Quick Tips - Check this page out for some advise on basic green screen set up, camera setttings, etc..
A tutorial showing how to install Easy Green Screen.
This video covers the basic features of the Easy Green Screen Photoshop Filter. If you have never used EGS before then make sure to watch this video first!
This video covers the basic features of the Easy Green Screen Pro version.
This tutorial shows two different methods for placing your extracted image into a new background image.
This video shows several methods to touch up an extraction if part of the foreground is removed.
This tutorial shows how to batch process with EGS.
Basically, you just need to record an action using the filter. The action can then be batch processed using Image Processor.
This tutorial shows how to balance the lighting between the background and foreground using Image Balancer. This filter is available at DMphotoSoftware.com.
How to use the manual spill corrction layer which is created by EGS Pro. This method make it very simple to just "paint on" spill correction.
Sometimes green refections can be problematic. For the example in this image, the reflection on the head phones cause them to be almost pure green. This tutorial shows how to deal with tough green spill using dual mask in EGS and then dodging the mask in Photoshop (much easier than it sounds).
This tutorial shows how to set your own custom default settings in the Pro version.
This video shows how to use the spill correction bandwidth settings and spill mask to compensate for when the spill correction changes the color of clothing. This is really simple to correct for in most cases.
This video show how to remove a blue screen when the subject is wearing blue jeans
This is an advanced tutorial that goes over replacing a blue sky and blending the beach from one image into another.