How to light a green screen

Using a green screen makes photo composites quick and easy but there are a few important points to remember when setting them up and lighting them.

Green screens are a type of background used by video and stills photographers who want to easily isolate their models from a background.

Having uneven lighting or creases in your green screen will create unnecessary work in post-production.

In this tutorial, Gina will share with you:

  • the lighting diagram she uses to light a perfect green screen every time
  • tips and tricks to get even light across your green screen
  • how to avoid unnecessary work – not everything can be fixed in post.

categories: Lighting,

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