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  • Writer's pictureNicole Pollard

Sept. 20th

1. Editing Challenge


2. Your Childhood Self






It's time to edit yourself into your childhood photo!


  • Examine your original photo. What pose would allow you to edit yourself seamlessly into your photo?

  • What is the lighting like and where could you shoot your pose to accurately mimic the original lighting? Inside? Outside? With a green screen?

  • What should you alter in Adjustments to match the shadows, highlights, contrast, and temperature in order to blend both images?

A few things to note:


USING A GREEN SCREEN:


Removing the background is called CHROMA KEYING. USE https://www.pixelcut.ai/background-remover TO REMOVE YOUR BACKGROUNDS IF AI AUTOMASK DOESN'T WORK IN PIXLR.


GREEN SCREEN

A green screen is a technique used in video and photography production, which allows the background of a subject to be replaced with a different image or video footage. The reason why green is used is because it is a color that is not typically found in human skin tones, clothing, or other common objects. By filming a subject in front of a uniformly colored green screen, editors and visual effects artists can easily identify and remove that specific color in post-production using software tools like Adobe Premiere or After Effects. Once the green color is removed, the subject can be placed on top of a different image or background. This process is known as chroma keying. So basically, a green screen allows you to remove the background because it provides a consistent color that can be easily identified and removed in post-production.


BLUE SCREEN

The blue screen is different from the green screen in that it is often used for outdoor scenes or in situations where the subject is wearing green clothing. The green screen, on the other hand, is used for indoor scenes or in situations where the subject is wearing blue clothing. It is important to note that the choice between using a blue or green screen can depend on the specific needs of the production, such as lighting conditions or the desired effect. A blue screen allows for the removal of a specific color from a video or image so it can be replaced with a different background. While it is different from a green screen, both are used for chroma key compositing and are chosen based on the specific needs of the production.







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