Let’s get acquainted
After successfully running ShotByLucy®, one of the UK's leading product photography companies since 2010, we've done our fair share of staging environments for lifestyle photography!
We know how difficult it is to source backgrounds to create a truly unique setting for your product. Not only is it difficult, its also rather time consuming. That's when PhotoBackdrops was born. Your one stop shop where you can find your perfect background for flatlays & mini staged environments. Lucy is a super talented professional product photographer & is very successful in this field. She knows what sells your product in the ever changing face of online retail & whats more, she has had her product photography featured in the national press over & over again. Vogue, Tatler, Cosmo, GQ, More, Home Living & Grazia just to name a few! Let Lucy help you create your perfect style with her beautiful product photography backdrops/backgrounds. Making life easy for both the professional photographer & hobbyists worldwide!
All of our backdrops have been photographed by Lucy making them truly unique to us!
We've transformed her beautiful photography into lightweight backdrops for you to interchange & create new lifestyle scenes in a flash! They are available in a variety of sizes & are currently available in two options. Flexible PVC & Rigid PVC Boards, #PBBoards. They all weigh next to nothing & are completely waterproof, so you can wipe them with a damp cloth & store them away for the next shoot. Our Rigid PVC Boards don't bend or fold so these may take a little extra storage space. Our flexible backdrops can be rolled into a tube for easy storage. Simply lay them on the floor/table or prop them upright & let's get started!
We'll soon have you shooting like a pro!
Our collection is constantly being updated with new products so be sure to check back often to see whats new! If you simply can't wait, pop over & follow us on Twitter & Instagram, you'll find us there giving sneak peeks on upcoming products & more.
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