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19/03/2021
 | INNOVATION, LOCATIONS

After the newly launched Green Screen and for GoLive project, at Superstudio Più there's a “theater” on the way, created with an even more performing Ledwall which makes all kinds of events and production in favor of phygital communication possible. The new Superstudio Maxi is also getting ready with a Green Screen and a digital and television “theater” even larger and interacting with each other in real time. Superstudio's r/evolution continues...

As Incredible as it may seem, cinematic special effects have been experimented since the early 1900s through a double shot that can add spectacular backgrounds and performances in a seemingly normal scene. One hundred years later, with digital advent, the ability to recreate virtual worlds in which real people move has become a professional choice of photographers and directors...

24/02/2021
 | PHOTOGRAPHY

Incredible as it may seem, it is since the early 1900s that special cinematic effects have been experimented through a double film shooting that can add spectacular backgrounds and sudden appearances in a seemingly normal scene. A hundred years later, with the advent of digital, the possibility of recreating virtual worlds in which real people move has become a professional choice increasingly accessible of photographers and movie directors thanks to the green backdrops whose official name is Chroma Key. Over more than a century the technique has been so perfected that it has allowed the creation of fantasy or epic masterpieces with incredible scenarios. Photography has also appropriated it for more commercial purposes and these days a green screen (color that allows you to insert the desired backgrounds in post-production) is often the solution when traveling to suggestive places is as impossible as it is now. A Chroma Key and a powerful computer and every fantasy becomes possible.

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