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Cowboy Studio Seamless 10 X 12ft Chroma Key Green Muslin Backdrop
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- One (1) CowboyStudio 10' X 12' Chroma Key Green Muslin Backdrop Seamless
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|Item Dimensions||9.84 x 11.81 x 11.81 inches|
|Shipping Weight||2.55 pounds|
From the Manufacturer
This CowboyStudio 10 ft x 12 ft Seamless Chroma Key Green Muslin Backdrop is made from durable high quality Muslin material and would be a great addition to your studio. This is a great accessory for any studio photographer. It creates a simple background in a neutral color, which help shapes the colors of the subject of the photograph. It is made from 100% cotton to help absorb the light and eliminate reflection.
Professional quality backdrops can be very expensive so Muslin is used as an affordable alternative. It is an accessible way to make your photography look more professional for a reasonable price.
- 100% cotton
- Completely seamless, made from one piece of material
- Comes with a 4” rod pocket at one end
- Machine washable, crimped along edges to prevent tears
- Light weight and easy to fold, please allow 5-8% manufacturing shrinkage
- To attach background to your support system, simply slide your crossbar into the rod pocket.
- You can then let the back ground hang to provide a beautiful scene for your photos and videos.
- To help remove wrinkles you can iron on a low setting with a buffer suck as a towel between the muslin and the iron. It is also recommend steaming the background just before a shoot to help minimize any wrinkles that were acquired during transit.
- Please keep in mind that no two backgrounds will be exact. Due to being made by hand colors can vary slightly as well as the location and application of the dye.
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A few suggestions:
1. Keep in mind that you aren't spending a hundred dollars on a backdrop and, as such, you should expect less quality in a product for such a low price. However, the craftsmanship is great, the ends haven't frayed after multiple uses and the lines are easy to steam out. If you are going to compare it to a backdrop that is four times the price, I suggest you shell out the extra money. For me, doubling up with a backdrop behind it accomplishes my goals and I'm very happy to save the money.
2. Watch or read tutorials about how to use a green screen. Lack of understanding of how to use a green screen can cause some people to reflect poorly on the product when truly, it is not the product lacking as much as their photography knowledge. Proper lighting is key!
3. Have your subject stand far away enough from the screen so that you don't have a green bounce on their faces, hair, or clothes. This comes along with researching how to use the product but this is also an important tip to know.
4. Make sure that when you use this backdrop, it has been ironed out as best as possible. Folds cause shadows and shadows are more difficult to key out. There is no sense in spending a few hours editing out shadows when it would have only taken 5 minutes of steaming to get the wrinkles out.
5. Make sure your editing software is adequate to key a green background out.
As a suggestion, it would be nice if a green screen manufacturer would ship these cloth backgrounds on tubes instead of folding them to avoid the wrinkling problems.
Reasons it is good
1. A large amount of fabric that is green as green can be.
2. Can be used for chomakey on OBS really well.
Reasons to not buy or use
1. Super thin fabric. I bought a 7 dollar cheapy fabric roll that was thicker then this at a local store.
2. Fabric is so thin I can see the wall behind it just looking at it.
3. Even doubled over I can see more light then the green sheet I was using before.
4. This was meant to replace the screen I used as I said above, but I ended up doubling it over, and then still having the sheet placed behind it simply so light doesn't poor through from my window or the wall show up behind it.
So in all, avoid if you want to use it solo, if this is to hang directly on a wall its perfect. If there is ANY light behind this it will show up so easily and make chromakey on OBS or Xsplit freak out and show tons of light or patches on it.
This is a nice one at a reasonable price.
It's packaged in a thin cloth cover which is then packaged in a plastic envelope. The plastic envelope makes a great dust cover for those times when it will be stored. There is a large pocket along one side that will easily fit a rod to hang the backdrop. Of course it came wrinkled but a few minutes with a steam iron took care of that. Since this material is somewhat thin, I suspect I'll need to use the iron on some wrinkles each time prior to using it. Given the price and the fact that I'll only use it occasionally, that's really not a problem
Most Recent Customer Reviews
A little too thin. I was expecting it would be the same material that Cowboy Studio sells with its stand kit, like their CowboyStudio Photography 10 X 20ft Chromakey Green Muslin... Read morePublished 2 months ago by El Tea
I had just purchase similar screen, just a few weeks before this one, for almost double the cost. I gota say the quality of this one is comparable. Read morePublished 4 months ago by PkScott
While some have complained about the wrinkles, I use it with the wrinkles. You need to assure you have the green screen properly lighted and you'll have no problems. Read morePublished 9 months ago by JerseyMike
It is worth the price being it is not a 120.00 Muslin screen. But it is very thin and you have to make sure you are up against a wall or put another piece of fabric behind it.Published 9 months ago by Truth
FAST DELIVERY...PERFECT FABRIC...LIGHTWEIGHT YET
DOES HOLD ITS SHAPE VERY WELL....
5 STARS TO THE COMPANY....COWBOY STUDIO
Item works as intended. A few lines to iron out but they are not really an issue for me.Published 14 months ago by Ryan Flores
OK for amateurs maybe, but the wide weave leaves lots of holes that prevent good keying for video. Possibly OK for still photography.Published 15 months ago by D. Engel