11. Studio backgrounds There are a multitude of choices for studio backgrounds, in this chapter Karl reviews the main types and when and how to use them. Comments June 27, 2017 Log in to Reply Anthony Scott I’ve found canvas to be far superior to muslin in terms of it’s resistance to wrinkling even though it’s a bit heavier. Another great lesson. July 12, 2017 Log in to Reply jefry cabrera okay I might be color blind but that grey might seem brown to me July 20, 2017 Log in to Reply MizUniverse agree with you Anthony. I love a mottled grey canvas (painted myself as well) August 26, 2017 Log in to Reply Bogdan Paraschiv Hello, guys. I’ve never used one of these, but probably it would be a decent solution: https://www.light-blaster.com/ January 4, 2018 Log in to Reply Tim Gaudion If you are looking to create a wide canvas backdrop theatre supply companies can be a good place to look and normally supply canvas in extra wide widths. January 29, 2018 Log in to Reply Gina Heaton Is Hardboard Wood? What does MDF stand for? I love that infinity cove because, well, it looks like it goes on for infinity. January 29, 2018 Log in to Reply Karl Taylor Hi Gina, hardboard is a bendy thin MDF, and MDF is ‘medium density fibreboard’ https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Medium-density_fibreboard February 27, 2018 Log in to Reply camille chaudeurge Hi Karl , thanks for your great videos . I want to say that it exist colored papers background bigger , I am buyinf them at Calumet , 2,72m large . February 28, 2018 Log in to Reply Karl Taylor Hi Camille, thank you for that information. Comments You must be logged in to leave a comment.