Light, Shoot, and Composite
In the second course in his two-part series on green-screen (and blue-screen) tools and techniques, author, producer, and VFX Artist Jeff Foster covers the nitty-gritty of production and post-production. On the production side, you’ll learn how to build your own portable lights, create professional lighting setups, and shoot with a green or blue screen outdoors. You’ll also get tips on choosing keying software and working with virtual sets. All this will help you get the best footage possible; however, there will always be things you need to “fix in post,” so this course will also help you fix problem shots.
This workshop covers techniques for lighting, shooting, compositing, and optimizing green or blue screen footage.
Shooting on a Budget: Building Your Own Lights
This chapter explores some ideas for making the most of your budget by building your own lights.
Professional Lighting Setups: Studio and Portable
This chapter looks at some higher-end lighting options, both studio and portable.
In this chapter we’ll explore some of the software options available to you for keying and matte extraction.
Working with Virtual Sets
Virtual sets offer some extremely powerful capabilities. This chapter looks at the tools and techniques involved.
Compositing footage from different sources can be tricky – you need to make sure the elements match. This chapter will explore some techniques for doing so.
Fixing Problem Green Screen Shots
This chapter looks at some common problems you're likely to encounter when working with green screen footage and suggests solutions.
Project Files are not included!
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