Are you looking for some photo backdrops that you can use more than once?? If so, you’re in the right place!
As much as I love paper photo backdrops, it’s so nice to have backdrop options that can be used over and over again! My favorite backdrops are the ones that can be easily wiped clean and used forever. Read on to see my favorite reusable photo backdrops — or watch the TikTok video that inspired this blog!
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Reusable backdrop ideas
One of the questions I get a lot is how I have such a variety of backdrop options for my shoots. I love to invest in reusable backdrops as I can use them over and over, compared to using paper backdrops that can only be used once! What are my backdrops made from?
Did you know that you can get tile in peel and stick sheets?? I have had great luck getting these backdrops on Amazon or you can check them out somewhere like Home Depot! There are so many patterns, colors, and options to choose from. The best part is that they wipe clean — no problem!
You don’t have to spend a ton of money to add a classy touch of marble to your shoots! One of my favorite ways to incorporate marble backdrops into my photos is by using vinyl marble. No one will ever know it’s a vinyl stick-on marble backdrop.
I love utilizing styling boards for backdrops, because they allow you to have a clean and simple backdrop for shooting detail shots, like rings, flowers, etc. Best of all, they can be moved to any location with the best lighting — and you can take them on the go!
A few of my favorite reusable backdrop brands
Want reusable backdrops for your next shoot? Here are a few brands you just have to check out!
Bessie Bakes (Amazon)
Tic Tac Tiles (Amazon)
More tips and tricks for shooting great flatlays
Reusable photo backdrops have changed how I shoot flatlays and other images for myself and clients. But they’re not the only trick I have in the bag!
For more resources on styling photoshoots, props, and all my tips and tricks I have learned over the years, check out my course, Slay the Flatlay.
Not only will you learn the photography and styling side of things, but you will also be given resources for the business side of things — like location scouting, file storage, music sourcing, and much more.