Custom backdrop created for Jeremy Cowart's photo shoot with Reba McEntire. It was amazing to see Reba sit in front of mybackdrop and pose on the custom barnwood stage I designed! This backdrop boasts dramatic splashes of muted tones and layers of texture that create the rushing movement reminiscent of the falls of the Chattooga River of N.C.
Jeremy was recently named the Most Influential Photographer on the Internet by Huffington Post, Forbes and Yahoo. He founded Help Portrait and the iPhone app OKDOTHIS. He is a husband, a father, an Emmy-nominated celebrity photographer, an entrepreneur, and a teacher.
This rosy clay drop is refreshingly warm. It's suede-like appearance is light and soft. Design and event planners, So Happi Together, used this one in the largely acclaimed annual wedding showcase The Cream Event in LA.
Solana Beach was created by troweled layers of cool and warm gray tones on a 10 x 10 wood panel for Jeremy Cowart. This technique provides a versatile drop for any photo shoot.
Telluride is a gray-blue backdrop that has a cloudy quality which gives an icy, whimsical effect to any photo shoot. Depending on lighting or the position of the model, a variety of tones and textures can be captured from this backdrop as shown in the images here.
The depth of tone is striking in this canvas. With deep winter green as the primary color, it makes perfect contrast for lighter images and floral arrangements. My first two decades of life were spent under the tall Georgia pines making this design a sentimental favorite.
Floral arrangement by Melissa Broadwell of Vintage Florals
The ACM Awards backdrop was created for the 2015 ACM award nominee interviews. The golden textured backdrop set the tone to celebrate the 50th anniversary of the award show. Maddie and Tae are shown in front of this warm backdrop.
This backdrop has a cool whimsical feel with subtle mottling. All photos by the award winning Texas photographer Amanda Holloway.
Plenty of raw canvas is exposed in this subtle backdrop. Washes of slate and tan pigment give a neutral yet cool background for dark or light images. Featured here photography by Brandon Chesbro for Please be Seated that features a wedding gown by The Dress Theory.
This subtle backdrop can take on many hues, as reflected in these photos by Nashville photographer, Cameron Powell. Depending on the lighting it can look green, blue or brown. This particular drop is reversible, as you can see in the black and white shot. Photographers are always thrilled to get a 'two for one' deal with the commission of this reversible backdrop.
'Texas gumbo' is what the natives call the soil in the lone star state. It is dark and rich, but can be hard and tough to work with. This canvas got lots of abuse during it's creation and shows the scratches, wear and tears that make it feel like it is as old as dirt. This drop was made custom for photographer Jeremy Cowart, originally for a Garth Brooks shoot, but pictured here is TK McKamy, one of today's outstanding music video directors. Photo by Jeremy Cowart
Layers of paint were added to a primed canvas to achieve a warm neutral backdrop for photographer Jeremy Cowart's photo shoot with Reba McEntire. Diverse brush strokes create depth and interest, making this backdrop versatile and truly one of a kind. This drop was inspired by my travels to Ethiopia.
This strong canvas resembles polished slate and is reminiscent of my first sight of Lake Jenny when flying into Jackson Hole, Wyoming. It is calm and still, but has depth. It has been used by several great photographers, including Ryan Smith for Florida Georgia Line and Sebastian Smith for Emmy Jerde.
Sea of Galilee
This double-sided drop has a marbled matte finish in grey blue on one side and a mottled dark navy on the other side. This versatile backdrop provides options for any shoot and contrasts well with white and black.
This blush canvas is hands down our most popular backdrop to date. It is used by bridal photographers, stylist, event companies, and product shoots. We now have three in our inventory to meet it's high demand!
Photo by the amazing bridal photographer Sally Pinera.
Photo by the amazing photographer Connie Balluff.
Flat lay from Megan Lipke Kenney. @rubythefox
This subtle gray-blue canvas has depth upon depth, but can also shoot flat to allow the subject to pop!