Whether or not you’re a big TV news studio, working with your school or university news team, or otherwise involved in covering events – you know that the perfect backdrop is vital! A lot of people opt to go digital nowadays, but sometimes that is not an option. If you’re looking for something that is easy to set up, can be portable or permanent, and is bright, vibrant, and will not fade over time. You might want to consider getting a printed news backdrop.
Studio backdrops are on the rise. Above all it is a cheap and versatile way to change it up for your viewers.
On national bowling day, August 12th, Fox and friend invited Kelly Kulick a professional bowling champion to teach the host some new bowling moves. Fox chose our backdrops as decor for their show. Click Here to see this backdrop in action!?
In conclusion, printed fabrics are everywhere! It is an inspiring time to be in the printing business. We are witnessing a new trend – the rise of printing on cloth. This fabric is hard to tear it is washable, lightweight, easy to transport. We offer a blackout option as well. The uses are endless from the trade show floor to photo booths, and now you can see it on your TV screen.
Step and repeat backdrops are great for branding and exposure. Making a memorable impression on clients as well as preparing them for what to expect. Branding involves advertising, product consistency, customer service, merchandise, giveaways, promotions, and more. Advertising is one of the essential pillars of branding and step and repeats are a great tool. Ideally, step and repeat backdrops are used as a photo opportunity and then the images are shared on social media bringing more viewership and recognition of the brand.
Logo step and repeats are versatile you can display at a conference, trade shows, expos and number of other events. Knowing what type of event you are creating the step and repeat for helps a lot in designing it. But what ultimately decides the size of the logos is the people in front.
The best size for big groups of people is large logos with generous spacing where the photographer would have to zoom out to capture everyone and reveal a recognizable logo. Smaller logos work great when taking close-ups of one to two people.
If you don’t know the feel of the event and can’t figure out what size of logos to use just setting a large image in the middle of a small logo step and repeat pattern can solve the problem.
Choose a pattern to symbolize relationships between partners when dealing with multiple logos. Portraying one logo more prominent then the rest will give the impression of a parent company and having two logos the same size and space around suggest a partnership.
Curious about how we can help? We have a design team on hand, ready to get you out of your creative block. Upload your logo and tell us about your show and see what we do for you at www.exhibitbackdrops.com/free-mock-up