Not much to say about this one. It is white paper. A nice cheap way to get a seamless background for full body shots or just let it hang as a background. Does get dirty easy and you will want to require people to tread lightly. Consider using tape to get dirt off shoes prior to use.
This paper is thick, and bright. It works really well and can be made to look as dark as medium gray or bright white depending on how you decide to light it. The paper is heavy enough that it takes a bit of a beating, and there is enough of it that it does not need to be constantly replaced. I decided to go with paper for my white studio background as opposed to muslin because I hate dealing with wrinkles and since I don't need to travel with my studio equipment, this just makes more sense. I really like this high quality paper.
I am professional photographer and have used background paper for CENTURIES. This paper is high-quality and is made to last. I installed it on my ceiling "dispenser". It is heavy weight and very durable, (for paper). Both the outer protective container and the inner roll are thick and sturdy fiberboard.
the seamless arrived on schedule and in a very heavy cardboard tube. NO damage whatsoever, so it was good to use. Saved the day when it came up last minute and we didn't have an available van to pickup.....
It lasted me under a year from heavy usage. I hate it when I have to rip it off, or if it starts to rip & you don't do it right it will keep ripping... You definitely need a two person to work this to be careful.... Used it for my studio work