May 31, 2023


Published May 23, 2023, 5:20 a.m. by Jerald Waisoki

Are you looking for an easy and affordable way to take your YouTube and Instagram videos to the next level? If so, then you need a diy backdrop ceiling stand!

With this stand, you'll be able to film professional-looking videos without spending a lot of money. Plus, it's easy to set up and use, so you'll be able to get started right away.

Here's what you'll need to make your own diy backdrop ceiling stand:

1. Two tripods

2. A piece of plywood or a similar material

3. Four clamps

4. A drill

5. A saw

6. A measuring tape

7. A hammer

8. Nails

9. A level

10. A drill bit that is slightly larger than the nails

11. A saw blade

12. Paint or a similar material (optional)

13. backdrop material (optional)

14. A camera

15. A tripod mount for your camera

16. A computer or laptop (optional)

17. Editing software (optional)

18. A microphone (optional)

19. A light stand (optional)

20. Lights (optional)

Now that you have all of the supplies that you need, it's time to get started!

1. Begin by setting up the two tripods. Place them approximately four feet apart from each other.

2. Place the piece of plywood or similar material on top of the tripods. Make sure that the plywood is level.

3. Use the clamps to secure the plywood to the tripods.

4. Drill four holes into the plywood. These holes should be evenly spaced and should be large enough for the nails to fit through.

5. Place the nails through the holes and into the tripods. Hammer the nails into the tripods until they are secure.

6. Use the saw to cut two pieces of wood that are four feet long and two inches wide. These pieces of wood will be used as the crossbars for your stand.

7. Place the crossbars on top of the plywood, perpendicular to the tripods. The crossbars should be placed so that they are evenly spaced and are four feet apart from each other.

8. Use the clamps to secure the crossbars to the plywood. Make sure that the clamps are tight so that the crossbars don't move.

9. Drill four holes into each crossbar. These holes should be evenly spaced and should be large enough for the nails to fit through.

10. Place the nails through the holes and into the crossbars. Hammer the nails into the crossbars until they are secure.

11. Your stand is now complete! You can now add a backdrop, if desired. Simply hang the backdrop material from the crossbars using nails or tacks.

12. Set up your camera on the tripod mount and position it so that it is pointing towards the stand.

13. If you are using a computer or laptop, open the editing software and connect the camera to the computer using the appropriate cables.

14. If you are using a microphone, connect it to the camera or computer.

15. If you are using lights, set them up on the light stand and position them so that they are shining on the stand.

16. You are now ready to start filming! Experiment with different angles and shots to get the best results.

17. When you are finished filming, edit the footage as desired and then upload it to YouTube or Instagram!

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this is the path one of hanging your

background on a budget and I show you

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usually film in front of this wall hit

however because I've changed my filming

set up I don't have a wall to work with

and every way it's pretty much busy so I

kind of need to create my own DIY set so

for the first set job what I'm gonna be

needing is this ok so I got this as a

reflector it came in a 5 in 1 reflector

and this is what I use in diffusing

however as you guys can see he has like

a white soft diffusion over he can also

use this as a backdrop again you have to

know how to maximize what you already

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lying around your living room your

huming room I want to do like use it to

create or background what you can do is

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that's it if you guys want to have like

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is a before so it's going to make the

background look really bright alright so

this is what my background isn't looking

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behind me now because this is hanging up

this is hanging off my ceiling in my

tend to move a bit if I turn off the

lights behind me you guys will see that

there's a huge difference it's going to

look dull and not as bright as it is

right now so in case you guys don't have

da reflect or you don't have that lights

user over there and something else you

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fabric whatever color you want to use

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in this I'm just going to be using the

space above me and around here to also

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this your filming Instagram and section

then this side could be your YouTube

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