The unique characteristic of chroma key green is that specific tone is
rarely found in clothing and flesh tones; therefore it is easy to "key-out"
the extreme-bright-lime-green with video editing software. A gallon of Rosco
video chroma key green paint is around $80

A slightly cheaper alternative to get started with chroma keying is to buy
a large canvas of chroma key green fabric
but wrinkles create shadows that are difficult to key out. You could try
taking the cloth to a paint store to see if they can custom mix a match,
but I'm not sure it would work as well.


On Wed, May 3, 2017 at 1:37 PM, Erica Zimmer <[log in to unmask]> wrote:

> We are looking to turn a room into our green screen room and we would like
> to paint the walls instead of using the cloth as it provides more
> flexibility.  I know there is special green screen paint you can buy, but
> it's expensive, and so I am wondering if I could just use a basic flat
> finish latex paint in that color.  Does anyone have any experience with
> this?
> Thanks!
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