Chroma Key Videography


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Other than photographs of your products and/or your services; Videos are the ultimate between the two. Customers are more often swayed into buying a something if they can see what they are paying for. You can promote a product or service from your location, but your customers will think you were in a different location hundreds if not thousands of miles away.

Use your imagination for just a minute. How would you advertise your product on your new website, or should I say advertise you products and/or services with multiple Chroma Key video commercials?

If you have any questions, please contact our Support by e-mail for more information.


Client and Public Offer

Chroma Key is an amazing process which allows an individual or group of individuals can be at any place, at any time in the world, or out of this world. It is only limited to the imagination, and used worldwide in movies, commercials, whether it is in video or photography.

We offer Chroma Key Videography and Chroma Key Photography to our clients and the general public. Although, we are limited in our travel distance; we will come to your location as long as is within 100 miles from our location although we prefer you coming to our office due to the amount of space required in order to perform an accurate keying.

In most cases, we require a space 15 feet wide at the minimum and at least 20 feet in depth with a 7 to 10 foot ceiling height, with the limited external lighting.

If you have any questions, please contact our Support by e-mail for more information.

Travel Cost
¢ 45 per mile to the location of the project
Production Cost at Location
$15.00 US Dollars per hour at the location of the production (average time is 1.5 hours)
$10.00 per hour at our location (average time is 1hour)
Video and/or Photograph Process Cost
$40.00 US dollars per video process
$25.00 Per photograph process

What is Chroma Key

Chroma keying is a technique used for combining two frames or images by replacing a color or a color range in one frame with that from that of another frame.

It is often used in film industry to replace a scene's background by using a blue or green screen as the initial background and placing the actor in the foreground. The principle behind chroma keying is that the color blue is the opposite color of skin tone, so a distinction between the two is very clear, making it easier to select the color without worrying about any part of the actor being included in the selection. The whole blue selection is then replaced with another frame as the background. Chroma key is also known as color keying and color separation overlay; it is also commonly called blue screen or green screen.

Best Practice When Doing Chroma Key Photography

The best practice when doing Chroma Key photography and/or video is to use a solid color background such as a green screen or a blue screen when shooting your subject. After the image has been captured, the solid colored background is removed and made transparent, and a replacement background is then added giving the impression that the subject was at a different location, or a much preferred background is then added.

Why use a Green Screen or a Blue Screen

Because separating a background from a human subject in a photo or video is much easier if the background is made of a solid color which is not found in human skin tones, like the colors green and blue. There are other precautions that need to be taken when shooting Chroma Key. The subject that is being photographed or video recorded must have contrasting colors compared to the background. If you are using a green screen, you do not want your subject be wearing anything that has any shade of green. If the subject is wearing a green T-shirt and you are using a green background, the only thing that will show up is the subject’s arms in their head.

Why is Green Screen Used Instead of Blue?

The use of digital cameras. When using a digital camera instead of film, you obtain better results from a green screen shoot because of the cleanness and luminescence of green over blue. Color spill. ... Depending on your shoot, color spill can be better or worse depending on the color of your screen.

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