At CineStuff we have a unique way of creating a 3 sided Green Screen Studio that can be easily transported and set up in any location. The key to this set up is the ability to link components of our 12×12 frames and textiles into a box measuring 12×24 along the back wall and 12×12 along each side wall. All the components easily fit into a Hiace long wheel base van for transportation.
A Demonstration of the set up via a slide show can be downloaded from this link.
Posted by CineStuff on December 18, 2011
At the heart of our business is the belief that if we have some knowledge that will present a better outcome for our clients, then we will all benefit from sharing it with you. Some of these insights come from years of working in the Screen Production Industry both on and off set. Some other pearls of knowledge have been handed on to us from friends, mentors and colleagues.
Shooting day exterior scenes, especially in changing light, offers filmmakers of every budget size some of the biggest challenges. One thing is for sure – at the end of the day, regardless of your schedule, the sun will go down. This download has a few pointers that may help you avoid some of the traps and choose the right gear to get you through the day.
This document contains a few pointers on lighting for Blue and Green Screen. For more information than what can be covered here, consider making an appointment to meet staff at our on site test area by calling Rita on 09 8352261 or e-mailing us.
Posted by CineStuff on November 27, 2011