I have watched with envy as other bloggers and photographers do amazing things with their green screen photos.
Previously, I have avoided green screens like the plague, because I could never seem to get my background eraser tool in Photoshop to work as it was supposed to.
Green screen can be an especial nightmare when you have wispy/alpha’ed hair strands.
Enter the following tutorial by Daeberethwen Arbenlow: Removing Green Screen Backgrounds in Photoshop. I watched the video, hoping against hope it would somehow be different than the other videos I had watched.
After watching it, I immediately sat down at my computer to give it a try.
I don’t know if I somehow had my settings screwed up (the sampling and a few other settings mentioned in the video) or if I just have more experience with Photoshop now, but whatever the reason – it worked!
Not perfectly, because I had hair strands that still had a bit of green, but I tried adjusting the hue/saturation and it worked.
If you’ve ever struggled with removing a green screen, give this tutorial a try.
I now have yet another tool in my Photoshop skills box. 😀