In this post, we are going to share the list of the 25 most popular YouTube backdrops.
One of the best things about video production is that it’s just a blank canvas to express how you feel. Here are 100 Video Production Backdrops, with some ideas on how you can use them in your videos. Find one that fits the tone of your project and get creative.
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Blinged- Out Backdrops
- Lighting Gallery
Miyavi’s “Guilty” is one of the most ridiculous music videos I have ever seen in my life, but at least he looks good in it. There are so many stunning backdrops here that it’s hard to choose a favorite. …I mean, I’m all about shiny fabric and nature scenes, okay.
Let’s all take a second and admire their collection of disco balls. They’re like shiny crystals that promise better-looking children (and more).
- Old Town Road
We’ve got some old white brick walls AND we’ve got ice cream, guys! *Dolores Umbridge voice* IT MUST BE GOOD! This scene looks like it’s straight out of a sepia-tinted music video from the early 2000s, but with fewer leather pants and more honest smiles.
I’m sure you could find better locations for this song if you’re willing to travel back in time about 15 years, but I think this works just fine.
- Blue on Blue
Lights + Water + Liquid sky scenes = Stunning backdrop, according to the all-knowing internet folks! I love that they found a way to make it work for his sad songs and his peppy songs. They’re all equally amazing to look at! And the colors, my goodness — they’re like a full rainbow in each scene.
- On the Rocks
Forget ice cream and disco balls: THIS is what we need for summertime music videos! Snow, ice cream, snow-covered trees, mountains, and a backdrop that looks like something straight out of Disney’s Frozen?
Joon’s got the right idea. We should take some inspiration from this video for next year — throw on our patched-up denim vests and make it happen… but let’s not show our reindeer friends some real violence.
- Food Court of Death
When I think about this music video for “Death Wish,” I get the feeling that someone said: “Hey, let’s throw all the things in this music video! Food, blood, knives… hell, why not have a naked dance scene?
We’ll get so many views!” And hey — it worked. There are food court scenes AND it’s bloody AND there’s a great song to boot? I’m in for this one.
- Library of Dreams
I know that this song wasn’t a bop or anything, but I’m still glad that they decided to release this music video full of… well… books.
My only gripe is that I wish they would’ve done more with it — I feel like super bright sound effects and a happy song don’t exactly go together, but what do I know? It worked out pretty well for them.
- River’s Edge
Even though it’s pretty cliche, I think this is one of the most stunning backdrops for a sad song. It can be easy to overdo it with sad songs, but they didn’t go overboard here!
The scene with Yuna having her dramatic monolog in the rain was perfect. And who knows what happens behind all those trees… maybe there’s a better world behind them? Maybe it’s the same one that Taemin is always trying to go back to? It would make sense.
- School Grounds
I know I’m biased because this video has Jonghyun in it, but I’m pretty sure the school grounds are one of my favorite backdrops for any song.
Maybe I’ve fallen prey to wanting to be an artsy high school student with a big enough backpack to carry all my supplies around, but it’s probably something much deeper than that. OHHH YEAH! Okay, I think it’s somewhere in between.
- Creepy Forest
I don’t know if this song was supposed to be a bop or not, but either way — YG did a great job of making the creepiest forest ever just for this song! Not only that but there are so many hidden Easter eggs that it’s worth watching this video on repeat just to see what you can find.
I mean, look at those trees? Are they sentient beings or something? If only the song was good enough to justify making this creepy forest epic.
- Pit of Fire
Um… I know this song is about making a girl fall in love with you by showing her your good side, but FELICIA please! Just because it’s not real doesn’t mean you can’t at least try to make it work.
This backdrop is stunning and gives me all the Life is Strange feels, but not only that — all the “BRB I’m gonna go make a time machine” feels too.
- Inflatable Backdrop
Fire Mountain Gems and Beads Price: $28.00 [plus shipping, handling, etc.] This is a great choice for an inflatable backdrop because you can easily put it away in a bag and store it.
It is also a great option if you need to bring your backdrop somewhere else after the event because it is so light and easy to transport.
- Fabric Backdrop
Jo-Ann Fabric and Craft Stores Price: $8.29 [plus shipping, handling, etc.] This is a great option if you’re looking for a backdrop but you can’t find one that is the right size and color.
You can always make your own and hang it up at an event using wire, string, or tape.
- Postage Stamp Backdrop
Paper Mart Price: $1 per yard [plus shipping, handling, etc.] This is a great choice because it is cheap and cheerful. It would be easy to transport and set up, too.
- Bubblegum Balloons Backdrop
Party City Price: $6 [plus shipping, handling, etc.] This backdrop makes for a great centerpiece at any event and comes in nine different colors: black, blue, gold, green, orange, pink, purple, silver, and yellow.
- Doily Backdrop
Martha Stewart Price: ~$5 [plus shipping, handling, etc.] If you’re looking for a way to create a backdrop that is elegant and classy-looking but isn’t going to cost a lot of money or take up a lot of space, this is the right choice for you. All you need are doilies and tape.
Conclusion: Youtube Backdrops 2022
It’s no secret that YouTube is one of the best ways to get your video content discovered these days. When it comes to online videos, YouTube probably has more eyeballs on it than any other site on the Internet.
That being said, you can’t just upload a random video and expect people to watch it once they see your thumbnail. Sure, if you land some big-name celebrity for your video, that might get people to watch the first few seconds of your video, but what’s going to keep them watching.
Fortunately, there are many tricks that can help make your videos go viral (or at least improve their chances), and one of the easiest ways is by creating stunning YouTube backdrops.