Blue Screen vs Green Screen

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    Anna C.
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    Since reading from an article a few days back that blue screen is better than green screen for Brickfilm, I’ve been wondering what are the advantages and disadvantages of using one over the other; Here’s a helpful article I’ve found:

    http://www.lightcrafttech.com/support/doc/keying-interface/blue-vs-green-screen/

    #440117
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    Anna C.
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    What do you personally use? I haven’t tried doing this before

    #440376
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    Tutorial Admin
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    Well Anna, Greenscreen and Bluescreen, Have pretty Much the Same job, Except that a Bluescreen works on dark Objects. Greenscreen on the over hand, Works on Lighter objects such as a guy With a White shirt. I Recommend, using a Bluescreen, Because you don’t see Much of a Reflection. I Hope this Helps.

    #440590
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    Anna C.
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    Thanks Tutorial Admin!
    I wonder what kind of material/paint/cloth would be good?

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