Blue and Green Chroma Cloth Tests

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  • #255979

    MindGame
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    As some of you know, I placed 2nd in the Judge’s Choice of the THAC2 contest last summer, and I won some greenscreen chroma cloth. Well, thanks to RevMen, I finally received that prize along with my FIG prize. He was also cool enough to send me a piece of bluescreen chroma cloth along with the green.

    As reqeusted by RevMen, I have decided to make tests with both cloths.

    Bluescreen H.264

    Greenscreen H.264

    This was a bit of a rush job, so they’re not a good as they could be, the green test in particular. However, I think the blue cloth came out the best of the two.

    What do you all think?

    -MindGame

    #255980

    ImperialScouts
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    That was good. The green screen I think was better. Good job!

    #255992

    little_studios
    Participant

    I think the blue was better because the green cloth reflected onto the side of Bens head.

    -LS

    #255993

    CrystalBrick
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    I don’t know what size the cloths are, but my suggestion is top put the screen a lot more to the back, and maybe light the screen separately. The colors reflected on the minifigs make the chroma keying much more difficult.

    #255995

    Ladon
    Participant

    Those screens are quite desaturated, not at all like the ones I’ve worked with. Although it may just be your lighting setup and white balance settings.

    #256013

    Ticket
    Participant

    The bluescreen turned out really nicely. The greenscreen had a tiny bit too much spill form my liking.
    Well done.

    #256063

    MR.un0
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    I liked the green screen better than the blue. For the blue, around the outline of the man you could see some of the blue. Green, I didn’t see it.

    -un0

    #256164

    Anonymous

    I think that the edges Ben and Andy were too blurry. I think that the green screen is better chroma keyed, though.

    Still pretty good.

    -Bfs

    #256181

    Super Cameraman
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    I don’t know, I think they both didn’t look to great. I don’t want to sound totally rude, but:

    There was a pretty annoying outline on the bluescreen one, and it was the same thing for the green. I also think that the colors aren’t very… colorful. You might want to try grading the minifigures to match the background. It just seems out of place.

    Sorry if I sound a bit harsh!

    -Super

    #256516

    Anonymous

    There was a lot of spill on both of them. If you have the ability to apply a spill supressor or something like that, I would do it.

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