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Re: Tricky Green Screen Shoot Requires Your Brain Power

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Curt PairRe: Tricky Green Screen Shoot Requires Your Brain Power
by on Jun 17, 2009 at 2:13:37 am

We've used Jack's method too, and it works! If you are TRULY worried about the rotation apparatus, paint it green, cover it, what have you!

You'll more than likely surprise yourself! Don't over think it, try to simplify it!

Do you have time/budget for a test shot? That will help too! The second time around will be easier! If you CAN... try taking a laptop... bring in a clip or two, if possible, and try the key right there! You'll learn what's working and what's not! If you try that... shoot the plate FIRST, then match the motion when the actor is in front of the chorma wall.

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