Lots to do in the tiny studio this week. Requests pouring in from marketing. With an extremely versatile company range we have to show innovation in our limited resourced studio to best exhibit each and every item.
From gift bags to diffusers; alarms, neon lights and kids games and Pop! products; the week has involved an evolving studio setup.
First time out using the curtain as a backdrop. This is a choice of backdrop I have seen being used repeatedly recently. The curtain delivers contrast in the background as the fabric winds in and out producing depth in the image as it goes. When it is evenly pleated it delivers symmetry and balance to the image (this can also allow it to become abstract and unrecognisable).