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It's in 720, not 1080 because it's Vimeo. Lens was stock. There was no room to move in that place so I couldn't use a prime.
I'm scratching my head over a couple of artistic and greenscreen questions. Advice and help would be appreciated.
1. For the greenscreeners out there - how do you minimise the issues I'm having with the slightly shifting / watery effect on the edges of the arms? I'm using FCP7 but can use Avid etc... If you know how to get rid of it on your software, there'll probably be a similar fix in FCP7. I have a few ideas but rather than try 20 different things, I'd prefer to hear an expert talking!
2. Would you use cutaways? I have a load of cutaway shots I could use but I quite enjoy watching the artists talking head on. However, I'm often wrong about this sort of thing so wanted to ask you what you think. Would you use cuts or is head-on OK?
3. The stuff at the beginning and end - just ignore it. That's stock and at the bequest of the client as is the marketing logo throughout.
4. Aside from the watery effect on the arms, I know the keying isn't ideal and there are a couple of issues around the edges and I will fix these in the usual way. As a note, the shooting conditions were less than ideal and involved erecting a greenscreen on top of a manky old mattress, radiator, drum kit etc... all in a space you couldn't swing a cat in! However, I'm experienced enough with greenscreen to know how to sort this.
5. This is uncoloured.
So what are your thoughts on the greenscreen and cutting issues? I'm really interested in what they have to say but for a neutral, are they just boring? What do you think?