterialPVC
Color/DesignGray
Mount TypeNone
Packaging Info
Package Weight2 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)33 x 4.5 x 4.5"
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The inside of my light box is really small 12 x 12. Is this sheet available in a smaller size?
Asked by: Dorothy
Unfortunately, Flotone only produces a 31 x 43 as its smallest size.
Answered by: Kirk R.
Date published: 2018-08-27

It appears there is some blue in this backdrop, ...

It appears there is some blue in this backdrop, from photos people have posted. Is this true? Trying to avoid blue, just want black/grey/white tones in the paper. Still using my graduated grey/white BH backdrop from several years ago but it adds blue tones often. Thanks.
Asked by: LIN
There is no blue on this background , you can add blue gel to the light if you want to add blue to the background . In your case you don't need to .
Answered by: vilson
Date published: 2021-02-23

Can you recommend a support device or system to ...

Can you recommend a support device or system to hold the graduated background? I'm now just thumbtacking it to the wall.
Asked by: Edwin
I use large clips to attach the background to a support stand that I also got at B and H. I trimmed the background to size and so it wouldn’t be so awkward to handle.
Answered by: Shana
Date published: 2020-12-03

does the flotone have a core? how does it hang ...

does the flotone have a core? how does it hang from a nackground support system?
Asked by: Jacob
FLOTONE is not supplied on a core FLOTONE can be hung on a background stand with clips or tape.
Answered by: Argraph Product Support
Date published: 2019-11-08

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Just want to confirm, is the 31 in the length or the width?
Asked by: Anonymous
it is 31 widw by 43 long
Answered by: Alan H. Sirui Expert
Date published: 2020-01-24

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does it come any larger ? need 42 inches wide or larger
Asked by: Anonymous
Yes it doesFlotone Graduated Background - 43x67 - Thunder GrayFlotone Graduated Background - 43x67 - Thunder GrayAdd to CartFlotone Graduated Background - 43x67 - Thunder Gray B&H # FLBG4363TG MFR # GFT609
Answered by: Alan H. Sirui Expert
Date published: 2019-07-31

question

will the surface scratch?does it roll up for storage?
Asked by: LOUIS C.
The surface doesn't scratch as easily at I thought, but probably would if I wasn't careful. I shoot photos of my pottery on it and it has held up great after one year! This backdrop does roll up for storage. I slide the plastic over it that originally came with it (don't throw it out) and loosely roll it up. This keeps it from getting scratched or damaged.
Answered by: Katherine C.
Date published: 2020-11-10

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Do you have a back drop like this one, starting in a lighter grey to white?
Asked by: Regina K.
Yes,It is used to photography Pottery for museum catalogue display. One note, it can be scratched by hard surfaces such as clay pots.
Answered by: Harry H.
Date published: 2018-08-27
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