Today for our studio tips and tricks, we tell you the difference between using a blue screen and using a green screen. Hopefully, this is helpful for you when creating videos. Let us know what other tips and tricks you want to see or studio setups and equ

Studio Tips and Tricks-Blue Screen VS Green Screen

By GLive    Gepos op Mar 15, 2019

Today for our studio tips and tricks, we tell you the difference between using a blue screen and using a green screen. Hopefully, this is helpful for you when creating videos. Let us know what other tips and tricks you want to see or studio setups and equipment. Check out the video below.

Green Screen Verse Blue Screen:

Green Screen

A green screen works better with people with lighter hair as it is much easier to chroma key with editing the video. Light backgrounds and daytime backgrounds work well with a green screen instead of a blue screen.

Blue Screen 

A blue screen is usually used for people with dark hair because when you use a green screen you get a bit of an outline. It also makes a bit of a difference with the background that you're using. Dark backgrounds or night time backgrounds work better with a blue screen.


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