On Saturday, August 3, 2019, Maximus Clarke delivered a workshop at 3D-Con in Akron, Ohio, on using greenscreen technology for 3D photography and video. The workshop explored how stereoscopic photo and video projects can be creatively enhanced with skillful use of a greenscreen setup.
Clarke offered practical guidance on lighting, shooting, and editing 3D material in front of a greenscreen using widely available equipment and software. The workshop discussed the unique challenges of compositing foreground and background images in three dimensions, and included many behind-the-scenes images from Clarke’s own creative projects.
The 2019 edition of 3D-Con took place at the Hilton Akron/Fairlawn from July 30 to August 5. It featured numerous workshops and technology demonstrations, a trade show, an art gallery, and a variety of historical, scientific, and artistic presentations. 3D-Con is an annual event sponsored by the National Stereoscopic Association, a nonprofit organization that promotes the study, collection and use of stereo imagery.