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Artificial 64cm Palm Leaf Stem Photography Styling Prop

Type
Monstera
Monstera
Palm
Eucalyptus

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Description


    A little slice of paradise! Add some tropical flare with the Artificial palm leaf stem photography styling prop. Nothing makes a flat lay pop quite like a touch of greenery, these hardy styling props are perfect for shoots and will last for years to come.

    The Palm Leaf stems are made of plastic so they are easy to clean and maintain, which saves you the hassle of sourcing real palm leaves for each shoot, these can be used over and over again and kept on hand for whenever inspiration strikes. The long separated leaf segments are perfect for creating dynamic shadows in both product photography and fashion photography. The bendable metal stem will make it easy to bend, shape and create the perfect look to make your flat lay stand out.

    These leaves aren't just limited to flat lays and product photography, they can be used as styling props for weddings, events or home staging or used creatively in fashion photo shoots too. They are durable and long lasting and work great with our flat lay backdrop range!

    *Please note: Lifestyle images are used for illustration purposes only, please see 'What's Included' section for full product inclusions. 

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