The idea is to blend two images, one of themselves photographed with a green background (in our TV studio, which has green walls for this very purpose) and then an image they find with the theme of "Where I Want To Be." This can be anything and everything, from dream jobs and vacations to celebrity encounters and other life magic moments.
As a demonstration, to show how this process can be done in Adobe Premiere Pro, I took these two images and blended them together, then adding some words. I recently completed my third book, so this creation is something I can truly use on my website/blog and for other promotional purposes.
Also, you don't want any part of the image you want to not have the green background in it. There are properties of the colors green and blue that make the chromakey layering possible.
This is the final image. Premiere Pro allows for resizing and moving the inserted image.
I also processed this image in Adobe Photoshop to sharpen it increase the size to 300 dots per inch (dpi) should I want to submit to a newspaper or magazine. Fewer dpi can result in blurry pixelation of images in print formats.
Next, I will share some of my students' green screen creations!
Victaveus Douglas from his blog, Big Vick News
Malik Jeter from his blog, Jettin' With Jeter
Sterling Jones from his blog, 187&Bark
Catch Up With Shantel
Up Up And Away With Hughes Media
The HGV Media
Trendon Howard gives us a "Hoah" shoutout with his composition created in April 2018.