Finding backplates for composites can really get on your nerves. Most stock backplates are either dirty, smeared with graffiti or both, too small, badly photographed or simply not that exciting.
Then you think: “Well, this one could have been so nice if it was just shot well” and resume the search for the ultimate backplate.
Well. We can solve all these problems for you!
Oh yes, our Decay series rocks! We offer the coolest and most secret desolated and lost places, the ones that have not yet been completely vandalized by man and are so… so… extra-creepy!
Our photographer uses a $50,000 medium format camera when on the road. Not only that, she waited for hours and hours until the right light came in, the rooms were slightly fogged so the light beams were accented, the perspectives were neatly selected and then “click”. No quick shots, each photo is the finest fine art material.
We do not want an attribution (okay, of course, we’re happy if you want to mention us, but it’s not a must). If you buy our files, you can use them for your composites, create something new, and you do not have to remember where the stuff comes from.
Our files are 80 megapixels. This means that a high-resolution image from a modern DSLR can be composited into these backplates without scaling. No quality loss, no need to scale and definitely no need to enlarge the background.
We are not only serving these absolutely awesome JPG, we are also serving edit friendly 16bit Tiff-Files (Yes, that’s the annoying 48GB part).
The Decay Archive 12 is absolutely awesome. It’s that simple.