How To Make an Easy Green Screen Monitor | Dynamic Food Art for Video


Dynamic food art for Moore Approved viewers? That’s right. I show you how to make an easy green screen monitor that you can use in your video productions. 

 

Most editing software has a Chroma Key feature and is really easy to use. Just be sure you have an even light on the green screen and then add some back light to the subject to help enhance the separation. Done. It may take you a bit to hone it in but once you have it’ll be easier the next time you set it up.
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