Yes, you can use a green screen with different shades and remove the background. This is known as chroma keying or green screen keying, a technique used to replace a solid color background with a different background or image.
To do this, you need to have a green screen background, which can be either a physical green screen or a digitally generated green screen. The most common color used for this is green, but other solid colors can also be used, such as blue.
Here are the steps to remove the background using a green screen:
Set up your green screen background in a well-lit area. Make sure there are no wrinkles or shadows on the green screen.
Position your subject in front of the green screen, making sure there is enough distance between them and the background.
Record or take a photo of your subject.
Use a video or image editing software that supports chroma keying to remove the green screen background.
Choose the green color range you want to remove and adjust the settings until the background is completely transparent.
Add the new background or image you want to use behind your subject.
Adjust the position and scale of your subject to fit the new background.
- “What is Green Screen?” Wistia. https://wistia.com/learn/production/green-screen
- “Chroma Keying.” Techopedia. https://www.techopedia.com/definition/24860/chroma-keying