|Video-taping your ministry presentation in front of a "Green Screen, means any photo setting or video can be inserted behind your image on camera.
If for example, your devotion or sermon is about the Mount of Olives near Jerusalem, using a Green Screen, makes it possible to have an image or video of the Mt. of Olives behind you on camera.
Not only does it zap up the presentation with actual images of the location, but it saves big-time on travel and on not having to construct physical sets for the presentation. In addition, if you have visited Israel, you can Green Screen in some of your own photos as a backdrop.
There are expensive Green Screens and framing for them. However, if you are new to the Green Screen concept and want to experiment until you are comfortable with it, this video shows how to make one for $6.
When you pull up this YouTube video, there will be others too that show the fundamentals of Green Screen. Be sure to watch several about proper lighting for Green Screen. Enjoy. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4wySe_NqfEU
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