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On the theater stage, a large, taut, flat canvas, usually hung from the grid at the rear of the stage to mask the backstage area.
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ca also works to keep the process of printing backdrops for businesses in Ontario as simple as possible.
In Westerns we get to play against huge backdrops and dastardly villains.
For the channel to fully endorse Prysm speaks volumes about the quality and long term impact LPD technology will have, transforming screen backdrops and live correspondence displays.
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Although the Photographic Backdrop team will now be operating under the name Backdrop Express, they want to assure returning customers that they will continue to offer the same great customer service and same high-quality products.
Handmade quilts sewn by members of the Antelope Valley Quilt Association and High Country Quilt Club will provide the backdrop and props for ``Quilters,'' a play about pioneer women whose only legacy from their hard lives were the quilts they made and the children they bore.
White House Custom Colour, the premier professional photographic and press printer, today announced the expansion of its product offering with the launch of Backdrops by WHCC, a line of contemporary, wrinkle-free printed photography backdrops for portrait photographers.
ShutterBooth provides a variety of beautiful fabric backdrops for you to choose from, or a customized logo can be featured on a vinyl backdrop.
You help an all-female music group create multiple tracks of music, tie it to backdrops and lighting, then watch the group perform.
In keeping in toe with their motto, they most recently launched their newest line of custom wedding gear: Personalized Photo Booth Backdrops.
He has chosen--and not for reasons of economy--to use painted backdrops and digital techniques for the exterior sequences, most of them depicting scenes of massacre, flight, revolutionary mobilization.
The first of four backdrops featured a great arch that made the space in front of it seem cavernous, like a vault beneath a gigantic bridge.