my first chromakey shots

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  1. sparr

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    My first attempts at "blue screen" work. Subjects just happened to be standing in front of a monochrome backdrop when I took the shots, so I decided to cut them out and add a new background. Used the GIMP with the GIMP-GAP Bluebox script. I thought these were a good first try, and I hope to get better at this as I do more.

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    Not that I know anything about it, but they look pretty good for a first attempt. They don't look like they fit in that well, but the monster from the second picture is completely awesome haha :]
     
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    the lighting on the first one was all wrong, but that's gonna be hard to avoid putting indoor people on outdoor scenes...

    as to the second one, the character's super power is to turn her enemies into stuffed animals, so the giant stuffed domo-kun seemed like a good choice.
     

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