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I've been shooting in my living room for the last several years and it's been a real blessing. I have mounting brackets for a chain roller system installed where I can hold 2 rolls of paper (the vaulted ceiling called for the modification of the metal bracket, which translates into cutting off the top one.)
Anyways, I shoot mostly on white and not too long ago, I started putting down the white tile board from lowes/home depot and that has really been great too. Even still I had some paper that needed to be rolled down a few feet and since the paper had been down for a long while, there was a bow near the top. bummer, but not totally shocking.
So I'm working what would be the best way to semi-permenatly hang a background and what material I should use?
I have looked into some of the vinyl backgrounds and those sound interesting, but I assume that over time, they will also have some sort of warping going on under its own weight. Whether I would go with the savage, cowboystudio or DIY vinyl background, eventually, they would droop or have their own issue. However, I would love to be wrong!
Remember, I am not worried about the floor part (for white) since I also use the tile board on the floor.
FYI, painting the wall behind it white isn't an option either since there is a door right smack-dab behind it...
Would that be an option or should I just stick with paper and make a point to always roll it up...and give it an occasional half roll?
Side note...I know that paper is supposed to be stored vertically, but unfortunately I don't really have the space for that, so leaving the background hanging is one of the only solutions.