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White HUE inbetween small detail

Posted: Wed, 28th Apr 2004, 11:31am

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Coop

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Hello All,


The above is a still from some sample footage I was trying out with my equipment. After chroma'ing my footage I get this little weird white webbing between small detail "my fingers in this case". Any suggestions about fixing this in the future? Possible light setup problem or do I just need to set some setting in chromnator?

PS. There was no movenment in the above shot, it was me being very still infront of the camcorder.

Thxs,
Coop
Posted: Wed, 28th Apr 2004, 11:34am

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Joshua Davies

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Depending on your camera this can be almost impossible to resolve because the way the camera captures colour. A sample image of your greenscreen might help.
Posted: Wed, 28th Apr 2004, 1:30pm

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Coop

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Ok, I will hopefully post when I get home. It's a professional greenscreen/w fabric and a Canon GL2.

Coop
Posted: Wed, 28th Apr 2004, 6:21pm

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Brettsta

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The way you light the screen and the distance you are standing from the screen should be taken into effect too.