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03/06/2009 11:59:03 AM · #1
Originally posted by Kelli:

green screen link

I just ordered this one.

Chose FedEx ground, so hopefully it'll arrive in a week or less.

THanks everyone!
03/06/2009 11:40:27 AM · #2
Slippy what ever you do. make sure it is wrinkle free material. I bought one once and it would get wrinkles in it just hanging on the stand. I have since replaced it with one that can lay at the bottom of a heap of clothes for weeks and not a wrinkle. expect to pay around 250-300 for a good quality. eta perhaps a tad cheaper depending on size. mine is 12x20 with stand it was $295 however the stand proved to be very crappy.

Message edited by author 2009-03-06 11:43:14.
03/06/2009 11:36:08 AM · #3
Did you consider a roll of paper? They make it in Chroma-Key and it's only $40-$50 roll. That way you can just tape it up on the wall, admittedly it's more fragile than an actual green screen, but it's disposable. Just a thought. Good luck!
03/06/2009 10:50:12 AM · #4
Originally posted by Kelli:

green screen link

That's pretty sweet. I wonder how much overnight FedEx would be. I'm going to check it out. Thanks!
03/06/2009 10:38:25 AM · #5
A ghetto DIY version
03/06/2009 09:18:47 AM · #6
Here's where I got mine - they have a large selection:
//www.skaeser.com/
03/06/2009 09:06:06 AM · #7
ebay
03/06/2009 09:04:26 AM · #8
green screen link
03/06/2009 09:03:18 AM · #9
I'm looking to buy.

At Henry's I found:
- 10x16' Muslin, $240
- Background stand, $240

Why is everything always so dang expensive?
03/06/2009 08:43:42 AM · #10
Film Plus

Henrys
03/06/2009 08:41:30 AM · #11
I have a larger muslin - about 12 x 20 - if you want to borrow it.
03/06/2009 08:28:55 AM · #12
I'm doing a shoot in a couple of weeks that I need to bring a green screen to. I'd like to find something that travels fairly compact, but I don't care how heavy it is.

There is a film & lighting equipment shop in Toronto I've been to, but I can't remember the dang name. I need to get it McQuick so I can get some practice in on it.

HELP SLIPPY!

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