Betzahira Green Screen Presentation

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    betzahira
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    Liz
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    I liked the focus of your presentation. Green screens are a huge element to basically anything we see in media these days. Nice job 🙂

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    Colson
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    Super cool presentation, all the information about green screens is awesome. Not a very commonly thought of tool. Great presentation!

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    mochoamendoza
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    Green screens are so cool. I never knew that the concept of chromakey was used at such an early time in film. Nice presentation.

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    cwarren95
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    Nice work on your presentation. The green screen from the old film looked very complicated of what goes on in the background of the film. I wasn’t able to point out until there was a caboose that stopped by. It was funny.

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    cdrumond
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    Great topic. Surprised they did a movie using the tecknique on 1920!

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    clowery43
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    I loved your presentation on green screen technology. I have always been fascinated by the use of them for video editing. I enjoyed your presentation

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    rcarrillo22
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    good job on your presentation it was cool to see a green screen used for the first time. Also it was really funny.

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    dbustamante13
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    Neat presentation! I’ve heard of this stuff before, but I thought it was with a blue screen as opposed to a green screen. I guess the color chosen makes a difference with the costume people. If you use a green screen, nobody can wear green in that particular scene.

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    jose0317
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    Green screen technology is widely misunderstood. Great job on focusing your presentation on greenscreens history and applications.

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