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Published on Jul 31, 2012
Which camera should you buy? What are the best microphones to use? How can you make your productions and videos look great on a budget? Our production expert will answer these and all your directing, production and tech questions with a sense of humor.
In this episode we'll show you how to improve your VFX by picking the correct green screen paint. We'll show you what makes for a great chroma green, ways to light a green screen, what is a good chroma key, negatives of processing a good matte by using too much contrast, why noise is important in a green screen and why you want to avoid gloss on your green screen. We then present our findings and recommend a custom green screen paint for you.
Learn how to do green screen effects with Bammo's VFX experts, the guys of WOMP. A good green screen effect can help any amateur make a cool video with awesome visual effects that is guaranteed to go viral. What green makes the best green screen? Find out on Weapons of Mass Production!
For a more-in-depth discussion of all the tech and what are findings were, check out the write up at http://www.crisislab.com.
Featuring: Kevin Good, John Pellett, Elizabeth Jernigan, KoKo and Curious George
Crew: Dominic Cerquetti, Paul Good,Marc Alexander, Barry Gribble, Chad Nagle, Candice Bloch, Jeff Caplan, Neil Batchelor, Jeanine Walter
For Bammo: Executive Producer: Sarah Penna Executive Producer: Steve Raymond Executive Producer and Developed by: Mike Rotman Line Producer: AJ Tesler
Thanks to Ryan Wick and JJ Scheele.
Music: Blank & Kitt - Sgt Frog Blank & Kitt - Thursday Snow Reprise Galapagoose - Victoria's Other Secret Jalen Warshawsky - Sams House HAARP - Lose Their Meaning Dominic Cerquetti - Lonely Dude