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Green or Blue ??

Green or Blue ??

Green or Blue ??

Hi everyone I'm making a movie with a digitalvideo camera and I want to do some green or blue screening,.
But whitch one do you think is better, Green or Blue ???

....... Thanks

RE: Green or Blue ??

it really all depends on what is easier to light...most movies know use green, but in my school we use blue.  You can use really any color (As long as the person is not wearing it) and it is evenly lit, that is the key.  it can get tricky.

RE: Green or Blue ??

Blue usually works best for film, and green for video. Blue keys much cleaner, but isn't as easy to work with as green is.

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