Using dynamic green screen technology and digital software, a simple photograph taken against a green screen cloth can be dropped into a locale or landmark from anywhere around the world. Green Screen Software Kit makes such photographic wizardry a snap with easy-to-use Green Screen Wizard software, it features 720 digital backgrounds. It can be used with any green screen backdrop. It is a great introduction to chroma key technology.
Reviewed by 2 customers
I use this to put in whatever background I desire after a photo shoot. Although been into photography for 45+ years, still new to Digital. I have used chromakey when I did video (20+ years ago)using a video mixer. Its great for special effects and replacing backgrounds. Although layering (using Photoshop or Elements) would be better, this is great until I learn those programs better. Before I got this program I bought another one online. With the other one, was hard to learn, the included background files were way too small and no tutorial to help also you need to use Lightroom to correct for shadows and wrinkles in the background. With Green Screen Wizard you can use it as a standalone program. It will remove shadows, unwanted reflections (from the screen on the subject). It has a great tutorial available for free online. The included background files are large enough to use with modern files without pixelating. My only complaint is that you can only use green or blue as your background colors. I would also like to be able to use red for some special projects. My mixer has this ability but because it is for use with analog video I can not use it for modern still photos. Not being able to use red should not be a problem for 95% to 99% of the photographer wanting to use this program. This is one reason why I gave it only four stars instead to five. This is a great program and I highly recommend it for anyone new to post-production digial editing or people not wanting to invest in the more expenive program (like Photoshop). Really is not for more advanced users that know how to use layering techniques.
I think I am going to like this when I start taking more portraits.