Green screen method introduction in the studio
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Studio set up
An adapter ring must be attached to lens.
Fitting the collar
The Collar rotates in to place like a lenshood
Connecting the wirey bits
still connecting the wire bits
Attaching the HDMI cable
Using the monitor for menu choice in camera
LED Brightness Controller Unit _ the light is constant
The curtain is higly reflecitve at 90 degrees
Studio set up
Ring Green light emitter. The curtain grey curtain behind reflects the light directly back.
side view with heavy tripod
Using a manikin for focusing
Using the monitor to see effects. Green LEDS not
LED lights be used to light
Plain Screen- note slight scintillation
Illuminated green-very shiny
Another use for the table.
Using an additional green area
The Green is illuminated- but the angle of view is as close to 90 degrees as makes no difference
Extreme close up
View of the monitor. HDMI cable connects camera to monitor. This enables a realtime view of the projected background. Here the green elements are clearly visible
Timing is an invaluable skill
“What shall I say?”
Long Close up
Using focus on the monitor
Video files taken
My class green screen creations
I used my my darkroom experiments as back drop to try and create a swimming effect like the ‘Fantastic Voyage’. Where humans in submarine are injected inside a a critically ill patient.
The effect is not great. The process has been too aggressive on parts of the image especially around the models trainers. I suspect these are reflective parts of the shoe and have therefore reflected the green light