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Re: Green screen lighting set up nightmare....advice needed

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Alan LloydRe: Green screen lighting set up nightmare....advice needed
by on Jul 3, 2010 at 11:25:53 pm

Yeah - OCD to be sure.

The real client piece I fussed more with, of course, and it was over a better background in the bargain.

Using regular tungsten on the greenscreen, I've normally put white silk on to spread the beams out and make the lighting on the BG a taste more even. Works well, and I'm generally happy with the results.

Maybe if the edge light on the subject had been just a bit more "butch" the key would have been bang-on right out of the box. And if he'd been willing to take a bit of powder to knock down those forehead pings...

See what you started?


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