Thursday Oct 24, 2019

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How to Set

Up a Clean

Green Screen Shot

In video production, if you want to place your subject someplace else--on a beach, for example, when you live in the…
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By Caryn Tayeh
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In video production, if you want to place your subject someplace else--on a beach, for example, when you live in the midwest--you probably know you need to shoot against a green screen. This visual effects technique is called chroma key compositing, and nowadays, even free video editing software like i movie will have the capability to key out greens from your footage. That being said, chroma-keying can get tricky in post, and there are a lot of factors to consider when shooting to set yourself up for success and ensure excellent results.

via GIPHYThe ScreenThe first item of business is to confirm that you do, in fact, want a green screen. Most attention should be paid to making sure your subject is lit to match the final composited shot. Even if you correctly separate your subject….

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