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Background replacement where Subject is leaned against the greenscreen and photographed at an angle?

With Photoshop From the original photo Mask the model: Duplicate the green channel: Invert it to obtain the shadows channel: Insert the background in another layer: Put the masked model layer on ...
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Background replacement where Subject is leaned against the greenscreen and photographed at an angle?

I'd be seriously considering whether you need greenscreen any more. Even the freebie version of Adobe's Express Remove Background* can do this [with zero refinement, I'm sure it can do better with ...
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Best colour to chroma key in natural lighting

I consider there are some rules for chroma keying. 1. A color that is the opposite of what is in front of it. 2. A bright color, mainly a primary RGB color. This way one channel will have enough ...
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Can I achieve effective keying if I use green lights to illuminate a white wall?

There is nothing particular about the color green for chroma-key use other than the fact it is far from skin color, and not that common in clothing. Basically, the same issues the textured white wall ...
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CFL and LED mixed

The only way to know is to test your lights to see if they work well together. Lights that are rated the same temperature may not be. Lights that are the same temperature may differ along the green-...
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Can I achieve effective keying if I use green lights to illuminate a white wall?

The truth is that it will be easier for you to get a green matt fabric or a foldable green screen. Trying to light a wall with only green will be more difficult than just use the same light you are ...
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Is it ok to shoot plants with a green screen for chroma key?

It's entirely possible there is enough difference in the plants and the background to pull the subject off the image to drop onto another one relatively well. It might involve how the subject is lit ...
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How do I eliminate green-screen bounce?

So, I'm doing the same thing. I work for an off-road manufacturer; we make skid plates, roll cages, roll cage add-ons, etc., and I take and edit the images for the site and media. I envy your ...
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