Backdrop Alley Brown Crush and Tie-Dye Muslin Background (10 x 12')

BH #BABGCM1012BR • MFR #BATD12BRNCR
Backdrop Alley
Key Features
  • Machine Washable
  • Pole Pockets on Top and Bottom
  • Five Grommet Rings for Easy Hanging
  • 100% Cotton
Add style and visual interest to your portrait or still life photography with the 10 x 12' Brown Crush and Tie-Dye Muslin Background from Backdrop Alley. This 100% cotton background is machine washable, features pole pockets on top and bottom as well as five grommet rings along the top for easy hanging.
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Backdrop Alley BATD12BRNCR Overview

Add style and visual interest to your portrait or still life photography with the 10 x 12' Brown Crush and Tie-Dye Muslin Background from Backdrop Alley. This 100% cotton background is machine washable, features pole pockets on top and bottom as well as five grommet rings along the top for easy hanging.

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Colors depicted may vary slightly, due to differences in computer monitors, printed media, and variances in manufacturer's fabrics, dyes or paints.

Backdrop Alley BATD12BRNCR Specs

Backdrop
Number of Backdrops1
Color/DesignBrown Crush
Dimensions10 x 12' / 3 x 3.7 m
Packaging Info
Package Weight4.65 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)21 x 18.5 x 1"
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question

Does this have a sewn loop to run a cross bar through?
Asked by: Anonymous
Yes, the background contains a narrow sewn loop that would fit about a 1 in pole (I use an aluminum collapsible type.). It also contains 1/2 hole grumlets spaced every 2' along the loop. I've use the backdrop to take dance studio full length shots and it worked quite well.
Answered by: William H.
Date published: 2018-08-28

question

Is this the kind of background that you can stuff in a sack or does it need to be rolled on a tube?
Asked by: Chris
It does wrinkle to some extent - I always refold mine for storage. Rolling to place in a tube would probably resolve a lot of wrinkle issues. Since I am generally shooting at a distance of 15- 20 feet from my subject and these are not head portrait shots, I don't find the wrinkles an issue. If wrinkles are a concern, I'd steam the backdrop & allow to dry hanging before your shoot
Answered by: Karen O.
Date published: 2018-08-28
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