Shutters – a cheater photography background

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Did you notice I used some old shutters in this toolbox post?

If you remember, I picked up the motherload of shutters from my neighbours.

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I put some shutters to work in my workshop by hiding some drywall holes. (great excuse for a cool wall treatment I say)

As for the rest…

Shutters - a cheater photography background on FunkyJunkInteriors.net
They make a most excellent photography background when you need them the most. 🙂

Shutters - a cheater photography background on FunkyJunkInteriors.net
Yikes…

Shutters - a cheater photography background on FunkyJunkInteriors.net
I mean, the garage door is there… which has worked in the toolbox post HERE.

Shutters - a cheater photography background on FunkyJunkInteriors.net

But the detail of shutters…

Shutters - a cheater photography background on FunkyJunkInteriors.net
Is nice! And instantly easy too.

So those with cameras, the next time you come across a shutter collection yourself, you know what you need them for now.

Aren’t you glad to have me ok your hoarding styled purchases? 🙂

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For more photography cheats, check out the cheater photo wall HERE.

What cheater photography backgrounds work for you?

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5 thoughts on “Shutters – a cheater photography background

  1. A very timely post for me Donna. I’ve been struggling with creating a portable back drop for my photos. I’ve tried wallpaper attached to dowling, drapery panels on a clothesline, and nothing is working. Shutters…dah! I could totally fold them up and tuck them off to the side in the shop. Light bulbs going off here! Thanks for the inspiration 🙂

  2. I really love your blog and have been going back into your archives to see what I have missed. Makes for a very enjoyable afternoon as I wait for paint to dry on my next project.

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