Store them of course. Savage has a nice sponge system for storing backdrops, the right way - standing up.
Why do you want to store them standing up? Because if you store seamless paper lying down you will get rippled paper. The weight of the paper sets on the bottom part of the paper and presses it against the floor. While this does not crease the paper, it reshapes it into an oval, and when rolled out it will show ripples. not that good.
So, how about that Savage system again? Well, to store a seamless upright, you'll need a wall as high at least as the length of the paper - 3 meters. While this is not rare in studios it is kinda rare in home studios. Click to continue ›