Green screen adventures
“green screen adventures” end credits (2011)
Green Screen Adventures debuted in 2007 as a children’s television series. The series was created for local broadcast on Chicago’s WCIU-TV (Channel 26), Weigel Broadcasting’s flagship station, and is planned to fulfill the FCC’s educational and information programming criteria while also being produced locally in Chicago. However, the show now airs nationally on Weigel’s MeTV digital subchannel network, as well as on This TV from October 2008 to 2013, when Weigel owned the network.
Green Screen Adventures uses sketch comedy, story theatre, game shows, original songs, puppetry, and more to tell stories and draw pictures by students in grades one through eight. Since their inception in 2007, they have featured nearly 1,000 stories submitted by elementary school children.
Short stories, school papers, poems, essays, basic academic questions, and artwork from students in first through eighth grades are included in the show. If the concept is included throughout the series, a parent or guardian must sign a standard release form.
Green screen adventures opening theme song 2013
I wrote about my tests of Green Screen extraction plugins for Photoshop about a month ago, but then I hit a creative wall and didn’t do anything else. Key36, a peculiar method that appears to combine acts that run in Photoshop with some on-line power, was my option at the time. They have both online extraction (where you upload the file to their servers) and Photoshop action, and their payment mechanism is also very special – you purchase a series of extractions, which are only used one by one when you use their platform. They offer a rather generous trial period (25 extractions in a month) that is completely free of watermarks and other restrictions. They kindly extended my month period for another month after I ran out of my month period before I fully finished testing. So this article will cover how I’ve been using it and what tips I’ve learned for having the best extraction with the least amount of effort. I was astounded by how well it extracts hair from the background, as I previously stated: In Photoshop, a close-up of hair extracted from a green screen background. The hair is completely segregated, and even the fuzzy hair on my neck is free of any green contamination – this without using Photoshop other than to run the Key36 script and approve the result.
I love my job: green screen adventures
Green Screen Adventures (GSA) is a literacy-focused educational children’s television series. GSA inspires passion for writing through age-appropriate sketch comedy, original songs, puppetry, and story theatre, both of which use satire as a powerful learning tool. Children learn that their words have strength and that their voices are understood by basing the stories on the writing of grade school students aged 7 to 13.
Since its inception in 2007, GSA has created 165 half-hour episodes featuring nearly 1,000 elementary school students’ stories. GSA offers students a real-world link to their writing, which is something that educators can’t always provide or duplicate in the classroom. By sending their own writing to the show for review and adaptation, young students will gain a better understanding of the effect of writing on a larger audience.
Green screen adventures!
Green Screen Adventures uses sketch comedy, story theatre, game shows, original songs, puppetry, and more to tell stories and draw pictures by students in second through eighth grades. Since their inception in 2007, they have featured nearly 1,000 stories submitted by elementary school children.
Short stories, school reports, poetry, essays, basic academic questions, and artwork from students in the Chicago Public Schools and other Chicago area schools between the second and eighth grades are featured in the show. If the concept is included throughout the series, a parent or guardian must sign a standard release form.
Following that, the program’s writers and actors produce a short teleplay that is played out with minimal sets, costumes, and a chroma key background using these submissions (the titlular green screen of the series.) The actors bring the student’s story to life as the green screen transforms into the story’s or subject’s world. Their children’s original artwork is also shown on the Green Screen.