Frequently asked questions
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What is the size of backdrops?
We chose 60 x 90 cm (approx. 2ft by 3ft) which is optimal - you can take a photography of petite jewellery, still-life, foodie photos, flatlays, clothes or even take milestone baby photographs.
The other option are LARGE sizes that comes in 90 x 120 cm. Those are even suitable for portraits.
What is the material used?
The material used is Waterproof Premium PVC, 240 gsm (grams per square meter). So it is thin and very sturdy material that bends and rolls without wrinkling and folding lines.
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What is the price of a backdrop?
The price of one texture backdrop is 32 EUR.
Solid-colored backdrops are priced at 28 EUR.
The large texture backdrop is 48 EUR
Large solid-colored is 46 EUR.
If you buy more than three backdrops (or purchase over 100 EUR) shipping is free.
We always discount our new collection for few days. We put new collection online every season.
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Do you deliver worldwide?
Yes we do. We use only Express shipping so inside of Europe, you will get your backdrops in 2-4 days, outside of EU in 4-8 days. If you buy more than 3 backdrops (or more than 100 EUR) shipping is free!
Where are backdrops created?
Backdrops are designed and printed in Europe.
Who can use these backdrops?
They are designed for professional photography and video, ideal for product and food photographers, bloggers, influencers, content creators, agencies, crafters and personal use.
Is a backdrop resistant to oil spills?
We stress tested our backdrops with water, pomegranate, red cabbage, oils, you name it! Just don't leave stains on the surface for too long. You simply clean it with a damp cloth, maybe some soap for oil spills, and you are good to go!
How do I take care of my backdrops?
After you have unpacked them, roll them in to the opposite direction, which will allow them to flatten out fully. Treat them with care, don't schratch them with a knife, wipe them gently. Don't place a hot pan directly on them. Try not to crease your backdrop.