BscPhoto wrote in post #7763013
When shooting high or low key shots, do you prefer paper or muslin backdrops? I'm currently in the process of stocking my new studio with the essentials and I currently only have black and white muslins and only red seamless paper. I'm thinking about getting a role of #1 whit paper for a job I have coming up.
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The preference for most (myself included) is thunder gray for studio, since it is middle ground between black and white you can blow the heck (if you have the output) out of it to make it go high key or control your lighting (flags, grids, etc.) and make it go black (it all depends on the space you have of course).
Ideally you can have 1 roll of black, 1 roll of white and 1 roll of another color too, but in a budget I would go with gray if you have the gear to blow it to go high key and the grids and flags + space to make it go low key.