Simulate an Endless Background - Shoji screen setup

8/15/2018 ISO 1200 Magazine 0 Comments

Simulate an Endless Background - Shoji screen setup

In this video you will learn a little hack that you can use with a shoji screen (also called Spanish Wall) to turn it into a seemingly endless studio. So far, Michael was thinking of his screen as a kind of instant v-flats, just with a nicer look. But now it is getting much more versatile.



By using some extra surface material—like white plastic PVC sheets from Amazon—you can transform your shoji screen or your v-flats into an endless studio. It’s a cost-effective way of making your studio—no matter how small—appear much larger.

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To fully leverage this, you need some background information. In a recent video , Michael Zelbel demonstrated how you can use a shoji screen to create an impressive studio background when working in a small space. If you haven’t watched that video, we recommend that you check it out over here:

Better than V-Flats: How to use a paravent in Photography


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