The Best Light-Colored Backdrops with Iga logan

The Best Light-Colored Backdrops with Iga logan

The Best Light Colored Backdrops with Iga logan


I have been photographing babies for a little over 7 years now. I have a small studio in Central Florida, Iga Logan Photography. I have used different backdrops from different vendors, but I definitely have my favorite. Intuition Backgrounds is, hands down, my absolute favorite backdrop company ever. My clients almost always request the Intuition backdrops in my studio. The colors are perfect and the materials are amazing. I can also wash the mat floor material when needed. A quick spot clean or even a power wash works amazing. The mat floors also have a rubber backing that will keep them from slipping when moving around on them.

I have always been a big fan of a beautiful white floor. A little bit of a rustic look makes the perfect combination with my style. Braxton is simply beautiful. Its' diagonal planks create a rustic and vintage look. It's a newer floor. I always like to snatch up their new designs. I like to pair it with a floral design for the little girls a lot of the time. It pairs beautifully with Intuition's Juliette Light backdrop. Juliette Light is very feminine and classy.

Tusk has to be my absolute favorite backdrop ever. This is a beautiful, simple, ivory backdrop with a bit of texture. I use it in the studio all of the time for family, children, babies etc. You name it - I use it! The backdrop doesn’t take away from the subject, but it’s subtle enough and perfect in every way. I can always add extra props for more fun sessions like a first birthday, cake smash or a milk bath. I also use the Tusk backdrop as a floor at times too in order to create more subtle images for little ones. I believe I have 3 Tusk backdrops due to its' popularity. I like to pair them together a lot of the time to create a timeless look.



Another light-colored backdrop I love is the Dover backdrop. It is simple with rustic accents. It has a slight hint of concrete and distress. It really compliments the Tusk and Braxton backdrops perfectly.

There are many other light-colored backdrops that I love but those are just a few of my favorites!

If you are a new or established photographer I strongly suggest ordering your floors and backdrops from Intuition. They have the best customer service you can ask for. Responses are quick and they are always ready to help. I have many fellow photographer friends and we often use the same floors. We can all agree that Intuition floors and backdrops are great products and definitely something to purchase. I can’t say enough how happy I am with their products. I am always looking for new products on their website.

About the Author
Iga Logan was born and raised in Poland. She moved to the United States in 2001. Not long after moving here, she met her amazing husband. They decided to start a family, which started her passion for photography. Her hard work and patience brought her to where she is now. She enjoys showing her creativity through the camera lens. She prides herself in capturing special moments through quality photos.


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