Ready to replace that old white backdrop?
Mifasa has a solution:
This Poly fabric backdrop is measures 7x5 feet. It is lightweight, easy to store and carry, for photographers on the go.
As you can see, the backdrop is not 'naturally' colored. Judging from the initial pucture, I thought it might be of a green and orange, similar to the Irush fkag, and I was right. We are looking at using it as a backdrop for Miss,Grace'S Irish Dance competition thst they host in May, and it shoukd be fine for dancers to stand in front of to take pictures.
As you can see, it does have a false bottom, to allow for perspective control, if your subject is sitting on a pedestal..
And it does work.
But there are issues:
A. The print is not clear like you would expect. It'S more of a print that has been blown up, so some edges are blurry and you wouldn't want them right behind your subject.
B.there is no back sleeve. So you have to have a backdrop holder with clips. I woukd gave preferred a back sleeve to run a poke through. As most home photographers coukd manage that easily.
C. I'm not sure how to get the fold creases out. As this isn't cooton, you can't iron or steam it. Thus there are creases from arriving folded, that run counter to the fence slats. This can be an issue if right behind your subject, as you can see above, in the close up pictures.
The backdrop isn't bad for the price, but it coukd be better. If you need something quick for an event, or charity photos, then this backdrop can suffice. I just wouldn't use it for professional paid photos.