Hangar 18 Miniatures

Shades of Blue (Large Print)

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High Definition Tabletop Photo Background for Miniatures

Enhance the photo of your miniatures with this high definition tabletop photo backdrop. Hangar 18 Miniatures HiDef Tabletop Photo Background - Shades of Blue is printed on a sturdy yet flexible fabric and does not produce any glare. It will make the photo of your miniatures look professional. 

The Shades of Blue is a classic product/catalog photo background that with linear gradient from soft blue to white. You can install it to get the shade from blue to white or the other way around: from white to blue. This background is perfect for any miniatures, jewelry or small craft items.

The compact size of 11 x 17 inch (Size A3) makes it perfect to fit in the 12" EZ Cube or any tabletop photo booth. Simply lay it against the inside wall of your photo booth. Other ways to install: Put a paint masking tape on the back of the backdrop to stick it to any surface.

Now available in bigger sizes for large scale models and vignettes/dioramas:

  • 16 x 23 inch (Size A2)
  • 23.4 x 33 (Size A1)
  • 33 x 46.8 (Size A0)

Make sure you check other Hangar 18 Photo Background Studio Series textures.

2 Reviews

Jonathan Doyle 28th May 2015

shades of blue.

I have been really pleased with the photo backdrops that I have bought from Hangar 18. I had always struggled to get any type of decent photos even when I was using a decent photo box set up. Then I came across these and the instantly leveled up my photography skills. The shades of blue that I bought through the website is so practical that I own a second copy for use away from home. I highly recommend this product.

Randall Wunder-Smith 16th Jul 2013

Took my mini photos a significant step up!

Previously, I used images of gradients widely available on the internet -- some of them created by miniature painters. I'd print them out on my inkjet printer, with the common result that the blue tone would be darker and desaturated than I wanted. Moreover, printing lines were usually visible. Lastly, one stray contact with moisture turned my backdrop into a smudged mess. I bought this basic blue backdrop as an experiment, to see if it would actually look better in photos. It most certainly does, and it's worth the fifteen bucks I plunked down for it. Moreover, since it's printed on a flexible vinyl (?), it naturally assumes a smooth curve in my lightbox. I recommend it wholeheartedly, and will soon be purchasing more backdrops from Hangar 18.

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