Lighting for Green Screen
1. @ 2:00 Weatherman on green screen
2. @ 2:45 Green screen including feet
3. @ 4:45 Green screen including feet
4. @ 5:10 Sample of huge green screen for morning show
6. @ 6:50 Background plates...
5. @ 5:20 Morning show at VCaracol Network
...and green screen foreground footage can be shot to match background environment
7. @ 9:15 Some locations are less than ideal for green screen setups
8. @ 10:55 I use kino Flo 4x4 flourescents for many green screen lighting setups
9. @ 11:45 Subjects should be lit independently of the green screen - so your subject is a sihouette before you light them
10. @ 13:00 Separate lighting on the subjects allows you to match the mood of the scene
11. @ 14:30 Most news stations have the talent standing much too close to the green screen surface
12. @ 15:35 Green screen wall are often an afterthought, which can make the lighting a challenge.
13. @ 16:10 Sophisticated keying systems can hold a shadow or eliminate it.
14. @ 16:25 Wrapping the talent with KinFlo Image 45s (4 bulb) flourescent fixtures
We often place an additional light source on the floor to fill under the subject's chin.
15. @ 17:10 "Old School" process shot - Green screen
16. @ 17:25 College stage with green screen cove and simple overhead lighting setup
17. @ 18:50 Using Space Lights (tungsten or LED lights) are one very common and effective approach for lighting large green screens
18. @ 20:30 Many different types of light sources can work above an overhead silk for shadowless lighting.
19. @ 20:10 Separate lighting on the subjects allows you to craft a look that matches the background elements.
20. @ 22:30 Lighting green screen with smaller, hard light instruments can produce uneven lighting.
21. @ 23:00 Bigger, softer instruments produce even green screen lighting
22. @ 24:45 My small, portable blue screen for documentary interviews
23. @ 31:55 Overhead silk is like using a very large Chimera Lightbank
24. @ 33:30 Soft fill from underneath the subjects
SHOW NOTES, IMAGES & LINKS: