Wed

26

Feb

Blue / Green Screen - The ins and outs of Chromakey
Lot23 Studio, 23 Minnie St, Eden Tce, Auckland
6pm for a 6.30pm Start

From Weta Workshop to the nightly weather, Chromakeying has been the primary VFX tool in moving image since the 1930's. Despite this long history, Chromakeying remains a tenuous proposal, being a common cause of expensive post-production blowouts.

This seemingly simple technique of creating transparency by removing
Green or Blue, requires careful consideration of many variables to ensure a
successful trouble free chromakeying outcome.

Presented by DOP / Compositor - Sam Tozer - working with Chromakey since 2001 he's made all the mistakes so you don't have to!

Topics Discussed

Pre-production

  • Camera & Lighting Selection
  • Shot matching FG / BG considerations
  • Green or Blue? / Fabric or Paint?
  • Scale and Budget

Production

  • Screen exposure - tools & techniques
  • Camera Settings - DOF / motion blur

Post-production

  • Software - common tools
  • Techniques for successful compositing

Yes but what should I wear?!

  • Your fave T'shirt of course

 

Date:  Wednesday 26 February

Time:  6pm for a 6.30pm start

Venue:  Lot23 Studio, 23 Minnie St, Eden Tce, Auckland

 

Members free.  Non-members $15  - drinks and nibbles included.

Book now at office@wiftnz.org.nz

Programme is brought to you with generous support from the NZ Film Commission and Foundation North.