Green screen images from 2084
I’ve written a lot about green screen shooting lately, so I’m going to keep this short. As I mentioned a few posts back, I recently directed a short film called 2084, and relied heavily on an awesome iOS app called Green Screener. The app helps you light your green screen evenly to ensure a better composite. Check out the previous post for all the details.
Since 2084 is having its world premiere tonight (at the Palm Springs International ShortFest), I figured this would be a good time to show you a few of the green screen composites from the film. Thanks in large part to Green Screener, my shots keyed quite easily — all 57 of them!
If you’d like to learn more about 2084, here’s the film’s official website (along with the trailer and screening times).
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For good chroma keying, green/blue screens must be extremely even, or fine edge detail like hair and transparency starts to become blotchy, which is the hallmark of bad green screen.
Invented by Per Holmes, creator of the Hollywood Camera Work training, Green Screener is a new kind of tool for lighting a green screen that breaks your green screen up into bands, so you can easily see how to light it.
Whether you're working on a $100M blockbuster or shooting green screen in your basement, Green Screener will raise the quality of your green screen to a new standard.