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Looks pretty decent. If you don't have Photoshop skills, the $20 price could save a lot of time and trouble.
I dont know why someone doesnt create real sets for use in chroma. These things have cheese written all over them IMHO.
Yes, you would think that there are some real sets that you could just photograph and then fix up the screens to make them easy to use.
I prefer motion backgrounds, or natural backgrounds, so I would never spend the $20.
I agree. A video background would be much more realistic.
Hey there's a nice opportunity for stock footage,
newsroom backgrounds, sports stadium (crowd), traffic...
Can you think of more?
Maybe we can upload them all to Stevens' site ;-)
I have the bandwidth if anyone has any really good ones, sure, why not?
> They have news-style, religious and other stuff as well.
Is that the presidential seal?
To anyone who wonders why you would pay money for an item when it's been shown here that people are willing to do it for free, I recommend this article.
Better Than Free | Kevin Kelly
It's hardly exhaustive, but it's a good article for anyone creating digital, i,e, copyable, content.
Check on various stock footage sites. Nowadays prices are low. I just recently purchase from mozion drops and their textures are amazing, here is the link: http://www.motiondrops.com
Hope this helps
I think these sets look cheap and nasty and definateley cheese..
I think the digital juice stuff is ok.. But I agree with most of you that creating your own is always the best option..