How can i make a force ghost effect?
Do you mean this? https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SeZ7Cidl-00
If not, steer us in the right direction- give examples (image/video)!
This is Perfect. I had an idea to have the actor standing at a wall, then a separate shot of just the wall, and put the actors shot on lower opacity, and add a blue glow to him, and add a miniscule false camera shake, to add to the effect that someone is holding the camera. Would that work?
@TheFloosh I believe any solid color well lit empty wall can be keyed out, but what you describe would probably work as well since the wall in the actor shot at lower opacity will blend with the wall in the clean plate of the wall. You will, however, have problems with the glow effect and others wanting to apply to those faded wall remnants though which is why separating the actor with masking or keying is important.
Ok, I’ll keep that in mind. Thank you
I actually made a ghost effect before without using a green/blue screen, but it has to be done on a locked off shot I filmed a clean plate, than myself walking than put the footage of myself walking over top the clean plate and dropped the opacity down to about 15 to 20% and boom see through ghost. I'm sure you could add a glow effect I've never tried it.
@adamsfilms12 without keying or masking, no, the glow won't work correctly at all. SOMETHING has to define the edge of the actor for a glow to match that shape, and that's masking or keying.
@Triem23 ahh I see I haven't really used the glow effect just yet, only played around with the ghost effect haha