The theory that you can’t have too much light for green screen has been blown to pieces. That’s good news, but it takes a different kind of technology to make it work.

If you’ve been following this story you’ve already seen the introduction, but you haven’t seen this.

These are all the numbers that make it work. How far everything is from everything else, how much light to use, what kind of lens, what kind of camera, what kind of exposure. Basically all the things we didn’t have time to cover in the introduction video.

This is how to jump start your journey into green screen, whether you’re a single professional or a corporation. Because everyone is space-constrained. This technology and the tactics discussed in this video remove all the roadblocks that constraints like that put in your way.

And for an even deeper dive into all things green screen, take the free Green Screen Jump Start course.

    8 replies to "By the Numbers: Your Best Small Room Green Screen Videos Yet"

    • Richard Mowrey

      What a nice, complete review of this new tech and the related setup information. It was so good that I ordered the screen today … to save some space and hopefully to gain added confidence to improve processing results!

      • Steven Washer

        It should make your video life a bit more relaxed. Thanks for letting me know.

    • Jay Creighton

      Hello Steve:

      Great video, full of very useful information and direction. Thank you, sir! Can you explain the reason for having the two Viltrox lights (one on each side of the AGS (Active Green Screen))? I understand the reason for the back light and the Key/Fill lights of course, but I’m not sure of the specific reason(s) for the lights on either side of the AGS at about mid-height.

      Thanks again, Steve.


      • Steven Washer

        The screen is awesome, but in landscape mode it needs a little help getting you shed of all reflection.
        This does the job rather well.

        Glad you found it helpful!

    • Michael A Ruhland

      Once again Steve, you go above and beyond.

      • Steven Washer

        Baby Blue thanks you from the bottom of her heart!

    • Dennis ~

      A greenscreen, android phone, a pair of lights & laptop… working with the bare basics, what world be a few suggestions to avoid a “Waynes World” kinda finished product???
      Truly appreciate you sharing knowledge & allowing the world into your space. Thanx!

      • Steven Washer

        It might take more than a few tips to build a Time Machine with stone knives and bearskins. It will take patience and a lot of experimentation. On the plus side, a phone will allow you to get extremely close to the subject. I would use the laptop as a confidence monitor, follow the instructions as closely as possible and hope for the best.

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