$20 DIY Photography Backdrop Stand {PVC Pipe}


I've got a newborn session coming up this weekend, and decided to finally act on the idea for a DIY backdrop stand that has been floating around in my mind. A few searches online revealed ideas similar to mine, so I decided I wasn't completely crazy and set off for the home improvement store to gather the supplies.

I knew the bill wouldn't be very big, but I was really pleased to see it come in at just under $20! Can't beat that for a sturdy, portable stand.

If you'd like to make one of your own, give these instructions a try. Please, please feel free to post your questions and I'll do my best to answer them for you. The process may look complicated, but I promise you it isn't. You'll smile at how simple it was once you're admiring your handy work.

Supplies You'll Need:
(3) 10-foot lengths of 1-inch, schedule 40 PVC pipe
(2) 90-degree, slip-in elbows {that means without threads}
(8) T-Shape slip-in connectors
(8) Slip-in end caps
A Hack saw or pipe-cutting tool {available in the plumbing section}

How to Build:
Now, this is where things get a bit more complicated! If you're like me, transporting several 10-foot lengths of pipe won't be a possibility. I've got a somewhat small SUV, and wasn't up to the challenge of tying things down with a toddler in tow. If this sounds like you, find a helpful employee at the store and kindly ask them if they'll help you make a couple of cuts so you can more easily transport your PVC.

Ask for the following cuts:
(4) Five-foot lengths {will use up two of your three 10-foot lengths of PVC}
(2) Three-foot lengths
(1) Four-foot length

This will allow you to maneuver the PVC through the store and into your car, and it'll save you a few cuts at home too!

Next, you'll need to make several more cuts at home. Work carefully and measure well to create an even, easy-to-work with backdrop stand.

The following is a complete list of cuts, with notes made if they have already been made for you by your helpful store employee:
(2) Five-foot lengths {already done!}
(2) Three-foot lengths and (2) two-foot lengths {cut these from the remaining five-foot sections}
(4) 18-inch lengths {cut from the two three-foot sections}
(8) 6-inch lengths {cut from the four-foot section}

Assembly looks like this:


...and this:


Once you've cut everything to the appropriate length, you can simply fit it together like a puzzle. I originally planned to glue some of my elbows and things in place, but after putting it together, I opted to skip the glue. This is because I have a nice, tight fit without the glue, and because I like the option to completely disassemble the pieces and create something different if I wish.

Some note-worthy thoughts and suggestions:
-Look for fittings that are not threaded. You shouldn't see threads on ANY of your connecting pieces, and if you do, you'll need to find the slip-in pieces before you can assemble your project.
-Make sure your PVC pipe is the same size as your fittings! Standing in front of that big wall of fittings and connectors, it's easy to grab from the wrong box. Double check each piece before you pay.
-Buy some heavy-duty clamps while you're at the hardware store, as pictured below. They're very sturdy, and will hold your blankets, material, etc. in place.


The last step? Ask your super-cute model to stand in front of your backdrop stand and take it for a test-drive. My model was a bit distracted, but daddy will be pleased to see his prop choice:


If you follow my tutorial, I'd love to hear about your experience!!

111 comments:

  1. I just bought the materials and I am off to assemble mine. You rock! Thank you so much!

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  2. Awesome!! Hope you enjoy it! I'd love to read an update when you're all done :)

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  3. I just finished it in under an hour. It is great! http://www.facebook.com/#!/photo.php?fbid=10150974849754012&set=a.10150863569634012.512306.775584011&type=1&theater. Great tutorial! I even followed your advice and had the guy cut it for me to have it fit into my Prius.
    Thank you again!
    Sandy

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  4. Aw, rats! I can't see the image. If you're a follower of my Facebook page, I welcome you to share it on the wall! :) ...I'm glad you had fun with this--and isn't it surprising how quickly it comes together?!

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  5. Thanks Chanel! I think so too :) ...I'm actually really excited to post an "action shot"--my new backdrop stand in use with a precious newborn. Just as soon as her mama gets to see her gallery!

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  6. So excited to try this! My mom has extra pvc pipe in the basement so all i have to do is cut some for the bottom part of it and buy some ends! I have my first newborn shoot so this is absolutely perfect! THANKS!!!

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  7. So what kind of fabric do I buy that is wide and long enough to cover the area of the backdrop?

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  8. A great, inexpensive option is a canvas drop cloth from the hardware store! You could probably even dye them, and I know you could paint on them. Home decor fabric would likely be wide enough, and then there are blankets and bed sheets! A full-size flat sheet would be MORE than enough, and comes in an endless array of colors.

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    1. I'm looking to buy fabric at a fabric store and would like to know how many yards I should order. I will be using Home Decor fabric which says it is 55" wide... any help would be helpful! I'm also going to go to Joann to ask what their opinion might be.

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  9. This is great, thank you so much for sharing!! I am a beginner photographer and have my first newborn session coming up. I don't want to spend the hundreds of dollars right now on a professional stand, so I am putting my husband to work this week on this. :-) I would think it would be fairly easy to add to this to make it bigger if needed, right?

    And what a great idea about the canvas drop! :-)

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  10. Thanks Christina!!! I'm ready for my shoot...PS: if anyone is looking for a cheap dropcloth for newborns, head to Joann's when they have soft fleece on sale and pick up the gray heather. Cheap, easy to wash and works great with this stand. I got 2 yards and it's plenty.

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  11. what is that cute font?!?! the one where you said "DIY back drop stand" etc. I'm totally building one this weekend.

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  12. lol! which font, now? the blog post title? or the red writing on the images?

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  13. Thank you for this blog! I am making one this coming week!

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  14. OMG I'm so excited about this!!! This is the most SIMPLE PVC backdrop stand I've ever seen - Thank you so much for sharing!!!

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  15. I'm glad so many of you love this tutorial!! If you make one, or if you already have, I'd love to see pictures of it in use :)

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  16. I just wrapped up my build for a children's beauty pageant to tomorrow and will post some shot samples soon! Thanks for the tutorial!

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  17. Did you use glue of any sort? I just tried putting mine together and it fell apart. lol I followed the tutorial but it was a NO GO lol

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    1. What on earth?! Oh my! When I assemble my stand, I sometimes have to get HELP to get the pieces apart. If I push them in too far, they're a really snug fit. Is there a chance you could have purchased conflicting PVC and fitting sizes? What variety of PVC did you purchase? Is it thick? or very thin and flexible?

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  18. What do you recommend for a good, sturdy backdrop cloth?

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    1. Good morning! I've used a number of things on this stand. You can of course hang blankets and fabric yardage. Home decor weight fabrics are really nice. You should also think outside of the box. What about a cool shower curtain? or a quilt? Bed sheets are a fun way to add a pop of color too, and very inexpensive.

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  19. Thanks for this great tutorial! Just threw it together in no time for a newborn shoot tomorrow, and I am *super* excited to use it! I'll get a shot of it in-use for you.

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  20. Loved tutorial worked out well

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  21. Christina,

    This is totally awesome!! I do photography on the side and I can say i am pretty new to it and don't know EVERYTHING, but it is a learning experience and you learn something new everytime you go out to shoot. A lot of my photography is inside but i do have two sessions where they wanted traditional setting. I thought oh dear what am i going to do until i found this. this is great. Thanks so much for sharing as it really is inexpensive to do which is even better. My only question is, is this set up for Kids and newborns? i have a adult photo shoot. should i go with longer pvc pipe to make it taller. Any help would be awesome. Thanks again.

    Kelly

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    1. Great question, Kelly! It'll stand about five feet tall after you're done with assembly. If you wish to have adults stand in front of the backdrop, I'd say, yes, make it taller! If you wish to have a family seated in front, you could probably get away with the current lengths. I use my stand for newborns, so I don't have that height issue ;)

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    2. If I make this taller, should I make the stand part longer to accommodate the height? Thanks! This is an awesome tutorial!

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    3. Unless you're making it quite a bit taller, I don't think you need to worry about increasing the length of the "feet." You could, if you're concerned, or you could also place a sand bag/bag of rice or beans/etc. over the back "feet" to make it even more steady.

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  22. Thanks Christina, and i meant that i do a lot of my sessions outside so doing them inside is new to me. I have my husband picking up the stuff for me and i ordered a photography light this morning. That is also a new thing to me on where to place the umbrella light and what not. Like i said it is a learning experience but i am loving every minute of it. thanks so much for your help. this was a great tip to everyone!!!

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    1. I had a feeling that was what you meant :) ...when you're setting up your room, remember to consider the thickness of your backdrop material and what is behind the stand. I would suggest using a relatively thick cloth, and if I were you, I'd place it up close to a wall. All of that extra light bouncing around the room could have the adverse effect of causing light to show *through* the background material, assuming you're using cloth and not seamless paper. Good luck with your session!

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  23. yes, after research and research i am using a thick cloth. :) Again thank you for all your help. I am hoping the light is here in the next few days so i can "play". I think it's great that you share your tips and tricks. not a lot of photographers do that or are willing to help. I think there afraid of the competition. lol. again, thanks so much. Look forward to your tips in the future.
    Kelly

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    1. Perfect! And thank you :) ...let me know how your session goes!

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  24. How hard is this to take apart and put back together?? My father in law is a plumber so he has all this laying around the shop:-) gonna be making this but I too have a smaller suv and would like to know how easy it is to assemble and disassemble??

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    1. Taking the stand apart is very simple! It's all about how you assemble the stand. If you push *really* hard when you're setting it up, you're going to have to pull *really* hard to get it apart again! If you don't push hard enough, it won't stay together :) ...play with the pieces some before you get to a location shoot, and you'll quickly understand what you need to do to get a sturdy fit without any acrobatics to get it apart again!

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    2. Once you find out where you like the pieces (when together) you could mark where the end of the end pieces are with a permanent marker, so you don't have to remember it, or have to play with it every time! :)

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  25. Great tutorial!!! Is it pretty sturdy? I've seen some YouTube vids and they would sway back in forth however none of them had the pipe in the middle. Thanks!!!

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    1. In my opinion, yes! It's very sturdy! I've definitely not experienced any swaying or wobbling. Of course, PVC is flexible. Use your best judgement with, say, a wild and crazy two-year-old :) ...but as a general rule, you should have no trouble at all.

      I've used my stand on carpet and wood floors, with various parts of the leg cross-braces removed to get a wider shot, etc., all with NO trouble.

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    2. {Oh! and reading your other comment--I didn't post them both since they were near duplicates. That comment moderation thing is tricky!--I do not need to weigh my stand down with anything. It stands on its own very nicely. I'm quite cautious around newborns, especially, and have NEVER felt like any extra caution is needed with my stand.}

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  26. Thanks for sharing! I'm not a photographer but I do enjoy taking my own holiday or special event photos and this is something I would LOVE to have. And seeing how you only spent $20 is even more exciting! So much better than taping sheets to my wall! Hahaha

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  27. My turn to say "Thank you!!" I just found this last night, took a pain free trip to Lowe's with my little man in tow, and was able to assemble it in no time! Your instructions were clear and easily understood. Thank you SO MUCH!

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  28. Thank you! Sleep-deprived from long days of being on the video curve (background looked fine until file was exported and compressed, going with green screen). So happy to find your simple instructions.

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  29. Awesome! So glad I found this! I have been looking for a good tutorial for this..I am off to the parts store! Thanks so much :)

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  30. Thank you! Iam doing the sets for a charity panto this is great for moveable sets ,graet instructions were clear THANK YOU FROM US ALL ON STAGE CREW. ( MERRY CHRISTMAS)

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  31. Just made this!! Came out to $21 here in VA, took less than an hour to cut and assemble! Thank you for such a great tutorial!

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  32. This is awesome! I'm a photography student at a university and I don't have the money to buy a lot of professional equipment, but I wanted to start taking photos for my portfolio. I'm doing a maternity and newborn shoot for a friend this spring, and I'm absolutely loving the idea that I can make my own backdrop stand for so little money, and really so little effort as well. Thanks so much for sharing this idea!

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  33. Thanks so very much for this, it took me less than an hour to cut from scratch & build and only cost me $75... Just brilliant! Am sewing backdrops right now to get started tomorrow :)

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  34. Wonderful tutorial!!! Thank you!!! Bought and assembled mine tonight! So excited to offer newborn shoots out of my home soon thanks to this!

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  35. I built this the other day. I made it a bit wider because of the faux flooring I made with it but everything here only cost me $60. Love it!

    http://www.flickr.com/photos/joshua_himes/8392831775/

    http://www.flickr.com/photos/joshua_himes/8392831797/

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    1. Wondering how you made this wider? What measurements did you use and what did you use to hold it in he middle to make it more sturdy.

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  36. Made this today, tutorial was very easy to follow. Thanks for the clear directions on cuts!

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  37. Just starting out and ran across this, made it today and love it!!!! Thanks for sharing this!!!

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  38. Probably a dumb question but instead of cutting the pieces when you get home ... why not having home depot cut all of the dimensions you need and then all that you have to do is put it all together?

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    1. There are no dumb questions! In the tutorial, I mention asking for a few basic cuts--mostly so that I could get the pieces through the store and into my car more easily. There is a limit to what the staff at your average store can and will do, though, and they're usually pretty busy in our neck of the woods. I didn't mind making a few cuts at home :)

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  39. Hi there, lovely tutorial, best one out there.

    Question, how would you say the stand is sturdy-wise? I was thinking of building one good for outdoor use too. Maybe as precautionary adding an extra 'arm' to make it an outward T, thoughts?

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    1. Thanks! :) A friend borrowed my stand for an outdoor birthday photo booth. She had no trouble, to my knowledge. The only "modification" she made was to weigh it down with a couple of sand bags placed over the "feet" that stick out from the back/front.

      I haven't used the stand outdoors yet, but I have used the top cross-bar to hold a brand new {heavy!!} roll of seamless photo paper. It didn't wobble a bit.

      Hope this helps you :)

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  40. Just made this for my wife, thank you for the plans, fast, easy, and cheap.

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  41. This is great!! I have been panicking on spending the money on a professional photo stand. This just saved me!

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  42. Just followed these directions & it's perfect. Thanks! And I found some curtain panels and tablecloths on clearance @ Target that are just right for the actual backdrops. Thrilled!

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    1. table cloths, curtain panels. good idea. thanks.

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  43. Thank you so much for this tutorial! I made this today and it was super easy! My only question is how do you "store" this personally? I'm a little OCD with stuff having a "place" and I was just wondering how you stored this when it was taken apart?

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    1. Hi Crystal! We've got lots of basement storage, so pretty storage wasn't a big deal for me. I use a clean five-gallon bucket to stand all of the pieces in, with the bucket in a corner and the longer lengths propped in the corner. Does that make sense?

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    2. Makes total sense! Thanks so much for the tip. :)

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    3. I threw mine into a hockey bag that my kids had outgrown, the bag has wheels so I can take it to a clients house. Perfect tutorial, but it was a little more expensive in my Canadian Home Depot.
      Total cost was 85.00 but I had them do all my cuts so I didn't need to buy the cutters.

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  44. DO you think you could do this same thing but make it twice as big and it would still hold up? Has anyone tried making a bigger one for teens/adults

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    1. What about adding some extra cross-supports for stability? Perhaps vertically, down the center? or...?

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    2. I did just that. Made mine eight feet wide and seven feet tall with a beam across the center both vertically and horizontally and a foot in the center just going behind (instead of both in front and behind like the side feet) for stability. I didn't want the foot to stick out in the center where I would have people standing. It works great for full families.

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    3. Thanks for this post... I was just asking about making a larger rig more stable.

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  45. this is great and has saved me lots of money and time!!! u rock

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  46. This is fabulous! You are saving this newbie a lot of money. Thanks so much for posting it!

    Michel
    www.amusingmamma.blogspot.com

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  47. Thank you SOOOOO MUCH FOR THIS I totally couldnt afford a 200 Backdrop holder :D

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  48. This is great!! I have a photo shoot at a pageant in a couple months and this will be awesome to bring!!

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  49. Thank you so much! I just finished making this, and it looks great! SO easy to make...the hardest part was searching for the connecting pieces at my apparently unorganized hardware store. I'm so excited to use it.

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  50. Thanks!

    In your experience, how large would you feel comfortable making this rig, before you felt it started getting too unsable? (I was thinking about following your directions, but trying it 2x wider and 2x taller.)

    -Tim

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  51. Just finished mine! Was going to but one yesterday for $169, so happy you shared with us!! Love it!! Going to make an 18 inch addition for the top to accommodate taller adults

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  52. Just made this last night! Only took me 30 minutes and cost $23! Thank you so much for the instructions. I cut two 4' pieces to add a bit more versatility. Awesome!

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  53. I is possible to make is 8 feet tall and 12 feet wide.

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    1. Certainly! It has been discussed some in the comments already, but I would suggest using connectors in the center for more manageable size lengths of PVC, and possibly even a third stand/leg in the center not support larger backdrop pieces or rolls of seamless paper. Also, consider some sand bags or other weights to keep the whole thing from tipping, as it will be considerably more top-heavy.

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  54. This was a great tutorial - very easy to follow! My biggest issue was that here in Canada I couldn't find T-joints and 90-degree joints for 1" PVC. I had to go with the 3/4" PVC, so it doesn't feel quite as sturdy as I think it would with 1".

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  55. Thank you so much for sharing! I was able to go to Home Depot and purchase everything for less than $20, cut it up with a hacksaw, and put it all together in a little over an hour, right before my very first newborn session! I've used it a few more times since and it is perfect. WSU... you must live somewhat close to me, I'm about 30 minutes from Pullman :)

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  56. Hundreds of comments, all of them positive, and mine isn't any different. I perform photography services to friends and family when I'm not in school or looking after my son and it's been really hard financially to break into the industry. Little life hacks like this are what I live for! Thank you so much! I tweaked mine a little bit so it stands 7'5" at the high bar and 4'3" at the lower bar. I plan on making an instruct able based on this page and giving you credit. I'll post the URL when I'm done. Thanks again!

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  57. I'm an upcoming photographer, and this tutorial is perfect for my first backdrop. I went in with the list and got everything cut with no problem. Thanks for the tutorial. I'll post pictures when I put it together this weekend.

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  58. thank you! I built this with my hubs last night. Yes less than $40! love it. I made an adjustment and have it adjustable...the top part is 1/2" sliding into a 1'. we drilled holes and used a pin to adjust. thankyou!!!!

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  59. I want to make one big enough for a family shoot. Tallest person being 6'2 with a total of 10 adults and a toddler. I figured 6'5 for height and width would be enough...would I just add the extra feet to the dimensions you have?

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    1. Hi Kayla, you can certainly alter the measurements in any way you'd like. As discussed in previous comments, I would be sure to use something {sand bags, etc.} to weight the bottom to prevent the structure from tipping. Also--you might consider adding width for a group of that size.

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  60. Hi nice backdrop,
    I made something similar only using coated metal tubing from an old plastic green house very simple to put together, I did run a bit short of open ended tubes (plenty that slotted into the open ended ones). But it was simple to use a pipe cutter to cut a spare section into a plain pipe to join sections. Yours was the closest to my idea i've found.

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  61. Thank you!! So easy but so helpful to have guidance, and as someone else mentioned, we appreciate you sharing your knowledge!!

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  62. Q: if someone is sitting in a chair in front of this backdrop, the backdrop height would be tall enough as to not show the top of backdrop in a picture, correct? It seems to me it would be fine, but I wanted to ask. Is it easy for one person to set up and take down, or is 2 people required? I need a backdrop that can be used at booths at malls, so I needed to find one that can easily be transported. I'm hoping this is something I can alone and not need another set of hands. Looks like a great idea, and just what I need!

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    1. There are a few variables at play here, but generally speaking, yes! I would consider the distance between the chair and the backdrop itself, and of course the height and style of the chair.

      I did this entire project by myself, with my then three-year-old. I cut the pieces {minus the cuts I had done at the store} and assembled them, and I assemble the stand solo when I use it. You don't need any hands but your own :)

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    2. Considering my needs and how I will I use this, could this be made a little smaller and the subject and backdrop still fit in a photo without the frame showing? This is not traditional photography, not studio photography. It will always be done at malls and vendor fairs, no permanent setup, always traveling, and always sitting for photo. If it can be scaled down and still work, that would be even easier to carry and build. Your input would be appreciated. :) (I was going to go get the materials, and I thought I should ask this first)

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    3. If I were you, I think I might buy and cut the pieces as listed in the original directions, and then play around. Using a test subject, take several different shots, and then see how you might be able to scale down the width or height.

      I haven't personally tried to work with a smaller version of this backdrop; and cameras, angles, lenses, etc. can vary so much! So I'd hate to tell you to chop a foot or two in each direction, only to have you disappointed with the function.

      It's easier to take away then to add to the size, so start with a larger frame than you think you might wish for :)

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  63. I'm thinking of doing something like this to create a backdrop at my wedding in September. My fiance is going to love getting to put this together! Thanks!

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  64. Just a thought... If you glue the feet parts together, then you could always fill them with play sand. The additional weight would help with any rocking and make the entire stand sturdier. You would want to make some type of little caps to close off the stands on the vertical part during travel.

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  65. Do you think this would work if I want to make it 6-8' high and 8 foot wide?

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    1. With some extra support, yes. Check out the previous comments for suggestions!

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  66. Thank you for this idea. I'm putting together a small studio and am seriously considering building this. I do have one quick question though. Do you think it would be sturdy enough for a seamless paper roll? I plan to use both cloth and paper back drops. Thanks again!

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  67. Do you think this would be sturdy enough to hold a roll of seamless paper? Thanks!

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    1. I have put seamless on it, yes! Just make sure you weigh down the "feet."

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  68. Just finished setting mine up. It's such a great size, definitely big enough even for group shots! Thank you for this tutorial. There are so many online, and yours was the easiest to follow and made the most sense design-wise. Excellent. Saved me bunches from buying one on Amazon, and the fiance thanks you, too. I got the PVC cutter, which he'd been wanting for awhile. Although I only needed it for this one project, he now has it for all his others. He's happy, too!

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  69. Could I ask a silly question? How do you attach the various backdrops to the stand? I'm hoping to make one of these in the next few days, but I admit I'm at a loss when it comes to how I'm going to actually attach these backdrops!

    Thanks! :)

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    1. Hi Amanda! Can you see those small, red clamps at the bottom of the first image in this post? The one that includes my little guy :) ...I use those! They're sold at the hardware store for a couple of dollars, and seriously strong. If I'm using seamless paper, I thread the top piece of PVC right through the center of the roll. Hope that helps!

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  70. Thanks so much for this tutorial!! I bought everything and assembled it this morning in about 15 minutes. Can't wait to surprise my hubby with my newfound knowledge of how to use the miter saw! (couldn't find a hacksaw)! I'll be taking pictures of my son all weekend now!

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  71. Hello! What size should i get in the elbows and t shapes?

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    1. Elbows and other connections are sold in corresponding sizes. For one inch pipe, you'll want to look for the fittings that are also labelled with one inch :)

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  72. Spent just under $20 bucks to make mine, I am so excited, it looks GREAT! This is perfect for what I am doing. I will post pictures when I am done. Thanks so much Christina.

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  73. Making mine today! Can't wait to rock this and have my kids see me making it myself.

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