Studio space is precious, and so is your equipment and backdrops. There are few things that annoy more than pulling out your seamless paper for a shoot, only to find it damaged, crinkled, stained, or otherwise mangled.

In this BTS video by Rob Grimm, you learn a cool way to not only store your background materials in a safe, out of the way place, but also how to build the actual DIY storage unit.

The Best Way to Store Your Photography Seamless Paper

[rewind: How to Keep Costs Down When Creating a New Photography Studio]

Now, if only this works for my shoe collection. (I’m kidding – but really – that would be cool.)

How you come across any cool storage tips for photography lately? I would love to hear about them.

Until Next Time . . .

Stay Inspired ~ Jules