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« on: December 05, 2010, 18:53 »
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I'm looking for backdrops for my studio that have an office setting as the background. Does anyone know where I can find something like that? Maybe any 8x10 size.

Thanks

Steve


jbarber873

« Reply #1 on: December 05, 2010, 21:15 »
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I'm looking for backdrops for my studio that have an office setting as the background. Does anyone know where I can find something like that? Maybe any 8x10 size.

Thanks

Steve


  I'm not sure what you mean. Do you mean painted backdrops that look realistic? There are several that I've used:

http://www.brodersonbackdrops.com

http://www.oliphantstudio.com/

Of the two, I've always liked Sarah Oliphants work better, although I used Brodersons much more because he was in my building. These are rentals. I wouldn't buy anything so specific because its gets stale very fast.
The way i would go is to buy a green screen and just key in any background you like ;)

lisafx

« Reply #2 on: December 05, 2010, 22:39 »
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If you are planning to submit the final images as stock, I don't think you can use a third party office backdrop.  You would not own the copyright to the image used to make the backdrop, so you would not be able to sell the images. 

Jbarber is right (as usual :) ).  The way to go us use a green screen, or shoot isolated over white, and put in your own office background that you have shot yourself.   

jbarber873

« Reply #3 on: December 06, 2010, 09:35 »
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If you are planning to submit the final images as stock, I don't think you can use a third party office backdrop.  You would not own the copyright to the image used to make the backdrop, so you would not be able to sell the images. 

Jbarber is right (as usual :) ).  The way to go us use a green screen, or shoot isolated over white, and put in your own office background that you have shot yourself.   

Lisa, (as usual) is more right than me. I was so caught up in where to get back grounds that i forgot about copyright. They are, however a great resource for an assignment job. Painted backgrounds create a completely different look from reality. You should check out the links just to know about them. Oh, and they cost a lot of money to rent. :(

« Reply #4 on: December 06, 2010, 09:39 »
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I'm not sure how useful or realistic an "office" background would be.


 

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