Green Path Photography Explains The Unlimited Uses of Green Screen

May 12, 2017  •  Leave a Comment

Model Ke'Vintae Green Screen and Photoshop PhotographyModel Ke'Vintae Green Screen and Photoshop PhotographyModel Ke'Vintae photographed and edited by Photographer Paul Patton using Green Screen and Photoshop Photography. When I say the words Green Screen, a lot of potential clients are still apprehensive about considering it as an option. Now just like anyone else, I love a natural scene as a background. I will use the most peaceful wooded areas with creeks to the grungiest gullies for a photography backdrop. Nevertheless, I believe that there are some great untapped photographic possibilities in Green Screen Photography. So what is this "Green Screen" that I keep referring to every so often? I will gladly answer that piercing question. There is a technology whereby a software such as Photoshop, can lock in on a particular color and substitute that color for whatever else that you set it to be replaced with. Headshot of Kayla Using Green Screen shot by Paul Patton of Green Path Photography in MichiganHeadshot of Kayla Using Green ScreenHeadshot of Kayla Using Green Screen shot by Paul Patton of Green Path Photography Therefore in the example at the top of the page, we have Model Ke'Vintae doing a fashion shoot for Stylist Tonja Ayers (AKA The Shoe Lady) in Detroit. She happens to be standing and magically admiring her double with the help of Photoshop wizardry. The areas in her dress that are grey is actually green. We used the Green Screen for this photo shoot, and I told my PC to replace the green background with grey. The program not only replaced the green with grey in the background, but it also replaced the green in the dress to grey. Now taking a look at Kayla in this second photo from the top, we see that green screen can be used for more than just replacing colors, but we can replace that green color with any image or graphic we choose. This is how we were able to apply that white silky and wavy fabric background for the headshot in this second photo. Head Shot Green Screen Photography in MichiganHead Shot Green Screen Photography in MichiganProfessional Head Shot Green Screen Photography by Paul Patton of Green Path Photography in Michigan Thirdly as we observe this next image, we see that we have a professional business headshot photo. This photo was also shot using green screen as a backdrop. This third image looks like the backdrop is the normal grey backdrop used in most professional portraits and headshots, but nope, it's green screen!  Model Ke'Vintae Headshot Using Green Screen PhotogrographyModel Ke'Vintae Headshot Using Green Screen PhotogrographyModel Ke'Vintae Headshot Using Green Screen Photogrography shot and edited by Paul Patton of Green Path Photography. So as we end as we began with model Ke'Vintae, we can clearly see the unlimited possibilities in using Green Screen. Many people who are familiar with Green Screen may have the false idea that it"s only good for news channels, kids parties, and movie production, but I believe that the possibilities are endless. Green Screen is our "Green Path" in photography. For more information of Green Screen Photography, drop us a line by email at greenpathphotography@gmail.com and dont forget to visit our website at www.greenpathphotography.com Until next time, happy snapping!


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