Green Screen Know-How and Workshop

Ever wonder how movies of all different genres create fantastical worlds and amazing effects? With the use of a green screen, filmmakers and photographers create a plethora of scenery that would otherwise be nearly impossible to produce. Is there a project you’re working on that could use the magic of a green screen? As difficult as it may seem, at CMPLD we provide both the tools and instructions to create extraordinary pictures and video!

In order to use the Green Screen Video Lighting Kit, patrons must have a viable library card and be at least 14 years of age or be accompanied by someone 14 years or older.

This kit allows patrons to record a simple video or take a one frame picture and create something magnificent and otherworldly from it!

Take a look at how Chris Lebenzon, the editor, of Alice in Wonderland (2010) transformed the setting of this scene.

Ryan May will be instructing classes in the Workshop found on the lower level at Cook Park. It will cover information on how to use the green screen equipment for photography and video projects.

Not only that, Ryan will also demonstrate how to then edit a picture or video in our Digital Studio. The upcoming workshop will take place on Wednesday, August 7th at 6 pm.

Register for Ryan’s Workshop before space runs out and join in the editing fun!

Then, head over and make a reservation to use the green screen and sign up for time in the Digital Studio after being equipped with the know-how!

 

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