My First Attempt At Using A Green Screen Chromakey
I'm posting this note to thank you for the information about setting up a studio for Green Screen. Your website provided me with useful information whilst I was researching setting up a Home Studio for video production with Green Screen.
You can see an example the first video produced, on this page www.bagpipe-tutorials.com/mull-of-kintyre.html. I filmed and produced this yesterday afternoon.
I don't think I have the color balance thingy right as Bill appears to be a bit "blue" in color. I will use another background when I get time to design one in Photoshop. Maybe it is because of my White Balance. I can't work out how to use it on my Cannon HV30.
I am still working on my lighting. I shot this video using 4 * 23 wat fluorescent day light bulbs I purchased from the home depot. Two lights where used to illuminate Bill and two lights for the Green Screen
So far my Green Screen (NZ$130) and light setup have cost me about NZ$200 and I expect to spend NZ$200 and the studio will be complete.
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