To assemble the frame, first create the feet. Insert the 18-inch-long pieces into two sides of a T joint, with the additional opening facing upward. Add T joints to the ends of each of those pieces, as shown, with the additional opening facing sideways. Insert the 6-inch-long pieces into the side T joint openings. Repeat for both sides. Add end caps if desired.
Next, insert the 4-foot-long pieces into the upward facing T joints in the middle of each base. To each of these pieces, add a T joint as shown. Horizontally insert one of the 6-foot-long pieces into the side T joint, thus joining the leg pieces together. Insert the 3-foot-long pieces into the top of each T joint and top with elbow joints, facing inward. Insert the other 6-foot-long piece to span the top.
Plug your light strands together. Using zip ties, drape the lights over the top of the frame as shown. Then, layer the white fabric over the top of the lights, using clamps to hold it in place. The clamps won't be visible in your photographs (unless you are photographing someone really tall — in that case, perhaps a chair is in order).
To create the sparkle effect, make sure your subject is at least 18 inches away from the backdrop and that you are focused on her face. Try to take your photographs using natural light — avoid using a flash so as to avoid shadows. When all else fails, set up your backdrop outside, in indirect sunlight.
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