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In this tutorial, I show you how to remove a green screen in Photoshop using in two scenarios.
1. Where the green screen has been lit perfectly.
2. Where the green screen hasn’t been lit so well – the more realistic way!
We’ll be looking at how to use different selection methods in Photoshop such as:
• Using the new select and mask future
• Selecting a colour range
• Adding different colours and tones of colours to a selection
• Expanding and feathering a selection
It can be difficult to remove a green screen from a background in photoshop, especially when the green screen wasn’t lit properly, but there are ways around and hopefully this tutorial will help you out.
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