Have you always wondered how one has that cool dark backdrop behind their food photos? Well, I have the answer for you today! I am sharing some cool DIY food photography backdrops that you can recreate at home, and you will be making amazing images.
I love photography.
I truly love photography as it as it’s a form of art and I enjoy express myself through unique photos. Dark food photography is something I became obsessed with lately. I just wish I could spend more time with it. But having a few business and two energetic kiddos around, that’s not happening. Dark food photography is all about stunning, eye catchy, moody photos. I enjoy setting up and styling these type of photographs and just to get creative with the process. But to be able to create this “one of a kind” images with the mystic, moody feel to it, the simple black paperboard backdrop from the dollar store just won’t cut it.
I needed to come to the point and create some backdrops to help to stand out this type of photography. If you are not familiar with my photography work, check out my gallery here. I wrote a Photography eBook last year, and I am currently working on a Dark food photography extension to the eBook that will be launched in a few months.
So back to these backdrops…one sunny afternoon while the kiddos were playing outside I made four different beautiful backdrops for my food photography. But to tell you the truth, these backdrops are perfect if you are taking photos of a product and such as well.
These easy to make DIY photography backdrops came to life one sunny afternoon while the kiddos were playing outside. I made four different beautiful backdrops for my food photography. These are not only perfect for food photo styling but a product or project styling as well.
They look pretty awesome, don’t they?
And what’s great about them that you can mix and match them and they still look fabulous together.
In just a few seconds you can watch a short tutorial on how to make your pieces!
Click on this short video below and learn how to make your DIY photography backdrops!
I love to use them mix and match. One under my plate and one behind it.
And here you go! You have four different photography background. Lovely, isn’t it?
I hope this was an inspiration! Do you have other ideas?
Thanks for popping in today!