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Green Screen Set-up less than $300 (Pt.1) | Worship & Tech Ep.2 technology green screen

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Set up a green screen studio for your church or organization for less than $300. This video (Part 1) covers the screen, the lighting and best practices.

Part 2 of this series:

Here are the links that are mentioned in the video (these Amazon affiliate links may provide the channel a small commission, but your price is the same):

Emart Photo Video Studio 8.5 x 10ft Green Screen Backdrop Stand Kit

4FT LED Shop Light

Backdrop Muslin Multifunctional Clips

Green Screener App
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Gary Moyers 21/09/2021 - 5:32 Sáng

How are you using your green screen set-up? Or do you have one yet? Let me know!

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MrJb728b 21/09/2021 - 5:32 Sáng

Thanks so much.

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Kyle Orr 21/09/2021 - 5:32 Sáng

Great info Gary. Hoping to employ something like this for Sunday morning announcements.

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Paul Thompson 21/09/2021 - 5:32 Sáng

Hi Gary, great video. I'd always wonders how that was done exactly. thanks much for sharing

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Alan Nobre Fotografia 21/09/2021 - 5:32 Sáng

Gary, when editing the chroma, apply an effect called "Gaussian Blur" so the background will have a blur like the camera lens.

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