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Re: Luma Key or Chroma Key Shoot for White Background Compositing?

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Paul CarpenterRe: Luma Key or Chroma Key Shoot for White Background Compositing?
by on May 14, 2012 at 8:59:15 pm

Thanks for your reply. I guess I could patch any internal white holes (caused by blown highlights) by placing a white solid behind the problem area of the footage? I see what you mean about the edging issue though. Do you think the luma key will leave thick edges or very thin ones? Could I sort the edge with a feather?


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