GreenScreen Made Easy can make your low budget movie look like a million dollars. Discover the most popular cameras and setups for Indie ﬁlmmakers that will give you the biggest splash on the screen. Explore how to create and set up your screen, illuminate the greenscreen cleanly, light your subjects dynamically, and manipulate your camera to get the best possible production footage.
What people say
“This book belongs right next to Stu Maschwitz’s DV Rebels Guide as an additional tool in your reference arsenal. The topics covered here leave you with no questions and conjecture about how to shoot, light, and pull the perfect key. This is probably the most comprehensive information I have seen that really covers this often-discussed topic.”
Seth Hancock, Video Production Manager, ICVA, Indianapolis
“In the Swiss Army knife of production, this book sits right next to the DV Rebels Guide as the bone saw and screwdriver — necessary tools for any job. The way the information is presented is engaging and easy to process while still being extremely informative and technical. In a word, this book is essential.”
Jason Diamond, TV Editor, MTV, VH1, Spike TV
“From shooting to postproduction, this book not only helps you to understand greenscreening, but also teaches you to apply it correctly to your project. A must-have book for students, filmmakers, and animators alike.”
Dru Nge, Designer/Animator, Shine (Kung Fu Panda, Traitor, Mad Money)
Jeremy Hanke is the editor-in-chief of MicroFilmmaker Magazine. He founded MicroFilmmaker Magazine in 2005 to help low-budget ﬁlmmakers make better ﬁlms through traditional means like tips, articles, training tutorials, and reviews, but also by less common means like critiquing new ﬁlms as they are created by both local and international ﬁlmmakers.
Michele Yamazaki is the VP of Marketing & Web Development Czarina for Toolfarm.com, a value-added reseller of plug-ins and software. She has demoed plug-ins for Apple, Boris FX, Red Giant, and other companies at NAB.