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highway0691
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About to get involved with this genre of photography. Have done a search and can't really find a definitive good bit of advice about what software to use. So far have seen a good you tube demo on PHOTOKEY.

I know it's often suggested that Photoshop can do this, but as good??

Post #1, Mar 29, 2012 19:39:35


There is nothing worse than a sharp image of a fuzzy concept. Ansell Adams

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hello- try Darkroomsoftware.com
They have green screen technology built in and you can shoot wirelessly or tethered with any Canon camera. It even supports live view if you like that feature.

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Bambi72
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Also DLSR-Remoteexternal link, I am sure that does green screen

Post #3, Apr 30, 2012 17:35:19


Where did hate and intolerance get anyone.

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