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How did I do with the Green Screen after a little pratice
Old 08-25-2005, 03:49 PM   #1 (permalink)
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I would like some ideas of hoe to remocve the green that bleeds in the hair. Any suggestions anyone. All comments are welcomed.

[img]/ubbthreads/images/graemlins/smile.gif[/img] I know it is not perfect but I am trying.
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Re: How did I do with the Green Screen after a little pratice
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Just have the model far enough from the background so you get no splash of reflected light from it on the model.

Also keep in mind that you've posted the original photo to your portfolio and it was larger than 600 pixels high, and so GG resized it and set the JPG quality to low which causes some artifacts in your image. If you'll reduce it in size to 600 pixels or less high before posting, you get a much nicer image.



Left image posted with proper size, left image 1 pixel over.

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Re: How did I do with the Green Screen after a little pratice
Old 08-25-2005, 06:41 PM   #3 (permalink)
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Thank You for the tip on size and was the background dropped out of your photo?

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No, that background is real. Now here is a shot from the same session made a few minutes later that shows merging a photo into a new background:



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Re: How did I do with the Green Screen after a little pratice
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Thanks for posting the info on the image size. I came here from a critique site that allowed up to 800 pixels on the longest side, so that is how most of my inages are sized, and I couldn't figure out why I had nasty looking images like that. Now that I only use that critique site for hot linking, I'll just have to resize everything again down to 600.
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Re: How did I do with the Green Screen after a little pratice
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Hey that is a great job and I see I will need to keep practicing on the green screen concept. Just one more question. I am using paper is that just as easy to work with as cloth?



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I think cloth is better since it doesn't reflect as much light. But whatever the background, just be sure its evenly lit and that the light bouncing off the background doesn't hit the model (which means the model needs to be at least 8' in front of the background. By the way, I usually just use a seamless white background for my shots which I find works just as well as green or blue.



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