Green Screen Capabilities
 

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Keying for narrative

Green-screening, or keying, is the process of removing a background color from an image in order to replace its background. Joyride has extensive experience with keying, especially as it relates to narrative work. The music video Joyride produced for Deep Ends, "Splash!" is shot entirely on green-screen and features extensive match moving and 3D replacement. 

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Keying for art

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While keying serves as an effective way to serve storytelling needs it's also a creative and artistic tool, many set ups are simply impossible without keying. In the example here, Joyride produced Rico Nasty's "Popstar" music video exclusively on green-screen. The video featured a distinct 90s-punk inspiration that came alive in post-production.

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Credits

Starring

Jaye Flore

Featuring

Veronica Fike

Shot in

San Francisco, California

Directed By

Jason Carman

Produced By

Jaye Flore

Jason Carman

Lighting Assistance

Niko Menicou

Photography

Niko Menicou

Post Production by

Joyride Studios Inc

Special Thanks

Veronica Fike

David S

Milo

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Keying for scheduling

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Joyride commonly uses keying in order to make shooting schedules line up with A-list talent. In the example seen here, Machine Gun Kelly and Jake Paul were unable to be in Cleveland to shoot a campaign Joyride worked on for NBA All Star 2022. As a result Joyride produced over 10 minutes of keying to immerse Machine Gun Kelly and Jake Paul in Cleveland. Not only did this save time and money but it allowed Kelly and Paul to be in the spot when they would have otherwise been unable.