605 Green Screen Techniques for Effective Chroma Key
1:00 PM - 2:00 PM Wednesday, June 21
Have you seen videos where a green screen or blue screen wasn’t used properly? There’s a thin green line around the edge of the actor or a green hue on their clothes, which makes the video less authentic and usable. Filming someone on a green screen can be a challenging aspect of video production.
In this session, you’ll explore methods for using chroma key effectively in your production. You’ll see examples of good keys, as well as costly mistakes to avoid. To begin, you will create a straightforward game plan: setting up the camera, positioning lights and actors, selecting the right green screen material, and completing the effect in your editing software. This is a hands-on approach, so be prepared to help set up a green screen!
In this session, you will learn:
- About the basics of green screen
- How to light a green screen
- How to remove the green screen in editing
- How to set up a green screen
- How to light actors in front of the green screen
- About the correct camera settings for green screen
Novice to intermediate designers, developers, project managers, and managers.
discussed in this session:
Light stands, green screen material, the Blackmagic Production Camera, and LED video lights.
Public Education Program Developer
Oregon Occupational Safety and Health Administration
Phillip Wade is a public education program developer with the Oregon Occupational Safety and Health Administration, as well as a video producer with over 200 productions under his belt. Phillip creates online training classes for OSHA on a variety of health and safety topics. Additionally, he has directed and produced movies through Ambition Pictures that have been featured at nearly a dozen film festivals, including the Beverly Hills Film Festival, the WorldFest-Houston International Film Festival, and the Portland International Film Festival.