Hi am a recent graduate that is about to shoot a music video on the F900 Cinealta, I need advice about anything I should watch out for when it comes to studio shooting with the Cinealta.
It would really appreciated to get some advice from seasoned proffessionals as I have been thrown into the deep end!
Camera-wise, the main caution would be to turn the detail off. This will give you the best and most natural edge for the key. Also be sure to turn shutter on to 180 degrees if you're shooting at 24/25 or 30 fps, otherwise there will be too much motion blur, especially if there is action.
As far as lighting, as usual for all keys, make background screen as even as possible and place exposure under key. For example if you're keying faces to 60 ire, make greenscreen 40 ire. This will also help keeping reflected light off screen to a minimum.