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Join CARL GUNDESTRUP -- veteran film, television and corporate video gaffer -- as he walks you through the basic green screen lightingtips, techniques and tools for properly lighting a green screen. In this award-winning, information-packed video, Carl will show the importance of light separation between the green screen and talent, and how to light from a small kit up to using six or more lights for custom looks and lighting in confined spaces. He'll also address problems to be aware of when lighting both the green screen and talent. When you light as though you won't be pulling the key yourself, you'll have success keying your footage with even the most basic software keyers.
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|Section 1: Green Screen Lighting|
Introduction & OverviewPreview
|Carl discusses the different types of green screens that can be used
|Carl teaches how to properly light a green screen
|Section 2: Lighting the Talent|
|Carl demonstrates things to be aware of when lighting talent; including hair, skin color, age and wardrobe.|
Carl teaches how to light your talent separate from the green screen using 3 point lighting.
|Carl discusses the lighting instruments used in a larger space.|
|Carl discusses how to light in a confined space, such as a small conference room or office.|
|Section 3: Interactive & Custom Lighting|
|Carl teaches how to match the color of your light, (Daylight or Tungsten) to your background.|
|Carl teaches how to light a full body against green screen.|
|Carl teaches how to custom light for your background with an emphasis on lighting the green screen separately|
|Carl takes a look at some problem green screen and talent lighting|
|Section 4: Recap & Closing Credits|
|Video recap and closing credits|
|Section 5: Green Screen Lighting Lecture Workbook|
Green Screen Lighting Lecture Workbook
|Section 6: Green Screen Lighting Quiz|
Green Screen Lighting Quiz
|Section 7: Green Screen Lighting Quiz (Master Key)|
Green Screen Lighting Quiz (Master Key)
Mike “Cheno” Chenoweth is an award-winning producer who has been involved in the film and video industry since 1992, working mostly in film & commercial production. Mike has written and produced commercial material for International businesses such as Biogen Pharmaceuticals, Weider Nutrition International, Nero Digital Software, ADP as well as numerous national and local clients.
Carl Gundestrup has been lighting independent films, television commercials, music videos and corporate videos since 1978. His clients include, CBS, NBC, ABC, NBA, Industrial lighting and magic, Pepsi, America's Most Wanted, Ford, etc. He resides in Utah, married and the father of 4. For information on Carl you can go to www.theilluminator.biz