Thank you for the tip Joe, I got Dove Gray #84 ( a mid gray like you suggested) is my first paper background cant wait for it ! 🙂
great video, keep them coming!
You are an amazing teacher. I was going to buy dove white for my wall background but then I saw your video. Thanks!!
Great video… Great channel! Thanks for all the advice
So much great information in your videos. Thank you! Subscribed!
hey Joe I don't have fancy setup like you BUT I have ingenuity lol..I would like to have the same background as your using and like the one that is advertised in description but not sure how I would suspend that in my condo? I have a green screen setup already but not sure if this is too heavy for that rig, any suggestions would be most appreciated…
Great video…where did you get the mannequin
How would these color Gel perform using continuous lighting? which obviously is not as powerful as strobes
I just found you a few days ago. been binge watching since. thank you for sharing your knowledge!
Great advice, thanks.
That is One great video. very helpful.And also Can you please explain how to shoot full length shots, rather than just portrait or head shots by adding gel to the background
Thank you so much great information super
Can you please provide another link to vinyl background
Love your videos by the way there super helpful.
Joe, thank you so much for this!!!
THANKS jOE GREAT TIPS NO B.S..
Great video, your quality and consistency of top material is incredible. Your videos are amazing to look at, easy to watch, you are enthusiastic, smart, and engaging. I ordered a charcoal background from B & H. Wish I could purchase through your link. Keep up the great work, you are an inspiration.
U r the best thank you professor
OK OK; This guy is fantastic!!! Everyone interested should Subscribe, Click the Bell, Give a Thumbs Up and Wow! Don't forget to Comment, and DON'T FORGET to click the Affiliate Links to support this GUY! He deserves Every Penny He gets!
Question: I have Ott Lights. I did not see a link where to buy the color Sheets that go around the lights. Also what lights do you suggest to buy that you can slip those different colors sheets in them?
You 1st Affiliate Link (Icon) Is the Oyster Wisp Photography Backdrop you have listed. Is that a Middle Grey Color you were talking about? Also do you have any comments regarding this color and item?
Awesome as always!!
Very nice, well "any grey will work…" What about 70 Storm Grey? Any reason why there's no check mark on it? Thanks. 😉 Amazing tips btw.
Damn what an awesome vid!! 👍
This was Awesome Joe! Time for my Gray Wall ! Thanks
Thanks for the tips
Making a video studio and will paint walls grey. Can you suggest what lights I'll need to put on the back walls?
Great video! I've been just thinking what color of the background to buy
What cost effective lights do you prefer for lighting backgrounds? Thanks
What light do you use to blow out the background? is there a cheap option too i have a small budget and i’m just starting out
You are a very good teacher. Wonderful personality & great advice!
Do these tips also work for video and not just still shots?
Great tips! Thank you!
This helped because I was trying to find what color to add to Photoshop background.
Excellent tutorial! Love your work!
I love that it's very helpful😀
Muchas gracias por este video. Saludos desde argentinas
Joe, I'm learning a lot from your videos wow can't wait to try the gray background and lighting tips for my videos!
Wow!! Im amazedd,,very well explained…sir… thanks for.inspiring usss……
you'r the best
Thank you! I was on my way to grab some paint for my YouTube channel background while. This was exactly what I needed in order to buy the right paint! Subscribed and liked! Thank you 😊
Great Video…Thank you!
16 thumbs down? You guys have a better solution? I thought this video was spot on! Thank you for your tips!
I've been looking for nice backdrop I prefer black and gold Fabric and i found your video. This is great ideas.
AWESOME tip! Thank you for posting this.
The best photography channel on Youtube.
If there were only one series of videos, this is the one to have…
You're the best Joe! Thanks!!
Which background is better for a knockout? Why bother getting other colors on the background when you can cut the person later and add any background? Silly questions from a curious mind. Great video.
Sir I am from India… I shoot my video …so please tell me my best background color for the room..
Awesome content, thanks!
thank you thank you thank you
Really good! Thank you
Just discovered your video, love it. No extra fat! Subscribing now – hope you're still posting!
What is the brand of vinyl backdrops you use?Thanks!
Hi Joe. Love your video specially for me whose planning to buy a backdrop for my photoshoot. How about a gray backdrop having a grunge texture. Is it ok rather than having a plain gray backdrop? What is your advise. It will be highly appreciated.
Great presentation! Clear, concise, and informative.
Wow.thank you friend 😀✌🏼
Love your Videos … 😉
Thanks a lot for making this video.👍👍
Awesome video! Thanks!
Which grey do you recommend from Savage?
Brilliant! Thank you!
Thanks internet bro 👊
i was looking for a backdrops for my music/cooking channel ..this was v helpful …thank you 😀
refreshing to hear from someone who actually knows what they are taking about – and has prepared before filming! Enjoying browsing your back catalogue!
Absolutely amazing tutorial!
Do you know what the exact color would be in paint? Charcoal or…Also, what kind of strobes are you using specifically?Love your videos and your website is the bomb baby! You have wonderful ideas that work.
Great tips for saving money ! Can you show us some tips on how to shoot long exposure both at night and bright sunny day?
i was gunna buy 6 colours in backdrops ….. WOW
excellent, thank you!
Thank you! this is very helpful, really appreciate it
Best video I found to answer my questions, THANK YOU SO MUCH! Super informative!
its amazing trick,thanks dude
Those were fantastic tips! Thanks!
i am beginning to dabble in photography, and this video was very helpful in figuring out what i need.
I thought the thumbnail was Logan Paul lmaooo
Great tutorial, this is the first I have seen where a black flag is not used to stop gel coloring face, would this be because the subject is set away from backdrop? would you need to use flags if you moved subject and light closer to the background, or is there a trick to avoid needing flags? 🙂
And if I could only find GRAY TINT – STORM GRAY – SLATE GRAY …. What would be the selection?
Very sad to discover only now you and your channel. Very precious and helpful tips. Thank you so much.
You are awesome!
This is a great video, thank you!!!!!!
Love it, fabulous video clip, thank you 🙂
Hi, thanks for the video, i see the studio has wooden floor that is kind of shiny, has this been a problem with the lights or strobes reflecting on the subjet or all around the room? I have the same type of floor at my home studio trailer and the roof is only 8 feet hight and is painted light beige, horrible. What would you recomend to put on the floor to not make it reflect light,,, any idea? Thanks in advance.
Vinyl or paper?
Great tip in a great video. Keep practicing your Spanish, for the next test with something more complicated like. "Hasta la vista baby" ;- )
Which gray from savage are you using in this demo
Excelente video, me encantan estos consejos, asi si aprendo al segundo y todo es posible!!!!!
Joe, any recommendations for a good/cheap strobe light?
the way you explain things and the tips you give are always the best. you give so much detail its great. thanks for all your help.
I LOVE THIS VIDEO Thank you so much Joe for these AMAZING TIPS – You ROCK BABY BABY BABY
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