Sometimes a photographer’s life can get boring if you are doing the same things all the time.
If you are a blogger, you may find yourself using the same photography set up over and over again.
This can lead you to becoming uninspired and even burned out.
In this post, I share some ways you can get over photography burn out and get creative again —> 5 Steps to Bounce Back From Photography Burn Out.
Today, I want to share with you some ideas for new backgrounds that might get your creative juices flowing again.
A great background can make all the difference in indoor photography, even if you don’t have your own “studio”.
9 Simple DIY Photography Background Ideas for Shooting Indoors
Creating A White Background In A Cardboard Box @ Handmadeology
DIY White Marble Photography Background @ Thirteen Thoughts
$10 DIY Food Photography Backgrounds @ Savor & Savvy
How To Make Wood Photography Boards @ Love Grows Wild
Baking Tray Backgrounds for Food Photography @ Edible Perspective
Photography Backdrops: Vinyl Placemats @ Ashlee Marie
Putting Up a Faux Wall @ Laura K Allen Photography
DIY Painted Food Photography Background @ Nourish
Cheap Food Photography Backgrounds @ Healthy Laura
These awesome ideas make me want to get my craft vibe on and get started!
Whether you are shooting food photography, still life or indoor portraits, its always fun to have a new background!
There are many ways you can make fun backgrounds that don’t cost you tons of money. So don’t be afraid to experiment and make your backgrounds your own.
Do you have other DIY photography background ideas to share? Let us know in the comments below. And if you found this post helpful, please share. Thanks!