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- November 30, 2017 at 1:21 PM #96190itsmeanthonyParticipant
Hello everyone 😉
Me and my friends are so inspired by the video below and we just can’t figure it out, how to record something similair. It looks so simple but at the same time so professional and that ofcourse is the hardest part to do 🙂
I’m just curious. Do you think these guys actually recorded this video inside the real square room? They probably didn’t painted it every single time they wanted to change the color, because they have lots of videos with different colors (blue, red, pink, …). And i’m wondering … in this video they have light grey background and the guy wears white clothes. How would that work with green screen? Is that even possible to achieve?
How do they do it? I’d be grateful for any advice.
Thank you and best regards,
Yes it is possible to achieve a greenscreen rendition of this. You create a 3D square room and then key him in and voila. With software nowadays it can be hard to tell whats CGI and whats real. I would guess this is in a studio where they can easily switch out panels and backgrounds to make this effect along with lighting and paint to change color. It may not seem practical to those of us without the money but when you got the funds and the time, why not paint? If y'all want to recreate this you can put up a full body green screen and use Adobe Dimension to make the box and lighting just right then key your subject in. Also watch VideoMaker's tutorial on HSL secondary color correction. You could also use that to change the colors around and just shoot on this background the enitre time.
Trouble with white clothes is that really reflect the green, and there's no trace of this. I wonder if it's just paint – perhaps in shades of grey?
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