Green Screen Tips

Here are some easy "Tips and Tricks" for using Green Screen by Do Ink in your next Project

Inexpensive Floral Foam to store green screen "props" + holding dowels for painting

Inexpensive Floral Foam to store green screen "props" + holding dowels for painting

Velcro dots on wooden dowels or Starbucks straws work great for holding character "props".

Velcro dots on wooden dowels or Starbucks straws work great for holding character "props".

Trifold Display Boards are self standing, fold up, 3 sizes. Some even pre-painted green.

Trifold Display Boards are self standing, fold up, 3 sizes. Some even pre-painted green.

Painted pizza boxes are great for mini green screens and for storing green screen "props."

Painted pizza boxes are great for mini green screens and for storing green screen "props."

Shoot your subject 6 to 10 feet from your Green Screen to avoid casting a shadow spillage.

Shoot your subject 6 to 10 feet from your Green Screen to avoid casting a shadow spillage.

Common hand puppets and Green Screen can be great learning partners in the Classroom.

Common hand puppets and Green Screen can be great learning partners in the Classroom.

Coloring books provide great movie "props." Mount art on cardboard or folder to strengthen.

Coloring books provide great movie "props." Mount art on cardboard or folder to strengthen.

Spray paint is a fast & easy way to "go green".

Spray paint is a fast & easy way to "go green".

Staples green 3 tab file folders can be used as mini Green Screens

Staples green 3 tab file folders can be used as mini Green Screens

Colored foam boards can be used as Green Screens. Try using blue when props and clothing in your scene are green.

Colored foam boards can be used as Green Screens. Try using blue when props and clothing in your scene are green.

Themed Scrapbooking "props" are great for storytelling. Mount on green straws or dowels.

Themed Scrapbooking "props" are great for storytelling. Mount on green straws or dowels.