Green Screen & Chroma Keying

Family Portrait with green screen
Family Portrait with green screen
GreenScreening Portraits
GreenScreening Portraits

Chroma Keying is with a Coloured background where as Luma Keying is with either Black or White. Here is another example of the benefits of Green screen. Just drop in the back ground suitable for the clients environment.

with Chroma keying and a new back ground added in
with Chroma keying and a new back ground added in

Above is another example of Green screen and Chroma keying. As you can see theGreen  background has been effectively removed and an image from my bank has replaced it. Suitable images can be difficult to find for a portrait like this however, any out-of-focus image that has good colour and can’t be distinguished can be used. Close ups that are out of focus with “bokeh” are ideal and they can easily be manipulated.

So get started by shooting some beautiful out-of-focus images.

As any Nikon user would know, It is very difficult to part with the packaging that comes with our beloved products. The packaging plays a roll in the resale value and indicates that the product has been loved and cared for. Nikon users take great pride in their choice of equipment, so before I clear my packaging products and make some space in the time tunnel. I shot this image using a green screen and then dropped  the time tunnel in the background.The love of Packaging

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