A couple weeks ago, we posted “A Guide on Green Screen and Chroma Key Technology” which talked about the uses of a green screens as well as tips and benefits of using one. Read on and watch this video to find out the different between green screen and blue screen for chroma key.
Green Screen Vs. Blue Screen
One of the coolest tricks in a Chicago videographer expert’s arsenal is chroma key, the process where a subject is filmed in front of a single-color backdrop, and then post-production replaced the color backdrop with an image. This process is incredibly popular in big budget feature films, especially science fiction and fantasy movies. But doing this at home, or in a small video production company is rather simple and cost-effective too. Even Video One Productions has its own green screen in the back.
When using chroma key, producers usually stick to a green or a blue screen, depending on the circumstances of the video and their own preferences. In a recent episode of Reel Rebel, we learn the difference between either color and provide some tips to make an effective online video production using the post-production technique.
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