When shooting scenes in a greenscreen studio, there are a few things to consider beforehand. Keeping these in mind will ensure you get the best possible results, a happy editor and a satisfied client.
If you’re filming in a greenscreen studio space, lighting it will be your first point of call and it’s important to get it right. Here, we give you everything you need to consider.
There are several terms used in Green Screen filming. Colour Keying, the less commonly used ‘colour separation overlay’ or for ease of use CSO. CSO is more commonly found in weather maps on the news
The talking head to camera on greenscreen is one of the most common types of shoots in our soundproof studio 2 Also known as a ‘piece-to-camera’ these shoots should be one of the easiest filming days you can get in a studio.
What’s the difference between green screen vs a blue screen apart from the obvious answer of course. There are many good answers to that and reasons why you would need to use green over blue.