Years ago I worked in an advertising agency that made flyers for newspapers, they wanted photographs without distractions in the background for the four-colour printing process. Photographs without a seam between what you are photographing is siting on, and the wall behind it as in this photograph.

Step 1: Seamless Backdrop Design

This is called a seamless backdrop, where the wall behind what you are photographing blends in with what you are photographing is siting on. Seamless backdrops are easy to make and I will show you how to make one out of simple materials.

Sharp Knife

Cardboard box
Flexible card sheet
2-inch Gorilla tape
Haha this is soo cool<br>and yes I was aware of this way to take pictures. thanks for sharing this I think I will try this and add it to my studio.
Nice, I'm thinking you could be left handed :-)<br><br>Voted for you.<br><br>A
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This is worth posting in the forums under random-fun
Thanks I knew someone would suggest a good spot.
There is a good joke there but this is a public forum.

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