The other board was painted a pretty gray color, a paint sample my sister had left over from painting her house, and the other side was painted white (also from my desk) and then sanded down to have a whitewash look to it. You’ve already seen this set up from the Bunny Softie tutorial, and I’ll bet you didn’t even consider the backdrop to be fake! SO many possibilities!  I spent $14 at Home Depot, and $14 at Hobby Lobby.  Since I had everything else on hand here at my house, this photo backdrop project cost under $30!  A great, cost-efficient way to take all-right photos up several notches!
So, now you know my newest photo secret!  I actually don’t have any others, so… my only secret?    Have a great day! Natalie,I have stacked boxes up behind to hold it up before, when I have used it outdoors or in my front room. By no means am I very good at photography, but I have to start getting serious about taking decent product photos for the relaunch of my etsy shop (which I am hoping to reopen Mid February!)  During my time off, I have been sewing and crafting, but also learning how to take better pictures. The most difficult part is matching up the pattern when you start a new row, but just take it slowly and you will be fine.
So, now that I have these backdrops, I plan to make some plain ones by just hanging some solid color fabric on the wall and using the same baseboard trim and beadboard flooring trick! In the meantime, I really have to learn how to take better photos because I can just see how out of focus these are! About Latest Posts Follow meHayleyHayley Crouse is a wife, mother and multifaceted designer. I so wanted to love this idea but am I the only one who is finding it extremely difficult (basically impossible) to line up the pattern for the wall???


One of my main goals in moving to this new bloggy home is to continually work on my photography.
I’m a big fan of magazines for photographic and creative inspiration, so recently I grabbed a stack of them and one of my many trusty sketchbooks, and spent a happy afternoon cutting out images that caught my eye and provided me with photographic inspiration. In some it’s the light I loved, or the fact they had avoided perfection in their composition.
I added a few notes for each so that next time I seek ideas I can flick back through and remind myself what stood out as different in each of the photos. Teehee- I love how Bea seems to be wishing that the awesome cake in that last photo would come to life! All images and text are the property of Anna Burnell, Please do not use without permission. So, math friends, two boards each with two sides = 8 possibilities of photo backdrop combinations! I also so different types of boards they have at Lowes that are brick and such, that would work great for backdrops. Just wanted to let you know that this was the most viewed link at last week’s Whatever Goes Wednesday party over at Someday Crafts. Our apartment is completely devoid of personality, and I could easily store this under the bed!
Her love of sewing, crafting, cooking and interior design infuses her daily life and naturally spills over into her online presence.


I thought the flooring was real from your pictures, and your model is adorable even if she wasn’t in the mood for a photo shoot. And I don’t just mean the quality of the photographs I produce, but how I tell readers a story through my images. Others broke the rules of classic photography advice, such as having one focus and keeping the background clear. Even though I love Pinterest there’s something so fun about cuting and pasting in a notebook.
We have been doing some traveling here in the USA and this might be a good idea to try out.
She pushes the envelope of her creativity and hopes that others will be inspired to do the same.
Any ideas on how to keep the back board up if you’re not able to lean it against a wall (say if the lighting was only good directly near a window or the wall is too far away)?? She currently authors the Welcome to the Mouse House Blog, is the pattern designer behind Mouse House Creations and is a collaborative designer with Willow & Co. But I think this is a great way of using other media than digital photos, plus I enjoyed how this was a slow pastime, so it gave me time to really consider what I liked about each image instead of always pinning first, thinking later.



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