Friendly advice… If you are practicing with your new green screen backdrop, don’t wear a plaid shirt with blue-green in it.
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2 thoughts on “Testing out my new greenscreen”
What would you say is the best design/color to wear when using a green screen? I don’t think it looks horrible. Look forward to your next attempt.
Anything but green. To filter the blue-green out of my shirt I had to tweak settings that made the rest of the image look not so good.