Christmas Photography Backdrops?

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Outdoor photography is great, but by the time Christmas rolls around, it is often too cold to be outside. Photography indoors can be just as good if you make Christmas photography backdrops. Draped over a chair, or draped over a curtain rod, sheets, duvets, curtains and even shower curtains offer the width you will need for the perfect backdrop for a child or an adult.
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How to Make Christmas Photography Backdrops
Save yourself the hassle and cost of shooting your family Christmas photo at a professional studio and do it yourself, right at home, at your leisure. Perhaps you don't have enough unobstructed space to pose in front of, or the trusty tree isn't big... More »
Difficulty: Moderately Easy
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