The Airbrush Editor has special knowledge about the green screen image it is working on making it the most powerful green screen photo system in the world.
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San Diego, California (PRWEB) November 09, 2011
Green Screen Wizard's Chroma Key Photo Software, used by over 10,000 photographers, creates stunning images by automatically combining an image shot on a green screen with any background the user chooses. The green screen algorithm must replace green where necessary and change the color and transparency of items that have been tinted by the green background. All green screen software has to make assumptions about the image and have difficulty dealing with any green the subject might have in the image. While some systems provide limited masking of green areas, Green Screen Wizard has introduced the Airbrush Editor. The Airbrush Editor has special knowledge about the green screen image it is working on making it the most powerful green screen photo system in the world. The editor allows you to erase and restore areas on the green screen image but more importantly it will let you specify the exact color that the algorithm is trying to extract. This leads to amazing hair detail and cloth transparency. The editor also supplies "Brushes" that do normal editing and softening of images so portrait and fashion photographers need only one tool to process their photos.
About GreenScreenWizard LLC
GreenScreen Wizard LLC is owned by Ken Colby and his wife. Ken is a professional software developer that has created software that has generated well over $500,000,000. His early work, Tell-A-Graf, was an industry standard in the main frame graphics community. Later in his career he was the vice president of development for InterVU, a company that sold for over 2 billion dollars. Financially secure, he started to devote more time to his passion, photography. Frustrated by the poor quality and high cost of the existing green screen solutions, he started a three year project to develop the product we have today; Green Screen Wizard. Today Ken continues to add features and port the software to different platforms. He recently review 54,000 photos he has taken over the last five years to create digital background collections. Six were released this year with many more to come next year.
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