At some point every photographer uses a backdrop of some sort. The problem is that they are usually large, heavy, and cumbersome. Hanging them can be a bit of a pain and mounting hardware can get pricey especially if you are dealing with multiple backdrops. Jay P. Morgan of the Slanted Lens offers up 3 simple DIY solutions for mounting backdrops that will save you time, money, and headaches.
As a studio owner I have had to come up with a few of my own methods for hanging various backdrops around my space. I have used everything from muslins, to various fabrics, netting, and even huge sheets of foil. Jay P. Morgan offers up a few methods for hanging backdrops around your own space with nothing more than some pieces from the hardware store. These look like fantastic ideas which I may just implement myself.
What kind of DIY solutions have you used for hanging your backdrops?