DIY Photo Backdrops | 55 Amazing Easy Do-It-Yourself Backdrops for Your Photos

You don’t need to have an expensive photo studio to produce amazing photos. With some creativity and a little effort there are plenty of ways to create your own backdrops. And more good news is that the creative aspect has already been done for you by countless photographers and bloggers that have shared their own DIY backdrop ideas. Here you’ll find links to guides, tutorials and showcases that show backdrops that you can create and use in your own photography. Browse through the collection and I’m sure you’ll find a few that will be perfect for your own needs. Most of them can be done inexpensively, and many are relatively easy and quick.

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Soft Pastel Effect in Photoshop is a Popular Tutorial: Check It Out Photographypla.net

One of the more popular tutorials on our blog is How to Create a Soft Pastel Effect in Lightroom. After publishing that tutorial we received some requests to write a tutorial for a similar effect in Photoshop, so that is what we will be looking at today. The effect that we will be creating is not the same as the one in Lightroom, but it is a similar soft color effect with a pastel tone.

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Vintage Film Effect Lightroom Gives You Film-Inspired Looks for Photos

In this tutorial we will quickly walk through the process of easily creating a vintage film-inspired look in Lightroom. This effect is not intended to replicate the look of any particular film, it is just a look inspired by an old film photograph. The settings used in the tutorial are from one of the presets in our collection of Vintage Film Lightroom Presets. That collection includes 30 different presets, so if you like this effect be sure to check out the full collection.

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How to Create a Soft Pastel Effect Lightroom, Plus a Free Preset

In this tutorial we’ll walk through the process of creating a nice, soft pastel effect in Adobe Lightroom. At the end of the tutorial you’ll also be able to download a free preset that will apply the settings shown in the tutorial, so you can use the preset on your own photos if you don’t want to work through the steps. This pastel effect can be used with a wide variety of photos, but they tend to work very well with portraits and outdoor photos.

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