12 Tips For Getting a Better Green Screen Key

Since we're about a month away from the 2015 NAB Show, I thought it would be timely to look back at some of the useful information I came away with from last year's sessions.

In this post, I want to talk about green screen workflows. Those of you who have worked on green screen shoots before (and that's probably a majority of you) know how important it is to properly light your green screen and light and place your talent. Otherwise, the edges of your key will be blotchy and your talent will have a green glow.

I had the opportunity to attend Jeff Foster's class, in which he provided some extremely valuable information for setting up, lighting, and shooting green screens. By adhering to his tips, you can get a nice, clean key in post-production.

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