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Starting January 9th, we opened the doors on our Patreon account. Patreon allows you to support indie artists, like us, on a regular basis. Support from Patrons like you helps to keep great indie film – like our award-winning A Perfect Circle or the ongoing transmedia sci-fi story Project Mammoth – coming your way regularly.

Aside from the awesomeness of being a patron, you get some pretty cool perks  – check it out:

Keep Me Posted: Official patron status. This means you’ll get access to our patron-only feed AND endless appreciation for joining the team.
$1 or more per month

Sneak Peek: You’ll see our work before anyone else – gaining early access to content, including early release videos, plus all previous rewards.
$5 or more per month

Live Feed: Every month, we will have a patron-only live stream just for you, plus all previous rewards.
$10 or more per month

Sign Me Up: You’ll receive a monthly autographed item from an iNHale Film production, plus all previous rewards.
$20 or more per month

All Access: Not only will you get a monthly email from the owener of iNHale Film Productions (me), but you will also recieve a personal call to thank you (one time only), plus all previous rewards.
$100 or more per month

Our first monthly goal for is $120 per month which will help with feeding the cast and crew of Project Mammoth: Awakening during filming this month. They’re pretty awesome people, and food keeps them that way. Become a real patron of the arts for as little as $1 a month by supporting iNHale Film Productions on Patreon!

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Green Screen Tips & Tricks: Incorporating keyed footage

As a little break between green screen how-to’s, I thought I’d share a couple films I created that give you an idea of ways in which you can incorporate green screen footage. The first, Come Play With Me,  won a Silver Remi at the 2015 Worldfest Houston International Film Festival.

The green screen footage was employed to allow the character to be shrunk on screen and be placed over a series of stop-motion stills. This entire film was written, shot and edited all within the course of a couple days, and almost entirely by myself. The green screening was accomplished in the same small living room that is pictured in the film. I point this out to show you what can be accomplished with limited time and resources. All it takes is a little know how and drive.

This second short film, A Perfect Circle, was created as part of the 2015 Zone Film Race. Teams are given a line of dialogue, a character and 7 days to creat a short sci-fi film. My entry, again created with just a few people, took 4th place overall and won Best Costumes and Best Visual FX.

This film uses almost entirely green screened footage. The composited backgrounds were all created in 3D during the 7 days of film making by myself and three other 3d artists. While creating your entire environment can be somewhat time consuming, it gives you the ability to match all your camera shots perfectly to your footage, as well as your lighting. Not to mention, it makes location scouting and set building a breeze!