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Cool Tools, Thing 37: Green Screen Fun

Since our Boces SLS director (hi Molly!) purchased a “green screen in a backpack” kit this year I thought this would be a fun topic to try out. 1,294 more words

Photos: Winnipeggers enjoy Global News green screen at Festival du Voyageur 2018

Have you ever wondered what it would be like to be a voyageur?

Holiday Monday, festival-goers were given a chance to dress up and see themselves as fur traders and prairie pioneers. 144 more words


Green Screen

Green Screen is an easy-to-use, ios app that enables users to make their own videos with simple “green screen” effects. Green screen effects are used in the movies to make it look like the actors are in an exotic location (when they are really in a Hollywood studio) or to make it look like a weather announcers are standing in front of a weather map (when they are really standing in front a blank, green screen). 248 more words

Educational Technology

Studio Futures Past: Project 2 Archives and Future Places, Green Screen Workshop

One of our workshops has recently been involved with the sixth form students of Mulberry UTC’s English Literature Class the student of the UTC have assembled kits relating to objects, photographs and written statements relating to the Roman Road area. 148 more words

Graphic Design

Week Six: Green Screen Workshop

The green screen workshop with Dave was very informative, and pretty inspiring for my project. I would feel quite confident using the lighting, which he highlighted as an important aspect of using a green screen, due to my Photographic Art Direction module that I completed abroad. 311 more words

Nancy's Photo Challenge Child #1

Today, I am featuring an image of my great-nephew.  I didn’t have a green screen with me, so I had to remove the background manual and insert the pirate ship.  97 more words

Reshooting in the green screen studio

Hi there,

This post is about my second experience of filming in the green screen studio at Goldsmiths.

In the previous post, I expressed my disappointment and regrets. 435 more words

Student Film