Blue Screen – Set Anatomy

Posted on August 10, 2007

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A tentacle is being shot on a blue screen so it can later be superimposed over some other footage. The trick with blue and green screen is to light the screen evenly and not have any color spill onto what you want to remove. Normally you’d want a larger screen and to be further back, but we deal with what the school gives us.

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