Texture can be thought of as the surface quality element in a piece of art. 2D and 3D textures create an illusion of depth and substance. It's no surprise that graphic designers and painters alike will use different techniques to bring out texture in order to distinguish their work and capture an audience's attention. Texture is unmistakable to the eye and you know it right away when you see it.
Why do Photographers use Textured Backdrops?
Denny's collection of textured backdrops take inspiration from everyday objects that you would find in your home, in the city, or out in nature. Aged copper, the shiny surface of gold tinfoil, and the rush of running water are a few of the textures that capture the imagination and make photos pop.
Some photo shoots require a little more depth than what a solid color can provide and thats why both seasoned and budding photographers trust Denny for printed textured backdrops. A wonderful choice for portraits of children, students, brides, and families.