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CLASSROOM: How Singaporean Photographer Shavonne Wong Shot This With a Cheap and Unimpressive Looking Backdrop

19 November 2018

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CLASSROOM: How Singaporean Photographer Shavonne Wong Shot This With a Cheap and Unimpressive Looking Backdrop

Photography can become ridiculously expensive with gear and props and all the other necessities. So when there is a chance to save, I save!

This shoot was planned really last minute as the model was in Singapore for only a short amount of time so I didn’t really have the luxury to come up with a strong concept. Deciding to do away with my usual plain backdrop, I remembered I had some shiny red paper stored away that I had bought on a whim for $1 a piece. So, I did a little arts and crafts and taped them all together. Honestly, it looked like a kid did it, but I knew it was going to be good enough for photography with lights and magic to turn it into a fabulous background. I taped it up to two C-Stands and voila, new backdrop!

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Image Credit: Shavonne Wong

I have a passion for motion picture; which in that is the magic of make believe. New technologies that change the way we acquire content is what excites me. I enjoy cooking and cycling outside of work =)
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