I'm posting here because most of you are also producers and not only editors and this is the forum that I feel more comfortable with … lol
I'm needing some advice.
I've got a client that I've been producing and post producing his training videos. Usually we do it in green screen and create a virtual set.
For the next one he wants it to have that "Apple Look". White background … more clean, etc … .
In my opinion ( I might be wrong ), lightening with a white background, certainly reflects the lights and make the whole "picture" to have a washed look. To prevent that I think that I should still record it in green screen and make a white/clean background digitally.
Probably I will have more work to do during the keying process to avoid the green color spill over the subjects but it would be better than having a washed look that could be worst to fix it in post color grading.
Am I right ?
thanks in advance to you all.
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