Back in 2016 I produced a video called “How to Get a Flawless Green Screen Shoot in a Tiny Room.”
Here it is if you’d like to check it out: Green Screen in Small Spaces
But recently I began to wonder about that.
What if I took that same footage shot so long ago with a camera I’ve upgraded twice since then and ran it through a couple of the editing tools I use today? Could it look noticeably better?
And I was shocked. I mean really shocked.
It seems that getting the lighting right the first time has even more of an effect than I had previously imagined.
This means your job could be so much easier if you want to make videos with a green screen.
Here are (non-affilliate) links to the plug-ins mentioned in this episode: