I've always wanted to achieve the very white NON WRINKLED look on pictures. Do most of you use the seamless paper and lighting to achieve this? I bought muslin several months ago and it's the worse when it comes to wrinkles. I mean THE WORSE! The muslin that I bought is HUGE!!! So there's really no way to store it when switching backdrops without creating wrinkles. I have an entire extra livingroom set up for picture taking, so I never have to take down anything...unless I'm switching backgrounds. Do you suggest seamless paper? If so, where is a good cheap place to get it? What size do you suggest I would need for doing full portraits of people? How do you set up the lighting to achieve the full white look? Any suggestions on a way to get wrinkles out of my muslin? I've tried throwing them in the dryer and immediately hanging them up...still wrinkled. I tried wetting them down then the dryer...still wrinkled. Short of ironing them...which I think would be impossible because of the size and would probably end up wrinkled by the time I got down to the end of it. UGH!