News studio backdrop
Posted: Thu, 30th Aug 2007, 10:29pm
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Anyone know's where I can download or find a news studio backdrop?
Posted: Thu, 30th Aug 2007, 11:34pm
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There are thousands of news studio backgrounds, be way more specific.
And when I searched googles images I got lots of them, so try that.
Posted: Fri, 31st Aug 2007, 9:21am
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I need a backdrop to work in chroma key, but I can´t find a good backdrop
Posted: Sat, 20th Oct 2007, 4:31pm
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Sorry to bump, but I guess it beats making a new thread for the same topic.
You (Henry701) say that there are thousands of news studio backgrounds, but I think I found about.... 1 or 2.
Where did you find yours? I need a good one, and I'm sure I'm not alone.
Posted: Sat, 20th Oct 2007, 6:04pm
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Posted: Sun, 21st Oct 2007, 3:36pm
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Those are news backdrops? I was really thinking about a news desk. Those pictures are exactly what I found on Google Images.
The last link and the second to last link are the closest, but the one of them has watermarks all over it, and the other is way too small.
Maybe I'll make my own. When I do, I'll post them here.
Posted: Sun, 21st Oct 2007, 3:48pm
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I think you have a desk or a table you can film infront of a greenscreen.
Posted: Tue, 23rd Oct 2007, 7:26pm
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I agree that it would be best to make your own backdrop in a program like photoshop or the GIMP, or if you're really desperate, Paint.
Posted: Tue, 27th Nov 2007, 11:07pm
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This is something I have been looking for for a long ime. The ones on google were garbage and everywhere else lacked anything of quality. Finally, I resultd to using a plain backround.
Posted: Fri, 22nd Jan 2010, 3:27pm
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I've created some news backdrops that you're welcome to have, just send me a message.
Shame I can't post the pics here to view.
Posted: Fri, 22nd Jan 2010, 8:54pm
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If you have some to share, feel free to upload them to imageshack.us
and use BBcode to post it here, like so:
Granted, this thread is about three years old, so there's no saying the original posters still need them. However, I'm sure it would be helpful for other members around the forums!
Posted: Sat, 23rd Jan 2010, 10:02am
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Thanks, there not the best backdrops but I hope it helps some out there.
I took these images from a site and cleaned them up the best I can, had desks and cameras in place.http://img13.imageshack.us/i/studioblank.png/http://img693.imageshack.us/i/news1.png/
Posted: Wed, 28th Jul 2010, 11:59am
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i used one found on google for a client where i've cut out the desk, so in a photoshop file the background is a seperate layer and the desk another one. This way you can place people behind the desk.
It also has a tv screen on the right side where you can place images.
If there's any interest I can place the file here tonight when i get home
Posted: Fri, 30th Jul 2010, 8:01pm
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I would be interested in a copy, I love your background news desk image. I have adobe photoshop so editing the file should be easy.
Posted: Fri, 30th Jul 2010, 9:01pm
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I need one, too. So I would very much appreciate it if you put a link here. Thanks!
Posted: Fri, 30th Jul 2010, 10:04pm
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Posted: Fri, 30th Jul 2010, 10:15pm
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What is a .psd file? My computer can't open it. That said I have a Windows XP.
Posted: Fri, 30th Jul 2010, 10:19pm
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it's a Adobe PhotoShop file. Contains 2 layers, the background and the desk
Posted: Sat, 31st Jul 2010, 12:04am
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I don't own photoshop. Can you make the 2 seperate images .jpg or something?
Posted: Sun, 1st Aug 2010, 10:20pm
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I could make one using blender .
Posted: Mon, 2nd Aug 2010, 12:39pm
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Storm Grenade wrote:I don't own photoshop. Can you make the 2 seperate images .jpg or something?
As .jpg can't contain Alpha channels (= transparency), make sure to save them as .png or .tif files if possible as they both contain alpha channels. Using alpha channels will save you a lot of time, not having to mask out the desk from a background, as well as being able to create semi-transparent areas in your image.
Posted: Fri, 26th Nov 2010, 4:44pm
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I tried going to the link above, but it took me to a site that was in another language and I could not find that file. Any other suggestions with links in English?
I am looking for a backdrop of a news studio or like the last one with the women who seems to be walking by or walking away.
Posted: Fri, 26th Nov 2010, 4:46pm
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I deleted the file from the server, if you still need the psd file, please send me a PM with your email and i'll send it to you
Posted: Sat, 18th Dec 2010, 4:46am
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I made my own news desk using MSPaint and some of the wood backgrounds in PowerPoint and layered the finished desk against a talkshow background with a greenscreen in the back for video and weather reports.
Posted: Sat, 18th Dec 2010, 11:35am
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You can download my studio if you want atwww.opdefoto.com/client/_studioframe.psd
Posted: Sat, 18th Dec 2010, 7:51pm
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If you don't have photosphop, the free program, Gimp, can open .psd files.