So, I'm new to stop motion.. I'm having trouble getting my lighting correct for my chroma key.. I started out with two home depot clamps lights with 60 watt bulbs on each front corner of the table..…Continue
You don't mention what camera you're using to capture with, nor what you're using for compositing the green screen. These would be key info to understand the blotchiness.
I started out my first tests with a webcam…"
"Have you placed your green screen far enough back from the set? Ideally you should be able to light the Greenwash and the set separately, and not have any spill onto the characters or set. If you do have spill, they show a green tinge around the…"
So, I'm new to stop motion.. I'm having trouble getting my lighting correct for my chroma key.. I started out with two home depot clamps lights with 60 watt bulbs on each front corner of the table.. I'm guessing too bright. Green screen was a mess. Switched to 40 watts. Still too bright I guess. Adding a image to my green screen was all blotchy. I'm now trying what I think are two 10 watt bulbs. Same results. I'm using a 2 x 2 foot table with a lego base plate and green tag board attached at…See More
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