Here is a close up of one method to hang your background on the poles. I purchased a 10’ electrical conduit from Home Depot. It is tapered on one end so that it will insert into another conduit and extend as long and as many pieces as the electrician needs. Here, I bought one and cut it in half so that it will fit in the car for location shoots. The tapered end now inserts into the open end of the other piece and it is sturdy for a role of paper and will not sag like commercial background kits when you hang a muslin or canvas background on it. I then place two large spring clamps onto the top of the stand and lay the pole into the V of the clamps handle.The content you are trying to access is only available to members. Sorry.