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    Posted: 31 May 2019 at 23:27
Does anyone use a green screen backdrop in their studio?
How useful is it in shooting portraits that can be altered with different backgrounds?

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Can you get the software for still pics?
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A friend of mine , amongst other things , does pet photography .
She normally prefers to do outdoor shots but also does work in the studio .
She fitted a green screen last year and I set up LED lighting for it .
On its own it needed plenty of light to enable the software to separate it from the subject .
What she had found is that the white screen is better .
No green cast shown on the the animals fur , and the software separated things just as well .
People and objects will likely be easier .
And yes , the software does do still photography .


Edited by neilt3 - 09 June 2019 at 09:20
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